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Revisiting reflexive archaeology at Çatalhöyük: integrating digital and 3D technologies at the trowel's edge
Abstract Excavations at Çatalhöyük have been ongoing for over 20 years and have involved multi-national teams, a diverse range of archaeological specialists and a vast archive of records. The task ofExpand
Reasons for Redundancy in Reflexivity: The Role of Diaries in Archaeological Epistemology
Abstract Archaeological research projects employ a diverse body of recording strategies to preserve detailed information about material evidence of the past. One of the most persisting and commonExpand
We wanted to take real information: public engagement and regional survey at Petra, Jordan
Abstract Since 2010 the Brown University Petra Archaeological Project (BUPAP) has been conducting a diachronic regional survey of the landscape north of Petra. In 2013 the authors conductedExpand
Tracing Teams, Texts, and Topics: Applying Social Network Analysis to Understand Archaeological Knowledge Production at Çatalhöyük
Social network analysis (SNA) is an analytical technique rapidly gaining popularity within archaeology for its applicability to a wide variety of issues relating to past communities. Expand
Excavation, Narration, and the Wild Man: Montage and Linearity in Representing Archaeology
Summary This article contrasts the way that archaeologists discuss the practice and experience of archaeology with each other to the way archaeology is represented to nonspecialist public audiences.Expand
Ethnography, Engagement, Evaluations, and Endings
Since the 1990s, the Çatalhöyük Research Project has made community engagement a central part of its research methodology. With the ending of the project, it is essential to review the achievementsExpand
Essential Excavation Experts: Alienation and Agency in the History of Archaeological Labor
Nineteenth-century archaeologists working in the Middle East managed local labor in ways that reflect capitalist labor management models. These archaeologists’ memoirs reveal both the similarities inExpand