Memory, Myth and Long-Term Landscape Inhabitation.pdf

Memory, Myth and Long-Term Landscape Inhabitation

Memory and forgetting are fundamental to human existence and experiences of the world. Within archaeology, there has been increasing interest in the role of the past in the past. To date, however, there has been little specific discussion of how such long-term persistence of place and practice was possible

University of Nebraska - Lincoln [email protected] ... Collective Memory of the Prehistoric Past and the Archaeological Landscape Cynthia J. Wiley Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Anthropology Commons Wiley, Cynthia J., "Collective Memory of the Prehistoric Past and the Archaeological Landscape" (2008). Nebraska Anthropologist. 43.

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