Archaeology, Society and Identity in Modern Japan
- Publication date:July 2006
- Dimensions: 247 x 174 mm
- Weight: 0.591kg
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This illuminating 2006 study examines the role of archaeology in the formation of the modern Japanese nation and the ways archaeological practice is shaped by national discourse. Exploring the close interrelationship between archaeology, society and modernity, it helps explain why we do archaeology in the way that we do.