Paradigms in Sudan archaeology

Trigger, Bruce G.
June 1994
International Journal of African Historical Studies;1994, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p323
Academic Journal
Relates the archaeology of the Sudan to the Egyptian Nubia to a series of interpretive paradigms that have characterized the development of archaeology in Western Europe and North America. Internal and external factors that influenced cultural change; Colonial archaeology; Post-colonial archaeology; Changes in archaeology in the 1980s.


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