Ian Hodder teaches and writes about archaeological method and theory. He is the Dunlevie Family Professor in the department of anthropology at Stanford University.

Since 1993, he has been excavating the 9,000-year-old Neolithic site of Catalhoyuk in central Turkey. The 25-year project has three aims: to place the art from the site in its full environmental, economic, and social context; to conserve the paintings, plasters, and mud walls; and to present the site to the public. The project is also associated with attempts to develop reflexive methods in archaeology.

 

CURRICULUM VITAE - IAN HODDER

Date of Birth: 23rd November 1948
Nationality: British

Career Details

1968-71

B.A. degree in Prehistoric Archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, London University. Received First Class Honours Degree.

1971-75 Research leading to Ph.D. at Cambridge University, on the subject of ‘spatial analysis in archaeology'.
1974-77

Lecturer in the Department of Archaeology, University of Leeds.

1977-99

University Assistant Lecturer, University Lecturer (1981), Reader in Prehistory (1990), Professor of Archaeology (1996 - 9) in the Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge.

1999-

Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Stanford University, and Co-Director and Director of the Archaeology Center (to 2009). Dunlevie Family Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences (2002-)

Other Appointments and Fellowships

1984-1989

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Anthropology at State University of New York, Binghamton.

1986-1994

Adjunct Professor and Visiting Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

1980 (6 months)

Visiting Professor, Van Giffen Institute for Pre- and Proto-history, Amsterdam.

1985 (6 months)

Visiting Professor, University of Paris I -Sorbonne (U.E.R. d'Art et d'Archéologie).

1987(6 months)

Fellow at Centre for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California.

1990 - 2001 Fellow of Darwin College, Cambridge.
1996 - Fellow of the British Academy.
2005 – 2006 Guggenheim Fellow.
2007 - 2015 Honorary Professor, Institute of Archaeology, University College, London.
2009 (3 months) Visiting Fellow, Magdalen College, Oxford.
2010 (3 months) Visiting Professor, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme and Associate Professor at University of Paris I –Sorbonne.
2010 (6 months) Senior Residential Fellow in Research Center for Anatolian Civilization, Koç University, Istanbul.
2017 (1 month) Director’s Guest in Humanities, American Academy in Rome.
2017 (3 months) Visiting Fellow, Keble College, Oxford.

Prizes and Honorary Degrees

1971 Gordon Childe Prize, Institute of Archaeology, University College, London.
1995 The Oscar Montelius Medal, Swedish Society of Antiquaries.
2002 National prize by Turkish Minister of Culture for scientific contributions to Turkish archaeology.
2009 Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science, Bristol University, UK.
2009 Drexel Medal, University of Pennsylvania Museum.
2009 Huxley Memorial Medal, Royal Anthropological Institute, London.
2011 Honorary Doctorate, University of Leiden, Netherlands.
2015 Shanghai Archaeology Forum Research Award.
2017 Fyssen Foundation International Prize, Paris.
2017 Innovation in Academia Award, Arts and Culture, University of Kent.

Fieldwork Direction and Grants

1973-74

Director of excavations at the Iron Age and Roman site, Wendens Ambo, Essex.

1976-78

Director of excavations and field project at the prehistoric site of Ledston, W. Yorkshire, in association with the West Yorkshire Archaeological Unit.

1974-76, 1980-83

Ethnographic surveys of material culture in Kenya, funded by the British Academy, Leeds University and British Institute in East Africa.

1977 Ethnographic fieldwork in Sudan funded by the British Academy.
1978-79

Ethnographic fieldwork in Sudan funded by the Social Science Research Council.

1979 and 1980

Director of prehistoric site survey, Calabria, S.Italy, funded by the British Academy.

1980 Co-director of Departmental excavations at Maxey, Cambs.
1981 to 1990

Director of excavations at Haddenham, Cambs., funded by English Heritage and University of Cambridge.
Also Director of MSC funded project at Haddenham.

1982 Programme of systematic fieldwork provided for Jersey Heritage Trust.
1990- 2001 Director-General of Cambridge Archaeological Unit.
1993- Fieldwork at Çatalhöyük, Turkey, funded by British Academy, British Institute at Ankara, National Geographic Society, National Science Foundation, European Union, McDonald Archaeological Fund, Stanford University, the Newton Trust, the Templeton Foundation, Global Heritage Fund, World Monument Fund, Kaplan Trust, Imitatio and by private and corporate sponsors and the Friends of Çatalhöyük. Total funds used per annum between US$ 450,000, and US$ 950,000. Site inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List 2012.
2002-2004 Director of TEMPER (Training, Education, Management and Prehistory in the Eastern Mediterranean) funded by European Union with 1.3 million euro
2010-2016 Co-Investigator on Large Grant from the ESRC entitled ‘Ritual, Community, and Conflict’ £3,184,336

Societies

Associate of the Institute of Field Archaeologists. Council Member 1986-1989. Various

sub-committees.

Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Council Member 1985-1988.

Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries.

Fellow National, the Explorers Club.

Prehistoric Society, Society for American Archaeology, American Anthropological Association

Editorial activities

Editor (1981-1985) of Annual Report of the Cambridgeshire Archaeological Committee.

Editorial board of New Directions in Archaeology (1978-1989). Cambridge University Press.

Editorial board of Anthropology Today.

Editorial board of Archeologia e Calcolatori.

Editorial board of Cambridge Archaeological Journal.

Editorial board of Journal of European Archaeology.

Editorial Board of Home Culture

Editorial Board of Archaeologies

Advisory board of Rural History: Economy, Society, Culture.

Advisory board of Journal of Material Culture.

Editorial panel of Journal of Social Archaeology.

General editor of series for B. Blackwell, Oxford, entitled: Social Archaeology (series ended 2001)

General editor (with R Preucel) of series for University of Pennsylvania Press, and then Altamira Press entitled Archaeology, Society and Culture (from 2001)

Main Administration and External Committees

Academic Secretary of the Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge 1980 to 1982, and 1986 to 1989. Secretary of the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge, 1984 & 1989. Senior Examiner and Chairman of Examiners. Appointments Committee.

Secretary of the Cambridgeshire Archaeological Committee, 1980 to 1986.

Chairman and member of University Liaison Committee, I.F.A. 1988-90.

Chairman, Career Development and Training Committee, I.F.A., 1990-1992.

National Committee and Executive Committee for World Archaeological Congress, 1986. Elected North European representative 1988.

Founding Committee for European Association of Archaeologists 1991-1995.

Member of British Universities Archaeological Committee, and Departmental representative on SCUPHA, 1987 to 1989.

Examiner for University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate, Archaeology 'A' level, 1984-86.

External Examiner, Southampton University, 1989-1992; St. David's University College, Lampeter 1991-1994.

Organiser of Darwin Lecture Series, Cambridge, 1999

Chair, Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Stanford University 2001- 2005; Humanities and Sciences Appointments and Promotions Committee 2001-3; Co-Director of Archaeology Center, Stanford University 2000-2; Director of Archaeology Center, Stanford University 2006-9; Stanford University Committee for the Review of Undergraduate Majors 2007-9, Chair 2008-9.

Academic Advisory Committee for Global Heritage Fund 2001-2012

Advisory Board for John Templeton Foundation 2010-2014

Selection Committee for Shangai Archaeology Forum, Institute of Archaeology, Beijing 2013-

Advisory Board for Koç University Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations 2016-2018

Principal Guest Lectures

1984 Introductory lecture at conference on Spatial Archaeology, University of Teruel, Spain.
1985 McDonald-Currie Lecturer, McGill University, Canada.
1988 Introductory lecture, conference on Spatial Archaeology, Universidad Lusiada, Lisbon.
1989

Lecture and concluding address at conference in Faro, Portugal.
Plenary debate at Society for American Archaeology, Atlanta.
Distinguished Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.
Lecture and plenary discussant in conference on gender archaeology, University of Calgary.

1990 Guest speaker, Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, Bergen.
1991 The Munroe Lectures, Edinburgh University.
1992 Keynote address, Megaliths conference, Mannheim.
1995 Special Guest Lecture, Swedish Society of Antiquaries, Stockholm.
1996

Distinguished Lecturer, Department of Anthropology University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
Guest Lecturer at UN Habitat II Conference, Istanbul.

1997 The Meyerstein Lecture, Oxford University.
1998

The Sir Mortimer Wheeler Memorial Lecture at the British Academy.
Annual General Meeting Lecture for British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara (London).
The Kevorkian Lecture, University of Pennsylvania.

1999

Keynote speaker, Society for Californian Archaeology Annual Meeting, Sacramento.
Keynote speaker, Conference on ‘Consumption rituals’, Bilkent University, Ankara.

2000

Skomp Distinguished Lecturer, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
Plenary address, Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Canada.

2001 Distinguished Guest Lecture at national meeting of the Society for Brazilian Archaeology, Rio de Janeiro.
2002 Trude Dothan Lectures at Al-Quds University, Hebrew University and Albright Institute, Jerusalem.
Hooker Distinguished Visiting Professorship, McMaster University, Canada.
Shallit Lecturer, Brigham Young University, Utah.
Distinguished Lecturer, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.
2003 Waring Distinguished Public Lecturer, University of West Georgia.
2004

Plenary address, American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting, San Antonio,Texas.
Plenary address to British Association for Near Eastern Archaeology, Reading.

2005

Distinguished Plenary Speaker at Wye River Conference on Palestinian-Israeli Shared Past, University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
Annual General Meeting Lecture for British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara (London).

2006

Keynote address at World Archaeological Congress Inter-Congress, Osaka, Japan.
Context and Human Society Lecture Series, Boston University.
William D. Lipe Visiting Scholar in Archaeological Method and Theory, Washington State University.
Childe Lecture, University College London.

2007

The Dalrymple Lectures, Glasgow University.

2008

Plenary address at Theoretical Archaeology Group, New York.
Felix Neuberg Lecture, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

2009

Founder’s Lecture, Peabody Museum, Harvard University.
E.H. Young Memorial Lecture, University of Bristol.
Huxley Memorial Lecture, Royal Anthropological Institute, London.

2010

Waynflete Lecture, Oxford University.
Keble Lecture, Oxford University.

2011

Keynote address at Times of Change conference, Free University, Berlin.
Keynote address at Materiality conference, Istanbul Technical University.

2012

Keynote address at Society for California Archaeology, San Diego.
Keynote address at Materiality conference, Heidelberg University.

2013

Alan Hall Memorial Lecture, British Institute at Ankara, London.
Keynote address read at Norwegian Archaeological Meeting, Tromso, Norway.

2014

Keynote address in social science conference at Center for Advanced Studies in the University of Oslo.

2015

Keynote address Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, Istanbul.
Sune Lindqvist Lecture, Uppsala, Sweden.

2016

Anthony McNicoll Lectures, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide.

2017

Fyssen International Prize Lecture, Musée de l’Homme, Paris

 

Other Guest Lectures and Seminars Abroad (Externally funded. Not listed are UK lectures and conferences prior to 1999, and Bay Area lectures and USA conferences since 1999)

1978

Spatial analysis in archaeology, Binghamton, U.S.A. Lectures at Ann Arbor, Michigan and New York.

1979

British Council visit to Institute of Archaeology, University of Mexico to give lectures and arrange exchange programme.

1980 Lecture at Brown University, Rhode Island.
1981

Public lectures and seminars at Northwestern University, Chicago and University of California, Los Angeles.
Multivariate analysis in archaeology, Tromso, Norway. Ten day course.
British Council and Government of Norway lecture tour of all Archaeology Departments in Universities and Museums in Norway.

1982

Lecture at the Institute of Near Eastern Studies, Lyon, France.
Lectures at Institute for Prehistoric Archaeology, Aarhus and at the University and Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark.

1983

Lectures at SUNY, Binghamton and University of Maryland and to Anthropological Society of Washington.
Lectures at the Historika Museum, Lund University, Sweden.

1985

Conference on Style, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
School of American Research, Advanced Seminar, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Lectures in EEC sponsored course on African Archaeology, Brussels.

1986

Lecture in conference on Archaeological Methods and Theory, Rome.
Public lecture at Fort Lewis College, Durango, Colorado.
Lecture course in Department of Prehistory, Universidad Complutense, Madrid.

1987

Lectures at University of California, Berkeley and Santa Cruz; Columbia University, New York.
Lecture in National Museum, University of Oslo.
Lecture course in Department of Archaeology, University of Tromso, Norway.

1988

Research Seminar: Centre for Research in the Humanities, Copenhagen University.
Seminar at Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi.
Lecture in Department of Anthropology, SUNY, Buffalo, New York.

1989

UNESCO advisor to Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi.
Wenner Gren seminar, Lisbon, Portugal.
Lecture in New Directions conference, Carbondale, Illinois.
Lecture at Historical Museum, University of Bergen.

1990

Teaching of advanced seminar at Institute of Anthropological Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Lecture in University of South Carolina and teaching of advanced staff seminar at Hamline College, Minnesota.
Lectures in Warsaw and Poznan Universities, Poland.
Lectures in Bilbao, Portugal.

1991

Lecturer at Department of Archaeology, University of Thessaloniki, Greece.
Lecture at National Museum, Copenhagen.

1992

Lecture at Institute of Egyptology, Heidelberg.
Lecture at University of Wisconsin, Madison.

1993

Lectures in Institute of Archaeology, Prague.
Lecture and Seminar course at Dept. of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.

1994

Lectures at Science Museum and Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Lecture at Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles.
Seminar and Lecture course at La Plata and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Lecture in Department of Anthropology, Harvard University

1995

Lectures and Conference in Universities of Sydney and Canberra.
Lectures in Stockholm, Uppsala and Gothenberg, Sweden.
Lecture course at University of Cape Town, South Africa.

1996

Lectures at Department of Archaeology, University of Gothenberg, Sweden
Lectures in Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
Lecture in Department of Anthropology, University of La Paz, Bolivia

1997

Lecture series in University of Copenhagen
Lectures in Tokyo, Kyusyu and Lake Biwa, Japan
Lecture course in University of Santiago, Chile

1998

Lecture in Department of Anthropology, Stanford University, USA
Lectures in Department of Archaeology, Istanbul University
Lecture in Ljubljana conference on the Neolithic
Lectures in the Department of Archaeology, University of Thessaloniki

1999

Lectures in Warsaw, Poznan and Lodz, Poland
Graduate course in Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
Participant and speaker in ICCROM Forum on ‘Valuing heritage – beyond economics’, Rome; and participant in World Bank/UNESCO conference ‘Culture Counts’, Florence
Lecture course in Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, University of Vienna, Austria

2000

Lecture in Cotsen Archaeological Institute, University of California, Los Angeles
Lecture in University of Lund, Sweden
Lecture at University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain
Lecture in conference on Art and Archaeology, Sainsbury Centre, University of East Anglia, Norwich

2001

Lectures at the British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara, London, at the Turkish Embassy, London and at the British Museum
Lecture at University of California, Santa Barbara
Lecture course in Society for Brazilian Archaeology Conference, Rio de Janeiro
Guest lectures at University of Gothenberg, Sweden

2002

Lecture to Oxford Archaeological Society and Turkish Society
Public lecture at Science Museum of Minnesota
Lectures in INAH, Mexico City
Lecture in Humboldt University, Berlin
Lectures at University of Colorado at Boulder

2003

Lecture in conference on Balkan Neolithic, Cardiff
Çatalhöyük session at conference on archaeological science, Oxford

2004

Lecture in University of Lecce, Italy
Organizer of Euromed TEMPER conference, Rhodes

2005

Lecture at University of California, San Diego
Lectures at University of Poznan, Poland
Lectures at University of Thessaloniki, Greece

2006

Lecture at Society of Antiquaries, London
Garrod Lecture, Cambridge University
Speech at Cambridge University Annual Field Club Dinner
Lecture at Leiden University, Netherlands
Graduate course at Department of Prehistory, Autonomous University, Barcelona
Lecture at Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago

2007

Workshop at Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Germany
Lecture in UC London, seminar on Archaeology in Anatolia
Conference at Sorbonne on Heritage and Social Conflict
Lecture in Institute of Archaeology, Beijing
Lecture for British Academy BASIS.

2008

Lecture at Smithsonian, Washington DC
Lecture at University of Pennsylvania Museum
Lecture at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Lecture at Ankara Museum

2009

Organizer of Theoretical Archaeology Group at Stanford
Lecture and session organizer at British Science Festival, Guildford, UK
Lecture in Origins Center, Johannesburg, South Africa
Public lecture at Louvre, Paris
Lecture at Department of Archaeology, Leicester University
Lecture at Department of Archaeology, Edinburgh University
Lecture at Institute of Archaeology, Oxford University

2010

Lecture at Musée du Quai Branly, Paris
Lecture at Institute of Archaeology, Université Paris X, Nanterre
Lecture at Department of Archaeology, Koç University, Istanbul

2011

Lecture at Materiality conference, Leiden, Netherlands
Graduate course at University of Cordoba, Argentina
Lecture at Department of Archaeology, Manchester University

2012

Lecture at Institut d’Art et d’Archéologie, Paris 1 – Sorbonne
Seminar at Musée de Quai Branly, Paris
Lecture in conference on UNESCO World Heritage, University of Pennsylvania
Workshop talk in Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania

2013

Paper read at Mellon Conference on Materiality, New York University
Lecture and seminar at Department of Anthropology, University of Arizona, Tucson
Lectures in Cusco and Lima, Peru.
Lecture in Boğazici University, Istanbul
Lecture in University of Guayaquil, Ecuador
Lecture in Department of Anthropology, Yale University.
Lecture and seminar at Department of Archaeology, University of Leiden.
Seminar at Free University, Berlin.

2014

Lectures in University of Queensland, Brisbane.
Lecture at Duke University, N. Carolina.
Organizer of session at European Association of Archaeologists Annual Conference in Istanbul.
Lecture in the Department of Archaeology, Oslo University.

2015

Lecture in Department of Archaeology, Reading University.
Lecture in Keble College, Oxford University.
Lecture in Current World Archaeology meeting, London.
Lecture in Department of Archaeology, University of Poznan, Poland.

2016

Lecture in Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA.
Lecture in Neolithic conference, Free University, Berlin.
Lecture in Natural History Museum, Paris.

2017

Conversazione with Andrea Carandini, American Academy in Rome.
Lectures in Roma Tre University and in American University in Rome.
Lecture at University of North Carolina.
Lectures at Keble College and Institute of Archaeology, Oxford.

Publications

Authored Volumes
1976

With C. Orton. Spatial analysis in archaeology, Cambridge University Press (Translated into Japanese and Spanish).

1982

Symbols in action. Ethnoarchaeological studies of material culture. Cambridge University Press.
The present past. An introduction to anthropology for archaeologists. Batsford, London. (Reprinted by Pen & Sword Books, Barnsley, in 2012 with new introduction.)

1986 Reading the past. Current approaches to interpretation in archaeology.
Revised editions in 1991 and (with S. Hutson) in 2003. Cambridge University Press. (Translated into Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Lithuanian, Greek (First and Third editions), Macedonian, Chinese (First and Third editions), Korean, Turkish, Indonesian).
1990

The domestication of Europe: structure and contingency in Neolithic societies. Blackwell, Oxford. (Translated into Polish).

1992

Theory and practice in archaeology. (Collected papers), Routledge, London. (Translated into Turkish).

1999

The archaeological process. An introduction.  Blackwell, Oxford.

2004

Archaeology beyond dialogue. (Collected papers). University of Utah Press

2006

The leopard’s tale. Revealing the mysteries of Çatalhöyük. Thames and Hudson, London. (Translated into Turkish, Second edition 2014).

2012

Entangled. An archaeology of the relationships between humans and things. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. (Translated into Greek and Turkish)

2016

Studies in human-thing entanglement. Published on-line at academia.edu, researchgate, and ian-hodder.com

Edited Volumes

1978

The spatial organisation of culture. Duckworth, London.
Simulation studies in archaeology. Cambridge University Press.

1981

With G. Isaac and N. Hammond. Pattern of the past: studies in honour of David Clarke. Cambridge University Press.

1982

Symbolic and structural archaeology. Cambridge University Press. (Paperback edition 2006)

1987

The archaeology of contextual meanings. Cambridge University Press.
Archaeology as long term history. Cambridge University Press.

1989

The meanings of things: material culture and symbolic expression. Unwin Hyman, London.

1991

Archaeological theory in Europe. The last three decades. Routledge, London. (Re-issued 2014)

1994

With M. Shanks et al. Interpreting Archaeology. Routledge, London.

1996

With R. Preucel, Contemporary archaeology in theory. Blackwell, London.

2001

Archaeological theory today. Polity Press, Cambridge. (Second revised edition 2011)

2003

With S. Sweeney. The body. Cambridge University Press

2007

With Louise Doughty. Mediterranean prehistoric heritage. Training, education and management. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge.

2010

Religion in the emergence of civilization. Çatalhöyük as a case study. Cambridge University Press. (Translated into Turkish.)

2014

Religion at work in a Neolithic society: vital matters. Cambridge University Press.

2015

With Arek Marciniak. Assembling Çatalhöyük. European Association of Archaeologists, Themes in Contemporary Archaeology 1. Maney, London.

Monographs

1982

The Iron Age and Romano-British settlement at Wendens Ambo, Essex. Monograph Passmore Edwards Museum, London.

1996

On the surface: Çatalhöyük 1993-95. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 1. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monograph No. 22.

2000

Towards reflexive method in archaeology: the example at Çatalhöyük. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 2. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monograph No. 28.

2005

Inhabiting Çatalhöyük: reports from the 1995-99 seasons. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 4. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monograph No. 38.
Changing materialities at Çatalhöyük: reports from the 1995-99 seasons. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 5. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monograph No. 39.
Çatalhöyük perspectives: themes from the 1995-99 seasons. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 6. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monograph No. 40.

2006

With C. Evans. A woodland archaeology. Neolithic sites at Haddenham. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research and English Heritage. The Haddenham Project Volume 1.
With C. Evans. Marshland communities and cultural landscapes. From the Bronze Age to the present day. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research and English Heritage. The Haddenham Project Volume 2.

2007

Excavating Çatalhöyük: South, North and KOPAL Area reports from the 1995-99 seasons. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 3. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research / British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara Monograph.

2013

Humans and landscapes of Çatalhöyük: reports from the 2000-2008 seasons. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 8. British Institute at Ankara Monograph No. 47 / Monumenta Archaeologica 30. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press.
Substantive technologies at Çatalhöyük: reports from the 2000-2008 seasons. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 9. British Institute at Ankara Monograph No. 48 / Monumenta Archaeologica 31. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press.

2014

Çatalhöyük excavations: the 2000-2008 seasons. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 7. British Institute at Ankara Monograph No. 46 / Monumenta Archaeologica 29. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press
Integrating Çatalhöyük: themes from the 2000-2008 seasons. Çatalhöyük Reseach Project Series Volume 10. British Institute at Ankara Monograph No. 49 / Monumenta Archaeologica 32. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press.

 

Main Articles (grouped thematically)

General Archaeology
1979

Social and economic stress and material culture patterning. American Antiquity 44, 446-54.
Simulating the growth of hierarchies. In Renfrew, C. and Cooke, K. (eds.) Transformations: mathematical approaches to culture change. Academic Press.

1980

Social structure and cemeteries: a critical appraisal. In Rahtz, P., Dickinson, T. and Watts, L. (eds.) Anglo Saxon Cemeteries. BAR British Series 82.

1981

Towards a mature archaeology. In Hodder, I., Isaac, G. and Hammond, N. (eds.) Pattern of the Past. Cambridge University Press.
Pottery, production and use: a theoretical discussion. In Morris, Ed. (ed.) Ceramics and archaeology.Southampton.

1982

Toward a contextual approach to prehistoric exchange. In Earle, T. and Ericson, J. (eds.) Contexts for prehistoric exchange. Academic Press, 199-211.
Theoretical archaeology: a reactionary view. In Hodder, I. (ed.) Structural and Symbolic archaeology.Cambridge University Press.

1984

Beyond processual archaeology. In Stjernquist, B. (ed.) Monograph of Historical Museum. Lund University.
Archaeology in 1984. Antiquity 58, 25-32.
Ideology and power - the archaeological debate. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 2, 347-353.

1985

Post-processual archaeology. In Schiffer, M. (ed.) Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory, 8. Academic Press, New York. 1-26.

1986

Politics and ideology in the World Archaeological Congress 1985. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 5, 113-119.
Digging for symbols in science and history: a reply. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 52, 352-356.

1987

The contextual analysis of symbolic meanings. In Hodder, I. (ed.) The archaeology of contextual meanings. Cambridge University Press.
The contribution of the long term. In Hodder, I. (ed.) Archaeology as long term history. Cambridge University Press.
La arqueologia en la era post-moderna. Trabajos de prehistoria 44, 11-26.

1988

The creative process in long-term perspective. Journal of Social and Biological Structures 11, 99-101.

1989

This is not an article about material culture as text. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 8, 250-69.
Writing archaeology: the example of site reports in context. Antiquity 63, 268-74.
Archaeology in the 1990's: a critical view. Norwegian Archeological Review 22, 15-18.
Postmodernism, poststructuralism and postprocessual archaeology. In Hodder, I. (ed.). The meanings of things. Unwin Hyman, London.

1990

Style as historical quality. In Conkey, M. and Hastorf, C. (eds.) The uses of style in archaeology. Cambridge University Press.

1991 Interpretative archaeology and its role. American Antiquity 56, 7-18.
(With C. Hastorf) Archaeology and the other. In T. Earle (ed.) Archaeology and the public. U.C.L.A. Monograph Series
Archaeological theory in contemporary European societies: the emergence of competing traditions. In Hodder, I.(ed.) Archaeological theory in Europe. Routledge, London.
Gender representation and social reality. In The archaeology of gender. The Archaeological Association, University of Calgary.
The current theoretical debate. In Preucel, B. (ed.) Processual and post processual archaeologies. University of Illinois, Carbondale.
1992 Material practice, symbolism and ideology. In Proceedings of the Theoretical Archaeology Conference, Bergen. Historical Museum, Bergen.
1993

Changing configurations. In Hunter, J. & Ralston, I. (eds.) Archaeological Resource Management in the U.K. Institute of Field Archaeologists, 11-19.
The narrative and rhetoric of material culture sequences. World Archaeology 25, 268-82.

1994

Discussion: The Dutch experience experienced from Britain. Archaeological Dialogues 1.1, 36-38.
The interpretation of documents and material culture. In Denzin, N. K. and Lincoln, Y.S. (eds) Handbook of Qualitative Research. Sage, 393-402.

1995

Symbolic and cognitive studies in archaeology. Semiotica 107, 81-88.
Fighting back on the Plains. In Duke, P. and Wilson, M.C. (eds) Beyond Subsistence. Plains archaeology and the postprocessual critique. University of Alabama Press, 235-40.
Interpretation in archaeology. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 5:2, 306-9.
Towards a contextual methodology. In Kuna, M. and Venclova, N. (eds) Whither archaeology? Institute of Archaeology, Prague.
Of mice and men: Collingwood and the development of archaeological thought. In Boucher, D., Connolly, I. and Modood, T. (eds) Philosophy, history and civilisation, University of Wales Press, Cardiff, 364-383.

1996

Multi-media data management in the context of contemporary cultural theory. In Vatsyayan, K. (eds) Computerizing cultures, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi.
La arqueologia y el otro. Boletin de Antropologia 10, 128-136.

1997

‘Always momentary, fluid and flexible’: towards a reflexive excavation methodology. Antiquity 71, 691-700.
The gender screen. In Moore, J. and Scott, E. (eds) Invisible people and processes, Leicester University Press, London, 75-80.

1998

Trazando el mapa del pasado postmoderno. Trabajos de Prehistoria 55: 5-17
Creative thought: a long-term perspective. In S Mithen (ed) Creativity in human evolution and prehistory Routledge, London 61-77
Whose rationality? A response to F. Hassan, Antiquity 72, 21-27.
The past as passion and play: Çatalhöyük as a site of conflict in the construction of multiple pasts. In L Meskell (ed) Archaeology Under Fire: nationalism, politics and heritage in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. Routledge, London pp 124-39.
Representations of Representations of Representations. In Thema des Jahres " Artefakt und Öffentlichkeit Museum-Movie-Multimedia" Symposium 27-29 April 1999, 55 –64

1999

A response to Yannis Hamilakis. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology1: 83-85
Archaeology and global information systems. Internet Archaeology 6 (http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue6/hodder_index.html)

2000

Agency and individuals in long-term processes. In M-A Dobres and J Robb (eds) Agency in archaeology. Routledge, London. pp 21-33

2001

Archaeology and globalism. The David Skomp Distinguished Lectures in Anthropology. Department of Anthropology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana

2002

Ethics and archaeology: the attempt at Çatalhöyük. Near Eastern Archaeology 65, 174-182

2003

Archaeology as a discontinuous domain. In Todd L. Van Pool and Christine, S. VanPool (eds) Essential tensions in archaeological method and theory. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Pp 5-8
Archaeological reflexivity and the “local” voice. Anthropological Quarterly 76.1: 55-69
Sustainable time travel: toward a global politics of the past. In The politics of archaeology and identity in the global context Archaeological Institute of America Colloquia and Conference Papers, pp 139-147

2004

The ‘social’ in archaeological theory: an historical and contemporary perspective. In L. Meskell and R. Preucel (eds) A companion to social archaeology. Blackwell, Oxford. Pp. 23-42

2005

An archaeology of the four-field approach in anthropology in the United States. In Daniel Segal and Sylvia Yanagisako (eds) Unwrapping the sacred bundle. Reflections on the disciplining of anthropology. Duke University Press, Durham pp 126-140
Reflexive methods. In H.D.G. Maschner and C. Chippindale (eds) Handbook of archaeological methods. Altmira Press, New York. Pp 643-669.

2006

Triggering post-processual archaeology and beyond. In R.F. Williamson and M.S. Bisson (eds) The archaeology of Bruce Trigger. Theoretical empiricism. McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal. Pp 16-24.

2007

Looking back at Symbolic and Structural Archaeology. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 17(2), 200-225.

2008

Towards the good archaeological citizen: a commentary. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 23(1), 143-50
Multivocality and social archaeology. In J. Habu, C. Fawcett and J. Matsunaga (eds) Evaluating multiple narratives. Beyond nationalist, colonialist, imperialist archaeologies. Springer, New York. Pp 196-200.

2009

Thinking about stratigraphic sequence in social terms. Archaeological Dialogues 16(1), 1-22. (with Patricia McAnany)

2010

Cultural heritage rights: from ownership and descent to justice and well-being. Anthropological Quarterly 83(4), 861-882.

2011

Human-thing entanglement: towards an integrated archaeological perspective. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 17, 154-177.
An archaeology of the self: the prehistory of personhood. In van Huyssteen, J.W. and Wiebe, E.P. (eds) In Search of Self. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. pp 50-69.
Is a shared past possible? The ethics and practice of archaeology in the 21st century. In K. Okamura and A. Matsuda (eds.) New Perspectives in Global Public Archaeology. New York: Springer. Pp 19-28.

2014

The entanglements of humans and things: a long-term view. New Literary History 45, 19–36.
A life in books. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 20, 367-370.
Power, politics and entanglement, Primitive Tider 16, 7-18.
Dis-entangling entanglement: a response to my critics. Forum Kritische Archäologie 3, 162-170. http://www.kritischearchaeologie.de/repositorium/fka/2014_12_Hodder.pdf.

2015

Berggren, Å., Dell'Unto, N., Forte, M., Haddow, S., Hodder, I., Issavi, J., Lercari, M., Mazzucato, C., Mickel, A., Taylor, J.S. Revisiting reflexive archaeology at Çatalhöyük: integrating digital and 3D technologies at the trowel's edge. Antiquity 89 (344), 433 – 448.
With A. Mol. Network analysis and entanglement. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. DOI: 10.1007/s10816-015-9259-6

Prehistoric Europe and Middle East.

1977

With J. Hedges. The typology and distribution of Iron Age weaving combs. In Collis, J. (ed.) The Iron Age in Britain: a review. Sheffield.

1978

With Elliott, K. and Ellman, D. The simulation of Neolithic axe dispersal in Britain. In Hodder, I. (ed.) Simulation Studies in Archaeology. Cambridge University Press.

1979

With Bradley, R. British prehistory: an integrated view. Man 14.
With Blackmore, C. and Braithwaite, M. Social and cultural patterning in the late Iron Age in Southern England. In Burnham, B. and Kingsbury, J. (eds.) Space, hierarchy and society. BAR International Series 59.
With Halstead, P. and Jones, G. Behavioural archaeology and refuse patterns: a case study. Norwegian Archaeological Review 11, 118-131.

1982

With Lane, P. Exchange and reduction: an examination of Neolithic axe distribution in Britain. In Earle, T., and Ericson, J. (eds.) Contexts for prehistoric exchange. Academic Press, 213-235.
Sequences of structural change in the Dutch Neolithic. In Hodder, I. (ed.) Structural and Symbolic archaeology. Cambridge University Press.

1982-89

Reports on excavations at Haddenham. Cambridgeshire Archaeological Annual Reports 1981-88. See also Fenland Research, 2-4.

1984

Intensive survey of prehistoric sites in the Stilo region, Calabria. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 50, 212-250.
Burials, houses, women and men in the European Neolithic. In Miller, D. and Tilley, C. (eds.) Ideology, power and prehistory. Cambridge University Press.

1987

Contextual archaeology: an interpretation of Catal Hüyük and a discussion of the origins of agriculture. Bulletin of the Institute of Archaeology 24, 43-56.
The Fenlands of East Anglia, England: survey and excavation (with Hall, Evans and Pryor). In Coles, J. and Lawson, A. (eds.) European wetlands in prehistory.

1988

Material culture 'texts' and social change: a theoretical discussion and some archaeological examples. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 54, 67-75.
The Haddenham long barrow: an interim statement (with Paul Shand). Antiquity 62, 349-53.

1994

Architecture and meaning: the example of Neolithic houses and tombs. In Parker Pearson, M. and Richards, C. (eds) Architecture & Order. Routledge 73-86.

1996

Çatalhöyük: 9,000 year-old housing and settlement in central Anatolia. In Housing and Settlement in Anatolia, The History Foundation, Istanbul 43-48.
Re-opening Çatalhöyük. Ilgi 84, 8-11

1998

The domus: some problems reconsidered. In Edmonds, E. and Richards, C. (eds) Understanding the Neolithic of NW Europe. Cruithne Press, 84-101
(with Roger Matthews) Çatalhöyük: the 1990s seasons. In R. Matthews (ed) Ancient Anatolia BIAA, 43-52
Dialogue contribution to Bender, B. Stonehenge Berg, 190-198

1999

The Wet and Dry: Symbolic Archaeology in the Wetlands. In Ancient Lakes, their Cultural and Biological Diversity, ed. Hiroya Kawanabe, George W. Coulter, and Anna C. Rossevelt. Kenobi Productions, 61-73.
Megaliths - Production and Reproduction. In The Megalithic Phenomenon, recent research and ethnoarchaeological approaches, ed. K.W. Beinhauer, G. Cooney, C.E Guksch and S. Kus. Verlag Beier & Beran, Archäologische Fachliteratur, Weissbach 1999, 29-36
British Prehistory: Some Thoughts Looking In. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 10:2: 376-80.
Symbolism at Çatalhöyük. In J. Coles, R. Bealey & P. Mellars (eds) World Prehistory. Studies in Memory of Grahame Clark. Proceedings of the British Academy 99. Oxford University Press.
Renewed work at Çatalhöyük. In M. Özdoğan (ed) Neolithic in Turkey. Arkeoloji ve Sanat Yayınları, Istanbul. Pp 157-164.

2004 

Daily practice and social memory at Çatalhöyük. (with C. Cessford) American Antiquity 69, 17-40
Women and men at Çatalhöyük. Scientific American 290(1), 67-73.
Neo-thingness. In J. Cherry, C.Scarre and S. Shennan (eds) Explaining social change: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monographs. 45-52.

2005

The spatio-temporal organization of the early ‘town’ at Çatalhöyük. In D. Bailey, A. Whittle and V. Cummings (eds) (un)settling the Neolithic. Oxbow, Oxford. Pp 126-139.

2006

The spectacle of daily performance at Çatalhöyük. In T. Inomata and L. S. Coben (eds) Archaeology of performance. Theaters of power, community, and politics. Altamira, Lanham. Pp 81-102.

2007

Çatalhöyük. In C. Lichter (ed) Die ältesten Monumente der Menschheit. Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe. Pp 124-5.
Çatalhöyük in the context of the Middle Eastern Neolithic. Annual Review of Anthropology 36, 105-120.

2008

R. P. Evershed, S. Payne, A. G. Sherratt, M. S. Copley, J. Coolidge, D. Urem-Kotsu, K. Kotsakis, M. Özdoğan, A. Özdoğan, O. Nieuwenhuyse, P. M. M. G. Akkermans, D. Bailey, R. Andeescu, S. Campbell, S. Farid, I. Hodder, N. Yalman, M. Özbaşaran, E. Bıçakc, Y. Garfinkel, T. Levy and M. M. Burton. Earliest date for milk use in the Near East and southeastern Europe linked to cattle herding. Nature 445, 528-31.

2009

An archaeological response. Paléorient 35(1), 109-111.

2010

Atalay, S., Çamurcuoğlu, D., Hodder, I., Moser, S., Orbaşlı, A. and Pye E. 2010. Protecting and exhibiting Çatalhöyük. TÜBA-KED 8, 155-166.

2011

(with Lynn Meskell) A ‘curious and sometimes a trifle macabre artistry’: some aspects of symbolism in Neolithic Turkey. Current Anthropology 52(2), 235-263.
Wheels of time: some aspects of entanglement theory and the Secondary Products Revolution. Journal of World Prehistory 24, 175-187.
Çatalhöyük: a prehistoric settlement on the Konya Plain. In S.R. Steadman and G. McMahon (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Ancient Anatolia. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 934-949.

2012

The role of religion in the Neolithic of the Middle East and Anatolia with particular reference to Çatalhöyük. Paléorient 37, 111-122.
History-making in prehistory: examples from Çatalhöyük and the Middle East. In A.M. Jones, J.Pollard, M. J. Allen and J. Gardiner (eds) Image, Memory and Monumentality. Archaeological Engagements with the Material Worlds: a Celebration of the Academic Achievements of Professor Richard Bradley. Prehistoric Society Research Paper 5. Oxford: Oxbow. 184-93.
Çatalhöyük. A summary of recent work concerning architecture. In B. Söğüt (ed) Ahmet A. Tırpan’a Armağan / Festschrift for Ahmet A. Tırpan. İstanbul: Ege Yayınları.
The social change of Çatalhöyük: a small town in Turkey 9000 years ago. Cultural Relics in Southern China 3, 16-20.

2013

From diffusion to structural transformation: the changing roles of the Neolithic house in the Middle East, Turkey and Europe. In D Hofmann and J Smyth (eds) Tracking the Neolithic House in Europe. New York: Springer. 349-362.
Human-thing evolution: the selection and persistence of traits at Çatalhöyük, Turkey. In S. Bergerbrant and S. Sabatini (eds) Counterpoint: Essays in Archaeology and Heritage Studies in Honour of Professor Kristian Kristiansen. BAR International Series 2508. Oxford: Archaeopress. 583-591.
Why do pot styles change? A consideration of culture change from the perspective of Çatalhöyük. In M. Tekocak (ed) Studies in Honour of K. Levent Zoroğlu. Antalya: Suna and İnan Kıraç Research Institute on Mediterranean Civilizations. 293-304.

2014

Çatalhöyük: the leopard changes its spots. A summary of recent work. Anatolian Studies 64, 1-22.

2015

Bayliss, A., Brock, F., Farid, S., Hodder, I., Southon, J, Taylor, R.R. Getting to the bottom of it all: a Bayesian approach to dating the start of Çatalhöyük. Journal of World Prehistory 27 DOI 10.1007/s10963-015-9083-7

2016

More on history houses at Çatalhöyük: a response to Carleton et al. Journal of Archaeological Science 10.1016/j.jas.2015.10.010
Degrees of dependence: the example of the introduction of pottery in the Middle East and at Çatalhöyük. In L. Der and F. Fernandini (eds) The Archaeology of Entanglement. London: Routledge.. 235-50.

2017

Things and the slow Neolithic: the Middle Eastern transformation. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory DOI 10.1007/s10816-017-9336-0

Archaeology and Ethnography

1976

Kenya and Iron Age Britain. Current Archaeology 54, 208-9.

1977

The distribution of material culture items in the Baringo district, W. Kenya. Man 12, 239-69.
Ethnoarchaeology in western Kenya. In Spriggs, M.(ed.) Archaeology and Anthropology. BAR Oxford.

1978

Boundary maintenance and material culture in the Baringo district, Kenya. Hikuin 5, Aarhus, Denmark.

1979

Pottery distributions: service and tribal areas. In Millett, M. (ed.) Pottery and the archaeologist. Occasional Publication No. 4, Institute of Archaeology, London.

1980

Interpretation of spatial variation in material culture: some suggestions and hypotheses. In Leakey, R. and Ogot, B.A. (eds.) Proceedings of the VIIIth Panafrican Congress of Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, Nairobi.Tillmiap, Nairobi.
Ethnoarchéologie: une approche contextuelle. Nouvelles de l'archéologie 4, 24-30.

1981

Society, Economy and culture: an ethnographic case study amongst the Lozi. In Hodder, I., Isaac, G. and Hammond, N. (eds.) Pattern of the Past. Cambridge University Press.

1983

Material culture studies in Cambridge. Royal Anthropological Institute Newsletter 59, 13-14.

1984

Ethnoarchaeology: application of the general theory. In Stjernquist, B. (ed.) Monograph of Historical Museum. Lund University.

1985

Boundaries as strategies: an ethnoarchaeological study. In Green, S.W. and Perlman, S.M. (eds.) The Archaeology of frontiers and boundaries. Academic Press, New York.

1986

From ethnoarchaeology to material culture studies. Dialoghi di Archeologia 3(1), 93-97.

1987

The meaning of discard: ash and domestic space in Baringo. In Kent, S. Method and Theory in Activity Area Research. Columbia University Press.
Bow ties and pet foods: material culture and change in British industry. In Hodder, I. (ed.) The Archaeology of contextual meanings. Cambridge University Press.

1992

The decoration of containers: an ethnoarchaeological study. In Longacre, W. (ed.) The ethnoarchaeology of pottery variability. School of American Research, University of New Mexico Press.

Spatial archaeology

1971

The use of nearest neighbour analysis. Cornish Archaeology 10, 35-6.

1972

The interpretation of spatial patterns in archaeology: two examples. Area 4, 223-9.

1974

A regression analysis of some trade and marketing patterns. World Archaeology 6, 172-89.

1977

Geographical techniques and the Mycenaean archaeologist. In Bintliff, J. and Chadwick, J. (eds.) Mycenaean Geography. Cambridge.
Preface to Clarke, D.L. (ed.) Spatial archaeology. Academic Press.
New developments in the analysis of archaeological distributions. In Clarke, D.L. (ed.) Spatial Archaeology. Academic Press.
Iron Age distribution maps - how are they to be interpreted? In Collis, J. (ed.) The Iron Age in Britain: a review. Sheffield.

 1978

With E. Okell. A new method for assessing the association between distributions. In Hodder, I. (ed.) Simulation studies in archaeology. Cambridge University Press.

1979

Trends and surfaces in archaeology. Concluding chapter in Effland, R. (ed.) Computer graphic applications in archaeology. Arizona State University Anthropological Research Papers of the Department of Anthropology.
Spatial patterns of the past: problems and potentials. In Wrigley, N. (ed.) Statistical applications in the spatial sciences. Pion.

1980

Concluding discussion in Fry, H. (ed.) Models and methods in regional exchange. S.A.A.

1982

With Haselgrove, C. and Kimes, T. A method for the identification of the location of regional cultural boundaries. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 1, 113-131.

1984

New generations of spatial analysis in archaeology. In Arqueologia Espacial. Seminario de Arqueologia y Etnologia Turolense.
With Hivernel, F. Analysis of artifact distribution at Ngenyn (Kenya): depositional and post-depositional effects. In Hietala, H. (ed.) Intra-site locational analysis. Cambridge University Press.

1987

Converging traditions: the search for symbolic meanings in archaeology and geography. In Wagstaff, J.M. (ed.) Landscape and Culture. Blackwell.

Spatial Archaeology: Roman

1971

With M. Hassell. The non-random spacing of Romano-British walled towns. Man 6, 391-407.

1972

Locational models and the study of Romano-British settlement. In Clarke, D.L. (ed.) Models in Archaeology. London, 887-909.

1974

Some marketing models for Romano-British coarse pottery. Britannia 5, 340-59.
The distribution of two types of Romano-British coarse pottery in the West Sussex region. Sussex Archaeological Collections 112, 1-12.
The distribution of Savernake Ware. Wiltshire Archaeological Magazine 69, 67-84.

1975

With M. Fulford. A regression analysis of some later Romano-British fine pottery: a case study. Oxoniensia 39, 26-33.
The spatial distribution of Romano-British small towns. In Rowley, T. and Rodwell, W. (eds.) Small towns of Roman Britain. Oxford.

1976

A model for the distribution of coins in the western Roman Empire. Journal of Archaeological Science 2, 1-23.

1978

Spatial organisation in Roman England and Wales. In Dodgshon, R.A. (ed.) The historical geography of England and Wales. Academic Press.

1980

With Reece, R. An analysis of the distribution of coins in the western Roman Empire. Archaeo-Physika 7, 179-192.
With Millett, M. Romano-British villas and towns: a systematic analysis. World Archaeology 122, 69-76.

Reviews

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including American Anthropologist, Antiquity, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, Man, Progress in Geography, Journal of Historical Geography, Rain, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, Journal of Society of Antiquaries, Journal of Field Archaeology, Semiotica, Times Higher Education Supplement, Times Literary Supplement, Current Anthropology.