Issue 53 (2019): Environmental Archaeology - Theory and Practice: Looking Back, Moving Forwards

Edited by Benjamin Gearey, Suzi Richer, Seren Griffiths and Michelle Farrell

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Theme proposal received: April 2016; Accepted: October 2018; Published: June 2019

Editorial: “I didn't know you were into that sort of thing?!”: Or Theoretical Confessions of an Environmental Archaeologist
Benjamin Gearey

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Editorial: Humming with cross-fire and short on cover
Seren Griffiths

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Environmental Archaeology, Progress and Challenges
Andy J. Howard

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Archaeology has no Relevance
Suzi Richer, Daryl Stump, Robert Marchant

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Wildness: Conceptualising the wild in contemporary environmental archaeology
Andrew Hoaen

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Commercial Environmental Archaeology: are we back in the dark ages or is environmental archaeology a potential agent of change?
Elizabeth Pearson

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Pinned Down in the Trenches? Revisiting environmental archaeology
Terry O'Connor

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Beyond Extractive Practice: Bioarchaeology, Geoarchaeology and Human Palaeoecology for the People
Matt Law

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Agendas for Archaeobotany in the 21st Century: data, dissemination and new directions
Lisa Lodwick

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Semantics of the Sea — Stories and Science along the Celtic Seaboard
Erin Kavanagh and Martin Bates

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Afterword: Environmental Archaeology - connection and communication
Suzi Richer

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