LAC 2014 Proceedings

Contributors:
  1. Gert-Jan Burgers
  2. Sjoerd Kluiving
  3. Jeremia Pelgrom
  4. Corine Tetteroo
  5. Malena McGrath
  6. Rita Hermans

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Description: Landscape archaeology is a rapidly expanding field of research that is covered by scholars from an increasing number of disciplines, such as archaeology, earth sciences, historical geography, ecology and anthropology. In order to stimulate international debate and exchange of research experiences and theoretical ideas between these disciplines, in January 2010 it was decided to start a series conferences at two years intervals. The 3rd International Landscape Archaeology Conference took place 17th – 20th of September 2014 at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome (KNIR) and the Swedish Institute was organized by CLUE+, the research institute for Culture, Cognition, History and Heritage of the VU University Amsterdam'.These proceedings are published under the auspices of CLUE+.

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Multi-, inter- and transdisciplinary research in Landscape Archaeology Landscape archaeology is a rapidly expanding field of research that is covered by scholars from an increasing number of disciplines, such as archaeology, earth sciences, historical geography, ecology and anthropology. In order to stimulate international debate and exchange of research experiences and theoretical ideas between ...

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