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Title: Freud and Volkan: Psychoanalysis, Group Identities and Archaeology
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Keywords: Archaeological theory
Symbolic archaeology
Social organisation
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: Ian Russell, Freud and Volkan: Psychoanalysis, Group Identities and Archaeology, Antiquity, 80, (307), 2006, p185 - 195
Series/Report no.: Antiquity
80 (307), 2006
Description: Social groupings create material cultures and material objects reflect and maintain group identities. The author explores the role of psychoanalysis in examining and explaining the origins and the need for these identities and their material symbols in the mind. He then shows that modern archaeology itself needs psychoanalysing: as a purveyor of culture, it is in the business of creating or reinforcing modern identities.
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