The Archaeology of Rubbish or Rubbishing Archaeology: Backward Looks and Forward Glances
Part of the Australian Journal of Historical Archaeology Volume 02 project
Author(s): J. V. S. Megaw
Year: 1984Primary Copyright Holder: Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA)
In this paper, originally prepared as the concluding contribution to the Australian Society for Historical Archaeology's 1982 conference on 'Talking rubbish: or what does archaeology mean to the historian?', Vincent Megaw, the Society's first Vice-President, offered a semi-autobiographical and historical answer to the question posed by the conference title, citing examples from the United Kingdom, the United States of America and, of course, Australia.
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The Archaeology of Rubbish or Rubbishing Archaeology: Backward Looks and Forward Glances. J. V. S. Megaw. Australian Journal of Historical Archaeology. 2: 7-12. 1984 ( tDAR id: 407523) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8W66PPW
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