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European Archaeology: Identities & Migrations


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Introduction : Jean-Paul Demoule, un intellectuel... au-dela de l'archeologie europeenne / Jean-Paul Demoule, an intellectual scholar... beyond European archaeology Anick Coudart, Laurence Manolakakis& Nanthan Schlanger Bibliographie de Jean-Paul Demoule Part 1 : La pratique de l'archeologie - Perspectives contemporaine et historique / Archaeology in Practice - Historical and Contemporary Perspectives It is all a question of discipline ... Sander van der Leeuw Reflections on a 1992 tour of the "New East Europe" Ruth Tringham Collective Representations and Identity Construction: The Material Constraints of Archaeology Marc-Antoine Kaeser Culture and Collective Identity Construction Anick Coudart Le postmodernisme en archeologie : vingt-cinq ans d'une aporie paralysante Patrice Brun De l'Empire a la Nation, de la Nation aux regions. Sur la construction et les evolutions du patrimoine et de l'archeologie preventive au Japon Laurent Nespoulous Les ruines comme instrument de renouveau dans l'Europe de la pre-Renaissance Alain Schnapp La main, ses doigts... Ce qu'ils fabriquent dans la disruption et au-dela Bernard Stiegler Dire l'archeologie en europeen: vers une terminologie comparative. Nathan Schlanger Archeologie du merveilleux : la fouille d'un conte de fee (Peau d'ane, J. Demy 1970) Olivier Weller Part 2 : La multiplicite de l'emergence europeenne / The many forms of European Emergence Quand le front neolithique passait par Dikili Tash et Kovacevo : une vision geo-archeologique de la neolithisation des Balkans meridionaux Jean-Francois Berger Des migrations, oui, mais point trop n'en faut ! Catherine Perles Kovacevo et ses femmes : representations et symboles Marion Lichardus-Itten The Durankulak cemetery - Signs of changing gender John Chapman On the South and Southwest boundaries of the Varna Culture Vladimir Slavchev So long blades... Materiality and Symbolism in the Bulgarian Copper Age Laurence Manolakakis The Europe of Jade: from the Alps to the Black Sea Pierre Petrequin, Serge Cassen, Michel Errera, Alison Sheridan, Tsoni Tsonev, Senica Turcanu& Valentina Voinea Only large-scale archaeological excavations to understand the past... Ivan Pavlu, Petr Kvetina& Radka Sumberova Modelisation, simulation et scenarios d'experimentation : la colonisation neolithique de l'Europe temperee (5550-4950 av.n.e.) Jerome Dubouloz& Jean-Pierre Bocquet-Appel Ni anges ni demons : de la violence chez les premiers agriculteurs de l'Europe nord-occidentale Vincent Blouet The representation of violence in the rock art of the Sahara and the Spanish Levant Roberto Risch& Harald Meller Les murs de l'Atlantique : aux origines du phenomene megalithique dans l'Ouest de la France Gregor Marchand Semiologie du pouvoir. Dominants chalcolithiques de l'Europe du Sud Jean Guilaine Part 3 - Mythes et realite a propos des Indo-Europeens / Myth and reality around the Indo-Europeans Enduring conundrum. Indo European relationships Colin Renfrew Origins of Indo-Europeans and archaeology Lev Samuilovich Klejn Genetics, migrations and language dispersals: re-theorizing mobility and the formation of culture and language among the Corded Ware Cultures in Europe Kristian Kristiansen The passion for origins between language and nation Maurice Olender (translated by Charles Penwarden)

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"Laurence Manolakakis is a researcher at the CNRS, and director of the laboratory "Trajectoires" (CNRS/Paris 1-Pantheon-Sorbonne University). A specialist of lithic technology and resource procurement from the Neolithic and Chalcolithic periods in Europe, in both the Balkans and in Northern France, her research interests include funerary assemblages, territories and socio-economic organisation. Her main publications on the Balkan Copper Age are: Les industries lithiques eneolithiques de Bulgarie (2005), Open-cast flint mining, long blades production and long-distance exchange: an example from Bulgaria (2008), Le mobilier en silex taille des tombes de Varna I (2008), A flint deposit, a tell and a shaft: a lithic production complex at Ravno 3-Kamenovo? (Early Chalcolithic, North-East Bulgaria) (2011)." "Nathan Schlanger is professor of archaeology at the Ecole nationale des chartes, Paris. His research interests include prehistoric archaeology, material culture studies, archaeological heritage management, and the history and politics of archaeology. Among his recent publications: Marcel Mauss. Techniques, technologie et civilization (ed. 2012), European Archaeology Abroad. Global Settings, Comparative Perspectives (ed. 2013), Year 5 at Fukushima. A 'disaster-led' archaeology of the contemporary future (2016) and Back in business. History and evolution at the new Musee de l'Homme (2016). He has worked at the Institut national d'histoire de l'art (INHA, Paris), the Institut national de recherches archeologiques preventives (INRAP) and the Ecole du Louvre, and is now professor of archaeology at the Ecole nationale des chartes, Paris." "Anick Coudart is Research Professor at Arizona State University, and formerly Directeur de recherche at the CNRS. She was the co-founder and long-time editor-in-chief of the professional journal Les Nouvelles de l'Archeologie. A specialist in European Neolithic, ethno-archaeology and material culture, she has co-directed during 25 years a large archaeological rescue project (from Neolithic to Iron Age) in the Aisne Valley, France. She has also developed research in Papua New-Guinea on traditional dwellings and material culture, highlighting the relationship between dwelling diversity and temporal rhythms of change. An avid photographer, she has produced a very large documentation on traditional techniques and material culture around the world. Among her main publications: L'Archeologie de la France rurale de la prehistoire aux temps modernes (ed. 1987), Architecture et societe neolithique. L'uniformite et la variance de la maison danubienne (1998), Habitat et societe (ed. 1999), Archeologie et societe. Construction(s) de l'archeologie (ed. 2008), "The reconstruction of the Danubian Neolithic house and the scientific importance of architectural studies" (2013), "The Bandkeramik longhouses. A Material, Social, and Mental Metaphor for Small-Scale Sedentary Societies" (2015), "Longtemps durant... le Genre ne fut pas un genre francais sinon qu'il etait du genre masculin... E pur si muove" (2015)."

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