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In this short article the author examines recent developments in landscape archaeology. Having been involved in developing the method known as 'Historic Landscape Characterisation' (HLC) in the UK, he argues that the theoretical perspectives of archaeogeography have much to offer modern landscape archaeologists. As a consequence of such engagements, new opportunities are opening for archaeologists to put their discipline back at the heart of debates about the environment and society in the present and the future. Thus marks a notable change in comparison to earlier decades.
Author(s): Turner S
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Études Rurales
ISSN (electronic): 9782713223259
Publisher: L'École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales