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Folding time in Archaeology - Elin Engstöm, Eketorps veckningar. Hur arkeologi formar tid, rum och kön.

Book review
Authors Elisabeth Arwill-Nordbladh
Published in Ethnologia Scandinavia. A Journal for Nordic Ethnology
Volume 46
Pages 154-160
ISSN 0348-9698
Publication year 2016
Published at Department of Historical Studies
Pages 154-160
Language en
Subject categories Archaeology

Abstract

Folding time in Archaeology is a review of Elin Engström's PhD disseration, where she presents a historiography of the archaeological Eketorp Project. In the review some of her main points are discussed; the analytical starting point of Ludwig Fleck's ides that science is a product of thought styles and thought collectives, archaeology's connection to nationalism and masculinity, and feminism's and in particular Donna Haraway's ideas about a situated knowledge. The pros and cons of these analytical themes are discussed.

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