A new agenda for the study of the past.
In this volume, an international group of Archaeologists, Anthropologists, Museologists, Historians and Educationalists confront the issues raised in different ways by changing theoretical perspectives and by Feminism, Post-Modernism, Racism, Neo-Fascism, Nationalism, Mass Tourism, the 'Heritage Industry', Science and the presentation of the past in schools and museums.
These lively and often conflicting papers had their origin in the 1988 Cambridge Seminar on Post-Structuralism and Archaeology. Several of these papers were presented at that meeting, others broaden the debate with views from throughout the British Isles, Eastern and Western Europe and the USA.
There is very slight bumping to the covers. Otherwise it is in excellent condition throughout.