Historical Archaeology is the study of the material remains of past societies that also left behind documentary and oral histories. This subfield of archaeology studies the emergence, transformation, and nature of the Modern World. Welcome to the Society for Historical Archaeology Welcome to sha.
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Info on the upcoming conference. Support the nation's historic preservation program. SHA 50 years Exhibit. Check on current iniatives. This entry reviews the historical archaeology of South and Southeast Asia from the inside looking out and from the outside looking in. Most historical archaeological research has conventionally taken place in the New World, where a significant divide exists between pre-Columbian and post-Columbian eras.
Pan-Eurasian developments swept across South and Southeast Asia for millennia before Columbus set sail for the East Indies, so no clear break is evident between an earlier period of cultural and physical isolation and a later period of contact, disease, and colonization. To reconcile this dissonance between conventionally defined historical archaeology and the Asian sequences, this entry defines historical archaeology as the archaeology of capitalism, where capitalism involves the operation of intensive interregional economic interaction.
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How to cite. Introduction and Definition This entry reviews the historical archaeology of South and Southeast Asia from the inside looking out and from the outside looking in. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Acabado, S. A Bayesian approach to dating agricultural terraces: a case from the Philippines.
Antiquity Google Scholar. Bacus, E. Prestige and potency: political economies of protohistoric Visayan polities, in E. Lucero ed. Complex polities in the ancient tropical world : Archeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Barretto-Tesoro, G. Identity and reciprocity in 15th century Philippines. British Archaeological Reports International series Chakrabarti, D. The archaeology of European expansion in India: Gujurat , c.
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Archaeology of early Buddhism. Lanham MD : Altamira Press. Flecker, M. The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology Grave, P. World Archaeology Gutman, P. The Martaban trade: an examination of the literature from the seventh century until the eighteenth century. Asian Perspectives Junker, L. Political economy in the historic period chiefdoms and states of Southeast Asia, in G. Nicholas: Archaeological perspectives on political economies: Lape, P. Contact and colonialism in the Banda Islands, Maluku, Indonesia. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Miksic, J.
Heterogenetic cities in premodern Southeast Asia. Morrison, K. Commerce and culture in South Asia: perspectives from archaeology and history.
Annual Review of Anthropology Smith, M. The archaeology of South Asian cities. Journal of Archaeological Research Trautmann, T. In the beginning was the word: excavating the relations between archaeology and history in South Asia. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient — Further Reading Abraham, S. Chera, Chola, Pandya: using archaeological evidence to identify the Tamil kingdoms of early historic South India.
Allchin, F. The archaeology of early historic South Asia: the emergence of cities and states. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Bougas, W. Patani in the beginning of the XVII century. Archipel Bulbeck, D. Land of iron: the historical archaeology of Luwu and the Cenrana valley. Caldwell, I.
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The early history of Binamu and Bangkala, South Sulawesi. Bijdragen tot de Taal- , Land- en Volkenkunde The archaeology of ancient Indian cities. Delhi: Oxford University Press.