Experiencing the past? The development of a phenomenological archaeology in British prehistory

@article{Bruck2005ExperiencingTP,
  title={Experiencing the past? The development of a phenomenological archaeology in British prehistory},
  author={Joanna Bruck},
  journal={Archaeological Dialogues},
  year={2005},
  volume={12},
  pages={45-72}
}
In recent years the development of a phenomenological archaeology has provoked considerable discussion within the discipline, particularly within British prehistory. This paper provides a review of this challenging body of research, outlining its problems and potentials and setting it within its broader disciplinary context. Phenomenology has been used to great effect to critique the Cartesian rationalism inherent in traditional archaeological approaches, encouraging imaginative and valuable… Expand

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