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Negotiating the Past in the Past: Identity, Memory, and Landscape in Archaeological Research


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Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that all history becomes subjective, that, in fact, properly there is no history, only biography. Today, Emersons observation is hardly revolutionary for archaeologists; it has become conventional wisdom that the present is a battleground where interpretations of the events and meanings of the past are constantly being disputed. What were the major events? Whose lives did these events impact, and how? Who were the key players? What was their legacy? We know all too well that the answers to ...