A World History of Nineteenth-Century Archaeology: Nationalism, Colonialism, and the Past

In 1999, while organizing a one-day conference on ‘Nationalism and Archaeology’ held in the London School of Economics, I was encouraged by the well-known scholar of nationalism, the sociologist Anthony Smith, to write an overview. By then I was not new to the subject. Over the years I had been contributing to the lively debate over the value of understanding the political context for the development of archaeology

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