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Indianas Jones sin futuro

Indianas Jones sin futuro

Author: Ignacio Rodríguez Temiño
Publisher: Jas Arqueologia
ISBN: 8493929514
Pages: 443
Year: 2012
Archaeological heritage belongs to the public and its looting is a problem, more when there is private profit from it. This book analyses looting as it happens in Spain, offering an overview of the problem and the legal basis to fight it, also from education and public opinion.
Ethics and Archaeological Praxis

Ethics and Archaeological Praxis

Author: Cristóbal Gnecco, Dorothy Lippert
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1493916467
Pages: 258
Year: 2014-11-10
Restoring the historicity and plurality of archaeological ethics is a task to which this book is devoted; its emphasis on praxis mends the historical condition of ethics. In doing so, it shows that nowadays a multicultural (sometimes also called “public”) ethic looms large in the discipline. By engaging communities “differently,” archaeology has explicitly adopted an ethical outlook, purportedly striving to overcome its colonial ontology and metaphysics. In this new scenario, respect for other historical systems/worldviews and social accountability appear to be prominent. Being ethical in archaeological terms in the multicultural context has become mandatory, so much that most professional, international and national archaeological associations have ethical principles as guiding forces behind their openness towards social sectors traditionally ignored or marginalized by their practices. This powerful new ethics—its newness is based, to a large extent, in that it is the first time that archaeological ethics is explicitly stated, as if it didn’t exist before—emanates from metropolitan centers, only to be adopted elsewhere. In this regard, it is worth probing the very nature of the dominant multicultural ethics in disciplinary practices because (a) it is at least suspicious that at the same time archaeology has tuned up with postmodern capitalist/market needs, and (b) the discipline (along with its ethical principles) is contested worldwide by grass-roots organizations and social movements. Can archaeology have socially committed ethical principles at the same time that it strengthens its relationship with the market and capitalism? Is this coincidence just merely haphazard or does it obey more structural rules? The papers in this book try to answer these two questions by examining praxis-based contexts in which archaeological ethics unfolds.
La defensa penal del Patrimonio arqueológico

La defensa penal del Patrimonio arqueológico

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Uno de los mayores retos a los que se enfrenta el derecho penal de nuestro tiempo, tanto en España como en los países de nuestro entorno, es el de sostener una protección eficaz del Patrimonio Histórico y los bienes culturales, conforme a una lectura constitucional de ambos conceptos que los asocie, ineludiblemente, con aspectos tan esenciales de nuestra convivencia como la ordenación territorial, el acceso y disfrute de la cultura, el orden socio económico o con algunos derechos fundamentales de los ciudadanos que se desprenden de su relación, individual o colectiva, con el entorno histórico en el que todos estamos inmersos. Materia tradicionalmente olvidada por el legislador penal, el paso del tiempo ha demostrado la necesidad de que se articulara una nueva categoría de protección con la publicación del Código Penal español de 1995. Esta regulación, sin embargo, ha seguido lastrada por graves e incomprensibles defectos técnicos e incoherencias de todo tipo que dificultan su aplicación y una interpretación pacífica sobre un aspecto de particular trascendencia para España, como es la protección de su riqueza arqueológica y monumental. Se propone un análisis amplio de la protección de los bienes arqueológicos y, en especial, de sus yacimientos que, concebidos como fuentes de información científica de incalculable valor, han sido con frecuencia centro de polémica y siguen ofreciendo problemas o retos interpretativos para el jurista que hubieran sido impensables hace pocos años. Partiendo de la percepción social que determinó la consagración constitucional de los bienes culturales, el autor lleva a cabo un análisis actualizado de la norma penal que los defiende y de sus complejas relaciones con otras parcelas del ordenamiento jurídico resaltando, al mismo tiempo, un breve bosquejo de las nuevas utilidades y controversias que suscita la dimensión arqueológica en las sociedades de nuestro tiempo como uno de los elementos conformadores de su futuro. Jesús Mª García Calderón, tras su ingreso en la Carrera Fiscal, cubrió sus primeros destinos en las Audiencias Provinciales de Huelva y Sevilla. En 1995 fue nombrado Fiscal Jefe de la Fiscalía Provincial de Lugo y en 2001 Fiscal Jefe del Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Andalucía, cargo que desempeña en la actualidad. Doctor en Derecho por la Universidad de Granada, como estudioso del derecho penal destacan sus trabajos para la defensa del Patrimonio Histórico y los bienes culturales. Fue uno de los ocho vocales designado por el Gobierno que, integrado en la Comisión de Modernización del Lenguaje Jurídico, desarrolló sus trabajos en el Ministerio de Justicia en los años 2010 y 2011. Fruto de aquella actividad, ha publicado igualmente diversos trabajos sobre la articulación de un nuevo derecho a comprender. Director de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de Granada, su labor intelectual ha sido reiteradamente reconocida por distintas sociedades científicas, universidades y otras corporaciones de derecho público.
Vestigios y palabras. Arqueología y Derecho del patrimonio arqueológico

Vestigios y palabras. Arqueología y Derecho del patrimonio arqueológico

Author: Javier Barcelona Llop , Miguel Cisneros Cunchillos
Publisher: Ed. Universidad de Cantabria
ISBN: 8481027928
Pages: 448
Year: 2016-12-28
El trabajo arqueológico obedece a pautas metodológicas precisas, a criterios científicos que persiguen el incremento del conocimiento; ello nada tiene que ver con los saqueadores, pero tampoco con la actividad de quienes circulan por ahí buscando en sus ratos libres objetos sueltos con los que completar una colección particular que a su muerte donarán desinteresadamente a un museo local. Esta no es sólo la opinión de los autores del presente libro, sino que es la del legislador. Es verdad que las leyes parten de este presupuesto desde hace bastante tiempo, pero ha sido a raíz de la del Patrimonio Histórico Español de 1985, fecundamente secundada por las aprobadas por las comunidades autónomas, cuando el mismo ha recibido un potente e inequívoco espaldarazo normativo llamado a desterrar definitivamente del concepto de Arqueología cualquier intervención que se no se ajuste a criterios científicos y a reservar el régimen jurídico del patrimonio arqueológico a los frutos de dicha actividad. De esta forma, dos ramas del saber muy distintas entre sí, la Arqueología y el Derecho, contribuyen cada una a su manera y con sus respectivos instrumentos a racionalizar y ordenar una materia cuya importancia trasciende de la satisfacción personal pues se inscribe en el plano de lo social. Un patrimonio que está llamado en última instancia, tras haber sido documentado y estudiado, a ser objeto de fruición colectiva, a ser conocido y comprendido por la ciudadanía, que tiene derecho a acceder a él y a conocer su significado. El objetivo del presente libro es explicar, en términos escuetos y sencillos, los fundamentos científicos de la Arqueología y de la investigación arqueológica, por un lado, y los aspectos más elementales del régimen jurídico del patrimonio arqueológico, por otro. Sus evidentes límites estructurales han obligado a dejar aparcado el tratamiento de muchos aspectos que los autores consideran relevantes desde su respectiva especialidad, en beneficio de una exposición didáctica y circunscrita a lo esencial en el sentido más estricto de la palabra.
Trabajos de prehistoria

Trabajos de prehistoria

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Year: 2012

Archaeology and Neoliberalism

Archaeology and Neoliberalism

Author: Pablo Aparicio Resco
Publisher:
ISBN: 8494436872
Pages: 422
Year: 2017-06-05
This book tries to question the influence of neoliberal politics in the practice of archaeology. Through a series of contributions from all over the world (although focusing in Spain) and covering a wide range of topics, authors will delve into the problems that arise, where do they come from and how to overcome them.
Archaeology and Ancient History

Archaeology and Ancient History

Author: Eberhard W. Sauer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134416180
Pages: 224
Year: 2004-07-31
Challenging both traditional and fashionable theories, this collection of pieces from an international range of contributors explores the separation of the human past into history, archaeology and their related sub-disciplines. Each case study challenges the validity of this separation and asks how we can move to a more holistic approach in the study of the relationship between history and archaeology. While the focus is on the ancient world, particularly Greece and Rome, rhe lessons learnded in this book make it an essential addition to all studies of history and archaeology.
Roman Military Equipment from the Punic Wars to the Fall of Rome, second edition

Roman Military Equipment from the Punic Wars to the Fall of Rome, second edition

Author: M. C. Bishop, J. C. Coulston
Publisher: Oxbow Books
ISBN: 1785703951
Pages: 224
Year: 2006-04-22
Rome's rise to empire is often said to have owed much to the efficiency and military skill of her armies and their technological superiority over barbarian enemies. But just how 'advanced' was Roman military equipment? What were its origins and how did it evolve? The authors of this book have gathered a wealth of evidence from all over the Roman Empire's excavated examples as well as pictorial and documentary sources to present a picture of what range of equipment would be available at any given time, what it would look like and how it would function. They examine how certain pieces were adopted from Rome's enemies and adapted to particular conditions of warfare prevailing in different parts of the Empire. They also investigate in detail the technology of military equipment and the means by which it was produced, and discuss wider questions such as the status of the soldier in Roman society. Both the specially prepared illustrations and the text have been completely revised for the second edition of this detailed and authoritative handbook, bringing it up to date with the very latest research. It illustrates each element in the equipment of the Roman soldier, from his helmet to his boots, his insignia, his tools and his weapons. This book will appeal to archaeologists, ancient and military historians as well as the generally informed and inquisitive reader.
Community Archaeology

Community Archaeology

Author: Gabriel Moshenska, Sarah Dhanjal
Publisher: Oxbow Books Limited
ISBN: 1842174320
Pages: 127
Year: 2012
Papers from a conference entitled Archaeology in the Community, held at UCL Institute of Archaeology in 2006.
Karl Marx, Anthropologist

Karl Marx, Anthropologist

Author: Thomas C. Patterson
Publisher: Berg
ISBN: 184788542X
Pages: 240
Year: 2009-04-01
After being widely rejected in the late 20th century the work of Karl Marx is now being reassessed by many theorists and activists. Karl Marx, Anthropologist explores how this most influential of modern thinkers is still highly relevant for Anthropology today. Marx was profoundly influenced by critical Enlightenment thought. He believed that humans were social individuals that simultaneously satisfied and forged their needs in the contexts of historically particular social relations and created cultures. Marx continually refined the empirical, philosophical, and practical dimensions of his anthropology throughout his lifetime. Assessing key concepts, from the differences between class-based and classless societies to the roles of exploitation, alienation and domination in the making of social individuals, Karl Marx, Anthropologist is an essential guide to Marx's anthropological thought for the 21st century.
Territorial Heritage and Development

Territorial Heritage and Development

Author: José Maria Feria
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 0203107977
Pages: 240
Year: 2012-03-05
This book presents a new approach to heritage, linking it to territory and sustainable development. This new approach entails a broader, integrated view of heritage values on the one hand, and on the other a shift in emphasis from their protection to their valorisation. In short, it provides a view of the joint workings of natural and cultural resources, and, as a consequence, moving away from a protection point of view in favour of a perspective on their suitable sustainable valorisation. In the viewpoint taken here, sustainability is understood as the balance and long-term preservation and enhancement of such natural and cultural resources and processes in a given territory. Territorial Heritage and Development includes contributions from different disciplines (geography, architecture, planning, sociology, environmental studies and archaeology) and case studies drawn from three continents, broaching both analytical and conceptual developments, and a range of initiatives for engaging in territorial heritage as an instrument of sustainable development. The book takes a pioneering and relevant approach to the breadth and complexity of the issue which can be valuable to academics and policy-makers in Geography, Architecture, Planning and Sociology.
Francis Bacon on Motion and Power

Francis Bacon on Motion and Power

Author: Guido Giglioni, James A.T. Lancaster, Sorana Corneanu, Dana Jalobeanu
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319276417
Pages: 312
Year: 2016-04-25
This book offers a comprehensive and unitary study of the philosophy of Francis Bacon, with special emphasis on the medical, ethical and political aspects of his thought. It presents an original interpretation focused on the material conditions of nature and human life. In particular, coverage in the book is organized around the unifying theme of Bacon’s notion of appetite, which is considered in its natural, ethical, medical and political meanings. The book redefines the notions of experience and experiment in Bacon’s philosophy of nature, shows the important presence of Stoic themes in his work as well as provides an original discussion of the relationships between natural magic, prudence and political realism in his philosophy. Bringing together scholarly expertise from the history of philosophy, the history of science and the history of literature, this book presents readers with a rich and diverse contextualization of Bacon’s philosophy.
Roman Iberia

Roman Iberia

Author: B. Lowe
Publisher: Bristol Classical Press
ISBN: 0715634992
Pages: 240
Year: 2009-06-04
This is the first book to examine the economic impact of external cultures - the Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans - upon the Iberian peninsula throughout the first millennium BC. Benedict Lowe provides a synthesis of recent archaeological work to place Spain in the broader context of debates about Romanisation during the Republic and Early Imperial period. He adopts a chronological approach, focusing on the processes of integration and regionalism in the economy of the Iberian peninsula. The book begins with an introduction to the kingdom of Tartessos and the impact of the Phoenician and Greek colonists upon the economy of the peninsula, setting the scene for Rome's conquest. Succeeding chapters explore the growing Roman presence, culminating in the first century AD. Combining literary and archaeological evidence, "Roman Iberia" provides an in-depth analysis of the Romanisation of Iberia in economic terms: villas, urbanism, pottery and trade and the interaction of Roman and native populations.
Challenging the Dichotomy

Challenging the Dichotomy

Author: Les Field, Cristobal Gnecco, Joe Watkins
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 0816531307
Pages: 229
Year: 2016-12-06
Challenging the Dichotomy explores how dichotomies regarding heritage dominate the discussions of ethics, practices, and institutions. Contributing authors underscore the challenge to the old paradigms from multiple forces. The case studies and discourses, both ethnographic and archaeological, arise from a wide variety of regional contexts and cultures.
Engendering social dynamics

Engendering social dynamics

Author: Sandra Montón-Subías, Margarita Sánchez Romero
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Ltd
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Pages: 95
Year: 2008-12-31
A selection of some of the papers presented at two international workshops: Women and Maintenanceactivities in times of change and Interpreting household practices: reflections on the social and cultural roles of maintenance activities, which were held in Barcelona in November 2005 and November 2007. These two workshops were co-organised by the Centre d'Estudis del Patrimoni Arqueològic de la Prehistòria-CEPAP (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain) and by the Departament d'Humanitats (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain). Contents: Introduction: Engendering social dynamics. The archaeology of maintenance activities. An introduction (Paloma González-Marcén, Sandra Montón-Subías, Marina Picazo, and Margarita Sánchez-Romero); 2) Chapter 1. Towards an archaeology of maintenance activities (Paloma González-Marcén, Sandra Montón-Subías and Marina Picazo); Chapter 2. Why has history not appreciated maintenance activities? (Almudena Hernando); Chapter 3. Thought on a method for zooarchaeological study of quotidian life (Diane Gifford-González); Chapter 4. The technics of the American Home (Francesca Bray ); Chapter 5. Sun Disks and solar cycles: weaving and the down of solar cosmologies in Post-Classical Mexico (Elisabeth Brumfiel ); Chapter 6. Nurturing the dead: medieval women as family undertakers (Roberta Gilchrist); Chapter 7. Maintenance activities in the funerary record. The case of Iberian cemeteries (Antonia García-Luque and Carmen Risquez ); Chapter 8. Greek terracota figurines: images and representations of everyday life (Marina Picazo );Chapter 9. Grinding to a Halt: Gender and the Changing Technology of Flour Production in Roman Galilee (Carol Meyers); Chapter 10. Changing foodways: new strategies in food preparation, serving and consumption in the Bronze Age of the Iberian Peninsula (Margarita Sánchez-Romero and Gonzalo Aranda); Chapter 11. "Spun on a wheel were women's hearts". Women between ideology and life in the Nordic past (Liv Helga Dommasnes).