The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research

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Created: 2010-11-29 16:07
Institution: Department of Archaeology
Description: The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research exists to further research by Cambridge archaeologists and their collaborators into all aspects of the human past, across time and space. It supports archaeological fieldwork, archaeological science, material culture studies, and archaeological theory in an interdisciplinary framework. Since its inception, the Institute has played a particularly leading role in cognitive archaeology, broadly defined. It sponsors seminar series, workshops and international conferences. It produces the Cambridge Archaeological Journal and publishes the McDonald Institute Monographs.
 

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Archaeology and the Human Career: Celebrating 20 years of the McDonald Institute

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Professors Colin Renfrew and Graeme Barker speak on the McDonald Institute's work in the past, present and future.

Collection: The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research

Institution: Department of Archaeology

Created: Mon 29 Nov 2010