Archaeology in Antarctica: Nineteenth-Century Capitalism Expansion Strategies

@article{Zarankin2005ArchaeologyIA,
  title={Archaeology in Antarctica: Nineteenth-Century Capitalism Expansion Strategies},
  author={Andr{\'e}s Zarankin and Maria Ximena Senatore},
  journal={International Journal of Historical Archaeology},
  year={2005},
  volume={9},
  pages={43-56}
}
Antarctica was the last continent to be discovered in the early nineteenth century. In order to become acquainted with the process of incorporation of Antarctica to the scope of the capitalist system we have focused on particularity: i.e., specific economic and technological and ideological aspects of everyday life in sealer camps spread along the coastline of the South Shetland Islands. Archaeological research in Byers Peninsula–Livingston Island provides an approach to the mechanisms… 

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