Sun, sea, sand ... or, more realistically, rain, damp trenches, mud ... and a book. Summer fieldwork is looming fast and what better companion to take with you than a sound archaeological tome. Impress your friends with little known literary works or texts that change your life ! Find out what graduates everywhere should be reading according to the experts; Roberta Gilchrist, Charles Orser and Randy McGuire all reveal their five favourite books for us.
In this issue, we present an interview with Mike Parker Pearson (almost) unabridged! We laughed, we cried, we drank a lot of beer, but here is the birth of post-processualism described in a way that you'll not find in any text book! How many pints did we have? Did Judith ever buy those beers? The answers lie within...
We ask two more hard-working academics some in-depth questions to find out what lies at the heart of the archaeological psyche and dare you find out?!! What would you most like to dig ? Who/what is your fieldwork fantasy? Food, friends and pocket contents are revealed by Phil Freeman and Jane Downes in exclusive and intimate detail. Click here if you feel the need to know more!
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