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Contents
Introductory Archaeology ................................................................................................................................................ 2
Archaeological Theory ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Archaeological Science and Methodology ................................................................................................................... 4
Prehistoric Archaeology ................................................................................................................................................... 5
Classical Archaeology ....................................................................................................................................................... 6
Archaeology of the Americas ........................................................................................................................................... 7
European Archaeology ..................................................................................................................................................... 8
Museums, Heritage and Conservation .......................................................................................................................... 9
Index ................................................................................................................................................................................... 14

INTRODUCTORY ARCHAEOLOGY
2nd Edition TEXTBOOK

2nd Edition TEXTBOOK

Field Archaeology

Ancient Cities

An Introduction

The Archaeology of Urban Life in the Ancient Near East and Egypt,
Greece and Rome

Peter Drewett
Since its first publication, Field Archaeology: An Introduction has
proved to be a key handbook for all those undertaking
introductory courses in archaeology or volunteering on their
first excavation. In this revised second edition, key developments
in technology, theory and changes in the law are included,
bringing it up to date with the most recent fieldwork
practices. Peter Drewett's comprehensive survey explores the
process, from the core work of discovery and excavation to the
final product, the published archaeological report. Illustrated
with 100 photographs and line drawings, and using numerous
case studies, this second edition of Field Archaeology ensures it
will remain the essential introductory guide for archaeology students and the growing
number of enthusiasts for the subject.
Routledge
Market: Archaeology
February 2011: 208pp
Hb: 978-0-415-55118-2: $120.00
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Charles Gates, Bilkent University, Turkey


This brings to life the physical world of ancient city dwellers. The
urban form of the cities, and the architecture and geography
that created it are examined, as well as non-urban features that
were part of the city dwellers experience, such as religious
sanctuaries and burial grounds.
It presents a wide range of Old World cultures in great detail,
giving equal weight to the Preclassical and Classical periods,
and in showing the links between these ancient cultures.
Features include clear and accessible language, assuming no
background knowledge; almost 300 line drawings, maps and
photos; and a new companion website with extra images and
material, and an interactive timeline.
Routledge
Market: Classical Studies and Archaeology
March 2011: 504pp
Hb: 978-0-415-49865-4: $140.00
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4th Edition TEXTBOOK NEW EDITION

The Archaeology Coursebook


An Introduction to Themes, Sites, Methods and Skills
Jim Grant, Chief Examiner in A Level Archaeology and Assistant Principal at Cirencester
College, UK, Sam Gorin and Neil Fleming, Principal Examiner in A level Archaeology
This fully updated and revised edition of the best-selling title The Archaeology Coursebook
is a guide for students studying archaeology for the first time. Including new methods and
case studies in this fourth edition, it provides pre-university students and teachers, as well
as undergraduates and enthusiasts, with the skills and technical concepts necessary to
grasp the subject. Reflecting changes in archaeological practice and with new case studies,
methods, examples, boxes, photographs and diagrams; as well as updates on examination
changes for pre-university students, this is definitely a book no archaeology student should
be without.
Routledge
Market: Archaeology
February 2015
Pb: 978-0-415-52688-3: $49.95
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TEXTBOOK

The History of Archaeology


An Introduction
Edited by Paul Bahn
This volume provides global coverage with chapters devoted
to particular regions of the world. It focuses on the earliest
beginnings of archaeology in different parts of the world, and
how it developed from being a pastime for antiquarians and
collectors to a serious attempt to obtain information about past
societies. Woven into the text are various boxes that explore key
archaeologists and important discoveries in the history of
archaeology. With such far ranging coverage, including an
exploration of the little covered development of Russian and
Chinese archaeology, this is the perfect introduction to the
history of archaeology for the interested reader and student
alike.
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Market: Archaeology
December 2013: 266pp
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ARCHAEOLOGICAL THEORY
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Relational Archaeologies
Humans, Animals, Things
Edited by Christopher Watts, University of Toronto, Canada
Many of us accept as uncontroversial the belief that the world
is comprised of detached and disparate products, all of which
are reducible to certain substances. Of those things that are alive,
we acknowledge that some have agency while others, such as
humans, have more advanced qualities such as consciousness,
reason and intentionality. Relational Archaeologies questions
how such a view of human beings, other-than-human creatures
and things affects our reconstruction of past beliefs and
practices, and emphasizes how humans, animals and things
come to exist by virtue of the dynamic and fluid processes of
connection and transaction.
Routledge
Market: Archaeology
May 2013: 272pp
Hb: 978-0-415-52531-2: $130.00
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ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE AND METHODOLOGY


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Material Evidence
Learning from Archaeological Practice
Edited by Robert Chapman, University of Reading, UK and
Alison Wylie, University of Washington, USA
Material Evidence takes a resolutely case-based approach,
exploring key instances of exemplary practice, critical turning
points, and innovative developments in the use of archaeological
data as evidence. In doing so, it identifies norms of evidential
reasoning that underpin judgments of epistemic credibility in
archaeology. Chapters identify a particular aspect of evidential
reasoning with which to grapple and to consider, with reference
to concrete examples of exemplary or transformative practice.
Material Evidence provides answers to the question how do
archaeologists make effective use of physical traces and material
culture as repositories of evidence?
Routledge
Market: Archaeology
December 2014: 400pp
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PREHISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY
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Perishable Material Culture in Prehistory


Investigating the Missing Majority
Linda M. Hurcombe, University of Exeter, UK
This volume provides new approaches and integrates a broad
range of data to address a neglected topic, organic material in
the prehistoric record. Providing news ideas and connections
and suggesting revisionist ways of thinking about broad themes
in the past, this book demonstrates the efficacy of an holistic
approach. No other book covers such a broad range of organic
materials from a social and object biography perspective or
concentrates on approaches to the missing component of the
material culture repertoire. This is an essential addition for
those wishing to understand better the nature and importance
of organic material as material culture, and that prehistoric
material culture is incomplete without the 'missing majority'.
Routledge
Market: Archaeology
April 2014: 276pp
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The British Palaeolithic


Human Societies at the Edge of the Pleistocene World
Paul Pettitt, University of Sheffield, UK and Mark White,
University of Durham, UK
The British Palaeolithic provides the first academic synthesis of
the entire British Palaeolithic, from the earliest occupation
(currently understood to be around 980,000 years ago) to the
end of the Ice Age. Landscape and ecology form the canvas for
an explicitly interpretative approach aimed at understanding
the how different hominin societies addressed the issues of life
at the edge of the Pleistocene world.
It fills a major gap in teaching resources as well as in research
by providing a current synthesis of the latest research on the
period. This book represents the culmination of 40 years
combined research in this area by two well known experts in the field, and is an important
new text for students of British archaeology as well as for students and researchers of the
continental Palaeolithic period.
Routledge
Market: Archaeology
January 2012: 616pp
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CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
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Roman Archaeology for Historians


Ray Laurence, University of Kent, UK
Series: Approaching the Ancient World
Roman Archaeology for Historians provides students of Roman
history with a guide to the contribution of archaeology to the
study of their subject. It discusses the issues with the use of
material and textual evidence to explain the Roman past, and
the importance of viewing this evidence in context. It also
surveys the different approaches to the archaeological material
of the period and examines key themes that have shaped Roman
archaeology. Throughout, the author argues for the need for
greater understanding between archaeologists and ancient
historians in order to form a full picture of the Roman past.
Roman Archaeology for Historians provides an accessible guide
to the development of archaeology as a discipline and how the use of archaeological
evidence of the Roman world can enrich the study of ancient history. This work is a key
resource for students of ancient history, and for those studying the archaeology of the
Roman period.
Routledge
Market: Classical Studies/Archaeology
June 2012: 194pp
Hb: 978-0-415-50591-8: $130.00
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ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE AMERICAS


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An Archaeology of the Cosmos

Ancient Alterity in the Andes

Rethinking Agency and Religion in Ancient America

A Recognition of Others

Timothy R. Pauketat, University of Illinois, USA

George F. Lau, University of East Anglia, UK

This volume seeks answers to two fundamental questions of


humanity and human history: Why do so many people believe
in supreme beings and holy spirits? What causes beliefs to
change? Using evidence gathered from ancient America and
drawing on and adapting theories of agency and religion, the
author examines the intimate association of agency and religion
by studying how relationships between people, places, and
things were bundled together and positioned in ways that
constituted the fields of human experience. The work provides
readers with thought provoking conclusions that will lead them
to reassess the way they approach the study of ancient religion.

This volume is the first major treatment on ancient alterity: how


people in the past regarded others. Focusing on
the achievements of the ancient Andes during the first
millennium AD and using the framework of alterity, the book
rethinks the periods rich cultural interaction between coeval
groups. It considers little known developments in Andean
prehistory and illuminates the ways that archaeologists can
examine alterity through the existing record. This work is a
substantial boon to the analysis and writing of past cultures,
social systems and cosmologies and a key book for those wishing
to understand this developing concept in archaeological theory.

Routledge
Market: Archaeology
October 2012: 256pp
Hb: 978-0-415-52128-4: $130.00
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Routledge
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October 2012: 234pp
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The Ancient Central Andes


Jeffrey Quilter, Harvard University, USA
Series: Routledge World Archaeology
The Ancient Central Andes presents a general overview of the
prehistoric peoples and cultures of the Central Andes, the region
now encompassing most of Peru and significant parts of Ecuador,
Bolivia, northern Chile, and northwestern Argentina. The book
contextualizes past and modern scholarship and provides a
balanced view of current research. The volume provides an
up-to-date, objective survey of the archaeology of the central
Andes that is much needed. Students and interested readers
will benefit greatly from this introduction to a key period in South
Americas past.
Routledge
Market: Archaeology
December 2013: 340pp
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The Maya and Their Central American Neighbors


Settlement Patterns, Architecture, Hieroglyphic Texts and Ceramics
Edited by Geoffrey E Braswell, University of California, San
Diego, USA.
The ancient Maya created one of the most studied and
best-known civilizations of the Americas. Nevertheless, Maya
civilization is often considered either within a vacuum, by
sub-region and according to modern political borders, or with
reference to the most important urban civilizations of central
Mexico. The Maya and their Central American neighbors of El
Salvador and Honduras are seldom considered together, despite
the fact that they engaged in mutually beneficial trade,
intermarried, and sometimes made war on each other. This
volume seeks to fill this lacuna by presenting original research
on the archaeology of the whole of the Maya area, western
Honduras, and El Salvador.
Routledge
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April 2014: 438pp
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EUROPEAN ARCHAEOLOGY
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Iron Age Myth and Materiality


An Archaeology of Scandinavia AD 400-1000
Lotte Hedeager, UIO, Norwary
Iron Age Myth and Materiality: an Archaeology of Scandinavia AD
400-1000 considers the relationship between myth and
materiality in Scandinavia from the beginning of the post-Roman
era and the European Migrations around AD 400 up until the
coming of Christianity around AD 1000. It pursues an
interdisciplinary interpretation of text and material culture and
examines how the documentation of an oral past relates to its
material embodiment. Old Norse myths are explored with
particular attention to one of the central mythical narratives of
the Old Norse canon, the mythic cycle of Odin, king of the Norse
pantheon. No other study provides such a broad ranging and
authoritative study of the relationship of myth to the archaeology
of Scandinavia.
Routledge
Market: Archaeology
April 2011: 290pp
Hb: 978-0-415-60602-8: $135.00
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The Archaeology of the Prussian Crusade


Holy War and Colonisation
Aleksander Pluskowski, University of Reading, UK.
The Archaeology of the Prussian Crusade explores the archaeology
and material
culture of the crusade against the Prussian tribes
th
in the 13 century, and the subsequentthsociety created by the
Teutonic Order which lasted into the 16 century. This is the first
work on the archaeology of medieval Prussia in any language,
and is intended as a comprehensive introduction to a period
and area of growing interest. This book represents an important
contribution to promoting International awareness of the cultural
heritage of the Baltic region, which has been rapidly increasing
over the last few decades.
Routledge
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December 2012: 427pp
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The Viking World


Edited by Stefan Brink, University of Aberdeen, UK and Neil
Price, University of Uppsala, Sweden
Series: Routledge Worlds
Bringing together todays leading scholars, both established
seniors and younger, cutting-edge academics, Brink and Price
have constructed the first single work to gather innovative
research from a spectrum of disciplines to create the most
comprehensive Viking Age book of its kind ever attempted.
Consisting of longer articles providing overviews of important
themes, supported by shorter papers focusing on material of
particular interest, this comprehensive volume covers such
wide-ranging topics as social institutions, spatial issues, the Viking
Age economy, warfare, beliefs, language, voyages, and links with medieval and Christian
Europe.
This original work, specifically oriented towards a university audience and the educated
public, will have a self-evident place as an undergraduate course book and will be a standard
work of reference for all those in the field.
Routledge
Market: Archaeology, Heritage Studies
August 2011: 720pp
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MUSEUMS, HERITAGE AND CONSERVATION


TEXTBOOK

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Conservation of Cultural Heritage

Heritage

Key Principles and Approaches

Critical Approaches

Hanna M. Szczepanowska

Rodney Harrison, The Open University, UK

Conservation of Cultural Heritage covers the methods and


practices needed for future museum professionals who will be
working in various capacities with museum collections and
artifacts. It also assists current professionals in understanding
the complex decision making processes that faces conservators
on a daily basis. The uniqueness of this book lies in correlating
the aspects of material science and the behaviour of artifacts in
a museum environment. It will be of special benefit to museum
professional not trained in conservation.
Covering a broad range of topics that are key to sound
conservation in the museum, Conservation of Cultural Heritage
is an important tool for students and professional alike in
ensuring that best practice is followed in the preservation of important collections.
Routledge
Market: Museum Studies
December 2012: 432pp
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Historic sites, memorials, museums we live in an age in which


heritage is ever-present. But what does it mean to live amongst
the spectral traces of the past, the heterogeneous piling up of
historic materials in the present? What concepts and approaches
are necessary to understand this global obsession?
Developing new theoretical approaches and innovative models
for more dialogically democratic heritage decision making
processes, Heritage: Critical Approaches unravels the relationship
between heritage and the experience of late modernity
and reorients heritage, connecting it with other pressing social,
economic, political and environmental issues of our time.
Routledge
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August 2012: 272pp
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Displaced Things

Interpreting Art in Museums and Galleries

Sandra H. Dudley, University of Leicester, UK

Christopher Whitehead, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne,


UK

Displaced Things explores the movements of material things from the starting point and
perspective of the object. It does so through the lens of displacement, drawing on earlier
work on forced migration and conceptualising displacement in relation to anthropological
ritual theory. It aims not only to augment understandings of the significance of things and
the complexities of their relationships with human beings, but also to problematize notions
of the settings through which objects move including those of museum and heritage,
definable as they are by their particular approaches to the re-contextualisations of things.
Routledge
Market: Museum Studies/Archaeology
December 2014: 208pp
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In this carefully focussed book, Christopher Whitehead presents


both a study of and guide to curatorial practices of art
interpretation, including the manipulation of the physical display
environment (e.g. exhibition design and lighting) and the
production of supporting materials, from text panels to
audioguides and interactives.
Thoroughly researched with immediately practical applications,
this valuable book will inform the practices of art curators and
those studying the subject.
Routledge
Market: Museum Studies / Art
December 2011: 216pp
Hb: 978-0-415-41920-8: $135.00
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Environmental Management

Memorylands

Guidelines for Museums and Galleries

Heritage and Identity in Europe Today

May Cassar
Series: Heritage: Care-Preservation-Management
First Published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor &
Francis, an informa company.

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October 2013: 180pp
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Sharon Macdonald, University of York, UK


Memorylands addresses how the past is understood in Europe
today, how this informs contemporary identities, and what roles
public and material culture play in this. Drawing on concepts
and arguments in anthropology and historical consciousness,
this volume argues for a deeper, more nuanced understanding
of cultural assumptions involved in relating to the past. Using
wide-ranging case studies, it seeks to theorise the ways in which
materialisations of identity in heritage institutions work; and to
relate these to different forms of identification within Europe.

Routledge
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April 2013: 320pp
Hb: 978-0-415-45333-2: $130.00
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Museum Architecture

Museums and Migration

A New Biography

History, Memory and Politics


Suzanne MacLeod, University of Leicester, UK
Recent decades have witnessed an explosion of museum
building around the world and the subsequent development
of a body of research to understand the myriad issues. Museum
Architecture: A New Biography focuses on the stories we tell of
museum buildings in order to explore the nature of museum
architecture and the problems of architectural history when
applied to the museum and gallery.

Routledge
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March 2013: 256pp
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Edited by Laurence Gourievidis, Universit Blaise Pascal,


France
Series: Museum Meanings
Museums and Migration deals with the way museum spaces local, regional, national - have engaged with the history of
migration, including internal migration, emigration and
immigration. The book charts the developing body of research
which concentrates on the analysis of the representation of
migration in relation to the changing character of museums
within society, examining their civic role and their function as
key public arenas within civil society. Focusing on the way
museums interact with processes of political and societal
changes, it examines their agency and relationship to identity construction, community
involvement, policy positions and discourses, but also ethics and moralities.
Routledge
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June 2014: 264pp
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Museum as Process

Museums and Social Activism

Translating Local and Global Knowledges

Engaged Protest

Edited by Raymond Silverman, University of Michigan, USA


Series: Museum Meanings
The museum has become a vital strategic space for negotiating
ownership of and access to knowledge produced in local
settings. This volume presents community-engaged "culture
work" of a group of scholars whose collaborative projects
consider the social spaces between the museum and community
and offer new ways of addressing the challenges of bridging
the local and the global. Scholars from around the world describe
their engagement with communities in Australia, Canada, Ghana,
Great Britain, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines,
South Africa, Taiwan and the United States.
Routledge
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September 2014: 304pp
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Kylie Message, The Australian National University


Series: Museum Meanings
This is the first study to bring together historical accounts of the
African American and later American Indian civil rights-related
social and reform movements that took place on the
Smithsonian Mall through the 1960s and 70s in Washington DC
with the story of museological transformation and curatorial
activism that occurred in the Division of Political and Reform
History at the National Museum of American History at this time.
By understanding the transformations of an earlier
period, Message offers provocative perspectives on the cultural
and political significance of contemporary museums, and
highlights the relevance of past practice and events for museums today.
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October 2013: 288pp
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3rd Edition

Museum Objects

Museums and the Paradox of Change

Experiencing the Properties of Things


Edited by Sandra H. Dudley, University of Leicester, UK
Series: Leicester Readers in Museum Studies
Museum Objects provides a set of readings that together create
a distinctive emphasis and perspective on the objects which lie
at the heart of interpretive practice in museums, material culture
studies and everyday life. This reader brings together classic and
up to date texts on the nature and definition of the object itself,
the senses and embodied experience of objects. No other
volume brings together such perspectives in this way, and no
other volume includes such a focus on the museum context.
Museum Objects incorporates both theorised and more practical
readings from a range of international academic and contextual
perspectives. The overall result is a definitive set of readings that offers a comprehensive
understanding of objects and their place within the museum context.
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May 2012: 400pp
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Robert R. Janes
Museums and the Paradox of Change provides a detailed account
of how a major Canadian museum suffered a 40% loss in its
operating budget and went on to become the most financially
self-sufficient of the ten largest museums in Canada. This book
is the most detailed case study of its kind and is indispensible
for students and practitioners alike. In this third edition, Janes
provides pragmatic solutions grounded in a theoretical context,
and highlights important issues in the management of museums
that cannot be ignored.

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April 2013: 448pp
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Museums, Equality and Social Justice

The Routledge Companion to Museum Ethics

Edited by Richard Sandell, University of Leicester, UK and


Eithne Nightingale, Victoria and Albert Museum, UK
Series: Museum Meanings
The last two decades have seen concerns for equality, diversity,
social justice and human rights move from the margins of
museum thinking and practice, to the core. The arguments for
engaging diverse audiences, creating the conditions for more
equitable access, and opening up opportunities for participation,
now enjoy considerable consensus in many parts of the world.
At the same time it would be misleading to suggest an even
and uncontested transition from the museum as an organisation
that has been widely understood to marginalise, exclude and
oppress to one which is wholly inclusive. Museums, Equality and Social Justice aims to reflect
on and inform debates in museum research, policy and practice at this critical time, to
explore the ways in which museums are engaging with these issues of identity and equality,
and to investigate their potential to contribute to more equitable, fair and just societies.
Routledge
Market: Museum Studies
April 2012: 344pp
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Redefining Ethics for the Twenty-First Century Museum


Edited by Janet C. Marstine, University of Leicester, UK
Recent social, economic, political, and technological shifts have
presented novel ethical challenges and opportunities across all
areas of museum activity. The Routledge Companion to Museum
Ethics elucidates contemporary museum ethics, providing a
much needed resource to researchers, students, and museum
professionals worldwide who are grappling with these matters. It
articulates a new museum ethics characterized by democratic
pluralism, radical transparency and accountability, and an
ongoing negotiation towards social understanding in which
process trumps product.
The Routledge Companion to Museum Ethics is a collection of
original essays that unites scholars and practitioners from diverse disciplines and
international contexts, covering major strands in museum activity where ethical dilemmas
and opportunities commonly occur including. This volume will inspire practitioners and
students to re-imagine and reshape the ethics code as ap
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June 2011: 486pp
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Open-Air Rock-Art Conservation and Management

Transforming Museums in the Twenty-first Century


Graham Black

State of the Art and Future Perspectives


Edited by Timothy Darvill, Bournemouth University, UK and
Antonio Pedro Batarda Fernandes
Series: Routledge Studies in Archaeology
While much has been achieved in understanding and managing
weather effects and erosion phenomena affecting ancient
imagery within the relatively protected environments of caves
and rock-shelters, the same cannot be said of rock-art panels
situated in the open-air. This richly illustrated book evaluates
rock-art conservation in an holistic way, bringing together
researchers from across the world to share experiences of work
in progress or recently completed. This timely volume will be of
interest to conservators, managers, and researchers dealing with
aesthetic and ethical issues as well as technical and practical
matters regarding the conservation of open-air rock-art sites.
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Market: Archaeology
July 2014: 6 x 9: 278pp
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This volume argues that museums must transform themselves


if they are to remain relevant to 21st century audiences and
this would be necessary whether or not museums faced a
funding crisis. It is the result of new technologies and rapid
societal developments, and applies not just to museums but to
all arts bodies and other agents of mass communication.
Through comment, practical examples and case studies, Black
offers the reader a picture of the transformed 21st century
museum in practice. He gives a clear vision of a museum of the
future that engages and stimulates the public it serves, and plays
an active role in promoting tolerance and understanding within
and between communities.
Routledge
Market: Museum Studies / Tourism
December 2011: 276pp
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Preventive Conservation in Museums


Edited by Chris Caple, University of Durham, UK
Series: Leicester Readers in Museum Studies
Preventive Conservation in Museums makes available and
comprehensible the diverse literature and ideas of preventive
conservation to an audience with a limited scientific background,
principally those studying museum studies or engaged in the
museum profession. It bridges the gap between the basic
museum generated literature and technical and detailed
conservation literature.
The selection of essays highlights the wide variety of threats,
develops the concept of an holistic appreciation of these threats,
and to appreciates the need to prioritise the appropriate forms
of response. It uses a careful balance of sources, some technical, some theoretical, some
practical as well as case studies to explore threats and their mitigation. For all those people
involved in preventive conservation, be they students or professionals, this volume will be
an invaluable summary of the past, present and future of the discipline.
Routledge
Market: Museum Studies
December 2011: 624pp
Hb: 978-0-415-57969-8: $180.00
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Galleries, Cultural and Heritage Attractions
Ylva French, Freelance Consultant, UK and Sue Runyard,
Heritage Lottery Fund, UK
Visitors to museums, galleries, heritage sites and other not for
profit attractions receive their information in changing ways.
Communications channels are shifting and developing all the
time, presenting new challenges to cultural PR and Marketing
teams. This book, as well as providing some of the theory of
marketing, provides the latest available case studies coupled
with comments and advice from professionals inside and outside
the cultural sector to describe the possibilities and outline
strategies for the future.
Routledge
Market: Museum Studies / Marketing & PR
June 2011: 384pp
Hb: 978-0-415-61045-2: $150.00
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Museum Making
Narratives, Architectures, Exhibitions
Edited by Suzanne Macleod, University of Leicester, UK,
Laura Hourston Hanks and Jonathan Hale, University of
Nottingham, UK
Series: Museum Meanings
Over recent decades, many museums, galleries and historic sites
around the world have enjoyed large-scale investment in their
capital infrastructure; in building refurbishments and new gallery
displays. The period has also seen the creation of a series of new
purpose-built museums and galleries, and a fundamental
reinvention in the design and shaping of museums. This
title explores this re-making through a focus on the inherently
spatial character of narrative and storytelling and their potential
to connect with human perception and imagination. Contributions by an internationally
diverse group of museum and heritage professionals, exhibition designers, architects and
artists with academics from a range of disciplines including museum studies, theatre studies,
architecture, design and history cut across the historical and the contemporary and together
chart the emergence of a new range of interpretive approaches to experience.
Routledge
Market: Museum Studies
February 2012: 360pp
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3rd Edition

Museum Basics
Timothy Ambrose, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of
London, UK and a Fellow of the Museums Association, UK
and Crispin Paine, University College, Chichester, UK
Series: Heritage: Care-Preservation-Management
Keeping up-to-date with new ideas and changing practice is
challenging for smaller museums where time for reading and
training is often restricted. This new edition provides a
comprehensive training course for the many museums
worldwide that operate with limited resources and few
professional staff, as well as for museum studies students who
wish to gain a full understanding of museum work. Fully updated
to take account of the many changes in the world of museums
in the last five years, it includes over 100 new diagrams, a glossary, and sources of
information and support. It is also now supported by its own companion website providing
a wide range of additional resources for the reader.
Routledge
Market: Museum Studies / Heritage Studies
April 2012: 496pp
Hb: 978-0-415-61933-2: $135.00
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Post Critical Museology


Theory and Practice in the Art Museum
Andrew Dewdney, London South Bank University, UK, David
Dibosa, Chelsea College of Art & Design, UK and Victoria
Walsh, Royal College of Art, UK
Post-Critical Museology considers what the role of the public and
the experience of audiences means to the everyday work of the
art museum. It does this from the perspectives of the art museum
itself as well as from the visitors it seeks. The book develops a
conceptual reconfiguration of the relationship between art,
culture and society in which questions about the art museums
relationship to global migration and the new media ecologies
are examined. It aims to be essential reading in the growing field
of museum studies. It will also be of professional interest to all
those working in the cultural sphere, including museum
professionals, policy makers and art managers.
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Market: Museum Studies
October 2012: 278pp
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14 INDEX BY TITLE

A
Ancient Alterity in the Andes ............................................
Ancient Central Andes, The ..............................................
Ancient Cities ..........................................................................
Archaeology Coursebook, The ........................................
Archaeology of the Cosmos, An .....................................
Archaeology of the Prussian Crusade, The ................

7
7
2
2
7
8

Relational Archaeologies .................................................. 3


Roman Archaeology for Historians .............................. 6
Routledge Companion to Museum Ethics,
The ............................................................................................ 11

T
Transforming Museums in the Twenty-first
Century ................................................................................... 11

British Palaeolithic, The ...................................................... 5

Viking World, The .................................................................. 8

C
Conservation of Cultural Heritage ................................ 9

D
Displaced Things .................................................................. 9

E
Environmental Management ......................................... 9

F
Field Archaeology ................................................................. 2

H
Heritage .................................................................................... 9
History of Archaeology, The ............................................. 2

I
Interpreting Art in Museums and Galleries ................ 9
Iron Age Myth and Materiality ........................................ 8

M
Marketing and Public Relations for Museums,
Galleries, Cultural and Heritage Attractions ........... 11
Material Evidence ................................................................. 4
Maya and Their Central American Neighbors,
The .............................................................................................. 7
Memorylands ......................................................................... 9
Museum Architecture ....................................................... 10
Museum as Process ........................................................... 10
Museum Basics ................................................................... 12
Museum Making ................................................................ 12
Museum Objects ................................................................ 10
Museums and Migration ................................................ 10
Museums and Social Activism ..................................... 10
Museums and the Paradox of Change ..................... 10
Museums, Equality and Social Justice ...................... 11

O
Open-Air Rock-Art Conservation and
Management ....................................................................... 11

P
Perishable Material Culture in Prehistory ................... 5
Post Critical Museology ................................................... 12
Preventive Conservation in Museums ....................... 11

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INDEX BY AUTHOR 15

A
Ambrose, Timothy ............................................................ 12

B
Bahn, Paul .................................................................................. 2
Black, Graham ...................................................................... 11
Braswell, Geoffrey E ............................................................. 7
Brink, Stefan ............................................................................. 8

C
Caple, Chris ............................................................................ 11
Cassar, May ............................................................................... 9
Chapman, Robert ................................................................. 4

D
Darvill, Timothy ................................................................... 11
Dewdney, Andrew ............................................................ 12
Drewett, Peter ........................................................................ 2
Dudley, Sandra H. ................................................................. 9
Dudley, Sandra H. .............................................................. 10

F
French, Ylva ........................................................................... 11

G
Gates, Charles ......................................................................... 2
Gourievidis, Laurence ..................................................... 10
Grant, Jim .................................................................................. 2

H
Harrison, Rodney .................................................................. 9
Hedeager, Lotte ..................................................................... 8
Hurcombe, Linda M. ........................................................... 5

J
Janes, Robert R. ................................................................... 10

L
Lau, George F. ......................................................................... 7
Laurence, Ray .......................................................................... 6

M
Macdonald, Sharon ............................................................. 9
MacLeod, Suzanne ........................................................... 10
Macleod, Suzanne ............................................................. 12
Marstine, Janet C. ............................................................... 11
Message, Kylie ...................................................................... 10

P
Pauketat, Timothy R. ........................................................... 7
Pettitt, Paul ............................................................................... 5
Pluskowski, Aleksander ..................................................... 8

Q
Quilter, Jeffrey ......................................................................... 7

S
Sandell, Richard .................................................................. 11
Silverman, Raymond ........................................................ 10
Szczepanowska, Hanna M. ............................................. 9

W
Watts, Christopher ............................................................... 3
Whitehead, Christopher ................................................... 9

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