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The first part deals precisely with International relations in the history of archaeology.
The eleven contributions tackle a particularly productive topic in the field today.
The seven contributions strive to document and analyse a recent past, which is still often burdened with the weight of teleological and presentist appraisals.
The inclusion in this volume of this session significantly dedicated to the genealogy of schools of thought and to the study of complex methodological and technical issues illustrates the editors commitment to tackling historical issues as well, which are closely linked to current theoretical debates within archaeology.
Volume 11 / Sessions A8b, A4a and A8a organised by the History of Archaeology Scientific Commission edited by Graldine Delley, Margarita Daz-Andreu, Franois Djindjian, Victor M.Fernandez, Alessandro Guidi and Marc-Antoine Kaeser. viii+237 pages; illustrated throughout in black & white. The present volume gathers the communications of the three sessions organized under the auspices of the Commission History of Archaeology at the XVII UISPP World Congress, Burgos 2014.