Understanding human movement through spatial technologies

20 Jun

Hi all,
Just a quick note to tell you that my article on human movement and Late Prehistory is finally out :) It is called: “Understanding human movement through spatial technologies.The role of natural areas of transit in the Late Prehistory of South-western Iberia” and it was published by the Journal Trabajos de Prehistoria.
I believe that in Archaeology simple spatial methodologies can sometimes lead us to powerful interpretations.
From the results of this particular experiment on human movement I decided to explore the patterns further obtaining quite surprising results.
This other part of the research deals also with the relationship between prehistoric monuments and herding pathways applying more complex models, and the results are about to be published as a chapter in a book edited by Stella Souvatzi and Athena Hadji called Space and Time in Mediterranean Prehistory. Let me know if you are interested.

Meanwhile you can download this first article from http://patriciamurrieta.wordpress.com/some-publications/
or from my page in academia.edu: http://lancaster.academia.edu/PatriciaMurrietaFlores

Thanks!

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2 Responses to “Understanding human movement through spatial technologies”

  1. Antonia Wheeless January 9, 2013 at 3:31 pm #

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