By Cristiana Barreto (auth.), Cristóbal Gnecco, Carl Langebaek (eds.)
The papers during this booklet query the tyranny of typological considering in archaeology via case stories from a variety of South American international locations (Venezuela, Colombia, Bolivia, Argentina, and Brazil) and Antarctica. they target to teach that typologies are unavoidable (they are, finally, tips to create networks that supply meanings to symbols) yet that their tyranny will be conquer in the event that they are used from a serious, heuristic and non-prescriptive stance: severe as the complacent perspective in the direction of their tyranny is changed via a militant stance opposed to it; heuristic simply because they're used as capacity to arrive substitute and suggestive interpretations yet now not as final and yes destinies; and non-prescriptive simply because rather than utilizing them as threads to stick to they're particularly used as constitutive elements of extra advanced and connective materials. The papers incorporated within the ebook are assorted in temporal and locational phrases. They disguise from so referred to as Formative societies in lowland Venezuela to Inca-related ones in Bolivia; from the coastal shell middens of Brazil to the megalithic sculptors of SW Colombia. but, the papers are similar. they've got in universal their shared rejection of verified, naturalized typologies that constrain the way in which archaeologists see, forcing their interpretations into renowned and predictable conclusions. Their resourceful interpretative proposals flee from the safe convenience of venerable typologies, many suspicious due to their organization with colonial political narratives. as an alternative, the authors suggest novel methods of facing archaeological data.
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Against Typological Tyranny in Archaeology: A South American Perspective by Cristiana Barreto (auth.), Cristóbal Gnecco, Carl Langebaek (eds.)