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Post-modernism, rhetoric and scholasticism at TAG: the current state of British archaeological theory

  • John Bintliff (a1)

We reported last year on the course of TAG (Theoretical Archaeology Group) and its annual conferences over several years. This further report reads the meaning of the post-modernist agenda which dominated the most recent TAG conference.

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