The Society Bundle

Receive 3 issues of the Archaeological Review from Cambridge for just £25!

These issues address how society is studied in archaeology and how it perceives itself. Engaging with such thematic concepts of harder to trace but nevertheless important links that hold society together, from humour to trade, articles address how we locate and evaluate these linkages. This bundle represents a broad range of articles, from locating “jokes” within the past, to critical perspectives in phenomenology, to evidence of cross cultural interaction both genetically and through material culture. Throughout these issues is the concept that society are networks rather than bubbles; evaluating the structure of the threads and how these threads are woven is critical to understanding how society holds itself together.

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Issues Included:

11.2 Digging for a Laugh
15.1 The Archaeology of Perception and the Senses
29.1 Social Network Perspectives in Archaeology

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