Book: Thinking Beyond the Tool. Archaeological Computing and the Interpretive Process

15 Feb

Hey guys,

Just a quick note to let you know that our book  “Thinking Beyond the Tool: archaeological computing and the interpretive process” (cover by Javier Pereda) is already in press.

The idea of putting together this book was inspired by the session ‘Thinking beyond the Tool: Archaeological Computing and the Interpretive Process’, which was held at the Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) conference in Bristol (17-19 December 2010). The book postulates that archaeological computing has become an integral part of the interpretive process for inquiring and disseminating the past and includes:

  • 12 theoretically informed chapters on a variety of computational methodologies used in archaeology and heritage
  • an introduction by the editors (Costas Papadopoulos, Angeliki Chrysanthi and myself)
  • a commentary by Jeremy Huggett
The book will be out by the end of March and those of you coming to the CAA2012 keep an eye for it at the Archaeopress stand! Many thanks to all those – both authors and reviewers- who have contributed to this!
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2 Responses to “Book: Thinking Beyond the Tool. Archaeological Computing and the Interpretive Process”

  1. Kayt February 15, 2012 at 11:59 am #

    Cool! I want one! Will we be able to buy them at CAA or should I swallow my morals and Amazon it?

    • Patricia Murrieta February 16, 2012 at 10:28 am #

      Hey Kayt,
      Thanks for your support and interest! Is going to be available for CAA :)

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