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HARN workshop

June 17, 2013

To & Fro

Correspondence in the History of  Archaeology and Antiquarianism

 Dreyfus Room, 27 Russell Square (Enter via 26 Russell Square)

Birkbeck College, University of London

June 21, 2013

 

Correspondence is central to our understanding of the past.  This workshop aims to investigate the value of correspondence in the history of archaeology and antiquarianism.  Papers are solicited from a wide range of perspectives, covering early modern and modern antiquarian or archaeological research.  Papers might address the practicalities of archived correspondence, or correspondence as a tool for recreating the past.

 

Key Questions

• (How) has the nature of correspondence changed?

• How does correspondence reflect the development of disciplinary identity?

• Can correspondence be problematic for understanding the past?

• How does correspondence reflect a wider archaeological network?

 

Organisers: Dr Amara Thornton and Dr Jen Baird

Space is limited. To register please contact amara.thornton@ucl.ac.uk or j.baird@bbk.ac.uk

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