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    • The Many Voices of Community Archaeology: Inclusion and Multivocality in Cyprus 

      Neil, Eleanor (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of Classics, 2024)
      The most widely used definition of community archaeology is archaeology that is with, for, and/or by the community. The breadth of that description and all that it encompasses means there are as many ways to engage and ...
    • The Primitive, Technology and Horror: A Posthuman Biology 

      CAMPBELL, NORAH (University of London, 2010)
      Recent works have explored the concept of posthumanism as a radical decentring of the human, humanism and the humanities in the wake of the complexificaiton of technology and systems, and new insight into nonhuman life ...