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(p. 783) Index

(p. 783) Index

AAFS (American Academy of Forensic Sciences) 41
abandonment 195, 211–12, 215–16, 263, 314, 601, 714
abbeys 220
abject materialities 310, 317
Aboriginal cemeteries, historic-period 295
Aboriginal people, Australian 289–302, 345, 612
Aborigines Protection Board 289, 301
culture 293, 296, 299–301
Reserves 290, 299
absence 178–90
‘Gods Must Be Crazy, The’ 186–90
New Buffalo Commune 179–86
abstraction 57–9, 525, 739
abuse 95, 103, 437
academic tribes 3–5
accumulation 168, 173, 178, 189, 204, 411, 579
Acropolis(es) 8, 502, 759–80
Sacred Rock 760, 767
activism 321–3, 327–30, 332–3, 349, 360, 429–31, 445
materialization 333
actor-network theory (ANT) 58, 70, 103, 111–13, 121–32, 567
for archaeologists 130–2
in archaeology 122–4
Guattari, F. 124–6, 128, 279, 733
adobes 181, 184, 659
advertisements 213, 397–8, 402, 404, 440, 666
advocacy 8–9, 17, 360, 582
aerial photographs 43, 357, 483
aerial walkways 324, 330
aesthetics 127, 185, 193, 228, 317, 400, 455
affect 14, 55, 708
affiliations 459, 523–4
affluence 187, 213, 299
affordances 57, 83, 85–91, 115, 222, 279, 396
canonical 82–3, 85, 87–9, 91
Gibson's concept 85–7
Africa 317, 360, 421, 430, 522, 703, 705
sub-Saharan 188, 315
African Americans 314, 451, 454–5, 508, 510–14, 516–19
landscapes 512–14
After-War 570–1
afterlife 2, 10, 14, 55, 247–58, 267, 462–3
artefacts 247–8, 250–1, 255, 257–8
Great Eastern Steamship 248–57
Agamben, G. 495, 549, 555
agencement 273, 279, 283
agency
disciplinary 113–14
non-human 196, 389
ruins 196–7
social 332, 524, 729
agents 2, 85, 98, 156, 196, 215, 674–7
air power 399–403
air ships 401
airplanes 254, 309, 399–400, 404
Akagawa, N. 486
alchemical containers 159, 161
Aldiss, B.W. 17
all-purpose topicals 254, 256
All Saints’ Day 452, 456, 461
alloys 153, 397–8, 400, 403
alterity 55, 107–8
Alternative Energy Zone 603, 607
alternative memories 210, 212
aluminium 12, 128, 395–407
airplanes 401, 406
walls 401–2
(p. 784) aluminology 395–407
Age of Aluminium 397–9
air power 399–403
and forecasting the future 403–6
aluminum see aluminium
amateur archaeologists 270, 352
ambiguity 224–5, 496, 524, 573
American Academy of Forensic Sciences see AAFS
American cemeteries 455–6, 458, 461
American death practices see modern American death
American processual ethnoarchaeology 29
analogy 28–30, 32, 136, 192, 658–9
analytic chemistry 589
ancient material culture 385
ancient ruins 171, 193, 196
ancient sites 367, 596
Anderson, J. 300, 322, 327, 473
Andreassen, E. 193, 195, 205, 211–13, 215, 309–10, 312–13
Angkor Wat 279–82
animal bones 43, 588
animal representations 629, 639
animal sculptures 630, 632
animals 12, 43, 85–7, 95–6, 98–9, 443, 628–39
human 87, 98
reified 635–6, 639–40
annual events 357, 664
Antarctic 585, 587
Ponting's documents and narratives 580–3
Anthropocene 55, 389–90
anthropological approaches to contemporary material culture 54–62
living with materials 56–9
temporality of contemporary material worlds 54–6
unsettling force of materials in human life 59–62
anthropological archaeology 31
anthropologists 2, 8–9, 41, 55–6, 123–4, 188, 442–3
cultural 600, 606, 608
physical 359, 428–9
anthropology 8, 11, 14, 16, 41–2, 55, 187
of objects 743
physical 41
symmetrical 205–6
anti-materialism 180
anticipatory livingry 406–7
anxieties 32, 60, 196, 198, 495, 716–17, 722
of modernity 485, 491
apartheid 13, 188, 426, 429–30, 432–3, 700
Apollo 11 Tranquility Base 417
Apollo 12 413–14
Appadurai, A. 4, 56, 76, 275, 611, 716
apparatuses 273, 278–9, 283–4, 556, 558, 708, 733
Apple Computers 386, 399, 658, 661–4, 667–8, 705
archaeological accounts 113, 132, 279, 557, 715
archaeological analyses 314, 386, 474, 567, 574, 596
archaeological artefacts see artefacts
archaeological context see context
archaeological contractors 426, 430
archaeological data 29, 262, 344, 416, 431, 498, 692
archaeological ethics 7, 9, 352
archaeological ethnography 132
archaeological evidence see evidence
archaeological excavations see excavation(s)
archaeological experience 42, 214, 281
archaeological features 385, 388–9
archaeological fieldwork 332, 442, 471
archaeological forms 29, 173
archaeological gaze 6, 419–20, 714
archaeological heritage 291
archaeological history 490
archaeological implications 112, 568
archaeological inquiry 121, 380, 595
archaeological interest 55, 122, 658
archaeological interpretation 28, 31, 90, 262–3
archaeological investigations 5, 9, 273, 337, 339, 414, 439
archaeological knowledge 13, 33
archaeological literature 337, 550
archaeological materials 6, 110–11, 173–5, 208
archaeological methodologies see methodologies
(p. 785) archaeological methods 35, 40, 47, 179, 261–2, 466–7, 613–14
archaeological patterning, fractal dimension 385–8
archaeological perspectives 91, 321, 415, 467, 566, 629, 715
archaeological practices 13–14, 35, 109, 115, 122, 131, 261
archaeological record 10, 46, 170, 174, 192, 208, 262
archaeological recording 326, 370, 386, 472, 556
archaeological sensibility 14, 214
archaeological sites see sites
archaeological skills 41, 43, 51
archaeological stratigraphies see stratigraphy
archaeological survey 15, 324, 327, 346, 354
archaeological techniques 41–2, 49, 262, 351
archaeological theory 48, 189, 261, 435
archaeological time 174
archaeological traces 137, 281, 290, 293, 331, 409, 467
archaeologists see Introductory Note and detailed entries
archaeology see Introductory Note and detailed entries
archaeology of us 5–6, 10, 28, 34–6, 234, 414
definition of us 5–7
and multivocality 34–5
archaiologia 1, 167
architects 123–4, 127, 129–30, 155, 198, 228, 442
architectural design 123, 490, 634
architectural forms 151, 503
architectural historians 306, 437
architectural machines 124, 127
architectural objects 122, 127, 129, 131
architecture 122–7, 131, 151, 155–7, 223–4, 499, 501–2
actor-network-theory approaches to archaeology of 121–32
concrete 211, 634–5
Japanese 124, 127
machinic 124, 126–7, 131
archival research 432, 438, 445, 447
archive photographs, edible 664
archives 2, 67, 71–2, 76–8, 498, 558, 589
cinematic 580, 590
Aristotle 94, 100, 158
army bases 235–6
art history 113, 178, 274, 309, 549–50
art objects 549, 740
art of traces 552, 554
artefacts 86–8, 221–4, 413–17, 657–9, 662–6, 675–7, 680–2
cultural 438, 447
design 681
digital 145, 658
politics of 8, 480
artefactual 294, 387, 673
artefactuality 380, 388–9
Arthur, King 220, 224–5
artists 2, 33, 59, 221–2, 550, 566, 620–1
artist's residency 728–9, 736
arts communities 516, 518–19
artworks 193, 353, 406, 510, 515, 549, 632
Ascher, R. 262–3, 270
Asociación para la Recuperación de la Memoria Histórica (ARMH) 359
aspirations 9, 181, 234, 297, 308, 315, 317–18
assemblages 5, 11–12, 15–16, 132, 196, 204, 279
assimilation 296, 301
Athens 167, 613, 763, 774
Atkins Heritage 438, 440
atoms 137, 388
attachment 95, 103, 138, 153, 200, 554, 663
attention
skilled 57, 60
ways of dividing 677–8
attentional demands 672, 677
attentional resources 673, 677
limited 677
auctions 250, 374, 752–3
audit society 108
Augé, M. 16, 224, 275
aura 228, 636, 651–2, 704, 759
Auschwitz 66–8, 76, 522
Auslander, L. 75–6
Austin, J.L. 103
(p. 786) Australia 42, 248, 289, 292, 296–7, 299–302, 337
white 300
Aboriginal people see Aboriginal people
New South Wales 42, 289–95, 297, 299–301
Queensland 293–4
South-East 289–90
Sydney 55, 290, 294–8
Victoria 293, 297, 404
authentic ruins 194, 196
authentic self, Rousseauian model 221–2
authenticity 2, 8, 10, 33, 219–29, 277, 589–90
accentuation of positive 227–9
different and original like everybody else 226–7
dreams all made real 224–6
modernity and modernism 223–4
persons and things 221–3
roots 220–1
of things 221–2, 224
autism 35
autoanthropology 743–55
car culture 746
classic cars see classic cars
individual memories, shared past, and collective practices 745
knowledge, practices, and emotions 752–5
autoarchaeology 7, 494, 607, 696, 713–14, 725
of war 494–505
automatization 679–80
automobiles 169, 254, 399, 406, 447
and modernity 743–55
automobility 12, 437–47, 754–5
archaeologies of the modern road 438–9
material culture of Britain's motorways 439–44
axes, hand 5, 384–5
baby-boomers 743, 748, 754–5
babyhood 723–4
back-to-the-land movements 180, 187
Badcock, A. 2, 14, 321, 324, 330–1, 351, 565–6
Badiou, A. 549, 560
bads 95–6, 101, 103
Baghdad 8, 495, 499, 504
bags 293, 343, 500, 502, 598
sleeping 339, 341–2
Baker Street 225–6
banality 14–15, 169, 311, 314, 396, 437, 440
Bangkok, Pom Mahakan 292
bar signs 473, 476
Barad, K. 4, 729, 734, 740
barbarity 760, 762
Bærentsen, K.B. 671–4, 677–9
barmaids 474–5
barranin 469–70
barrels 673, 675–6, 679–80
barriers 235, 240–1, 280, 328, 440, 443
Barry, A. 107, 325, 327–8, 330
Barthes, R. 8, 15, 224
Basel Action Network 137
basin hearths 182–3
basketball courts 211–12
baskets 89–90
batteries 135–6, 705, 746
battlefield archaeology 351, 566
battlefields 353, 355, 364, 574, 679
battles 236, 332, 405, 482, 487
preservation 486
Baxter, J.E. 277, 715–17, 723
Bazin, A. 578, 580, 582
beaches 101, 150, 157, 160, 480–1, 597, 720–2
Beardsworth, A. 634, 639
Beck, U. 322, 327, 360, 614
bed and breakfast boats 282
behavio(u)r 28–30, 86, 257–8, 262–3, 268–9, 409, 632–3
erratic 131–2
laws of 29, 31
natural 630, 633
penguin 634
behavioral archeology, Garbage Project as 262–5
behavioural archeology 409, 416
behavioural contexts 29, 451
Beirut 501–3
Belfast 235, 237
‘peace lines’ 240–3
Belfast City Council 240–1
beliefs 95, 123, 126, 136–8, 195, 325, 328
Bell, D. 691, 696
(p. 787) belonging(s) 35, 66, 160
benches 102–3, 280, 632
bender tents 321, 330
benders 330–1, 550
Bennett, J. 4, 54, 56, 152, 486
Berger, J. 90, 551, 556
Bergson, H. 10–11, 57, 172, 204, 207, 209–10, 740
betweennesses 550–1, 560
Bicycle Thieves 310–11
Bigden, R. 468
bilingual road signs 445–6
bimbling 16, 473–4
binders 603, 730, 734, 736
Binford, L.R. 28–9, 170, 174, 263, 416
Binfordian ethnoarchaeology 28–9, 31
biographiea, landscape 16, 472
biographies 219, 221–2, 237, 251, 297, 715, 725
birds 367, 632, 635, 708
bitrot 144–6
Bjerck, H. 205, 211–13, 215
black freedom 509–10, 515
black heritage, materializing 512–15
black materiality 511
black neighbourhoods 511, 513
Black Rock City 595–6, 598–601, 607–8
blank spaces 162, 560
blighted dwellings 514
bloggers, homeless 344, 346
blogs 28, 67, 344, 346, 613
Blogs Project 343–4
blood 300, 323, 706
boats 151, 282–3, 615
tourist 282–3
Boglione, M. 667–8
Bohemian National Cemetery 456–8
Bohn R.E. 145, 403
bombing 200–1, 354, 358, 401, 405, 473
Bonaventura, P. 550, 561
bone fragments 43, 358
bones 41, 43, 160, 358, 427, 429–30, 432
animal 43, 588
human 47, 355, 426, 452, 454
bonfires 47, 236, 597
boots 500–1, 645, 720
Boston 662, 665, 667
Boulevard 152–4, 161
boundaries 1, 6, 34, 36, 56, 282, 550–1
temporal 199, 421
traditional 379, 657
boundary objects 108
boxes 88, 155, 161, 383, 385, 718, 744
cardboard 431–2, 434, 699
bra fragments 185–6
bralessness 186
branding 207, 612, 615, 661, 720–1, 724
Brasilia 312
braziers 672–3
Brazil 140, 312, 410
breech 679–80
Brennan, A. 400–1, 404, 406
bridges 102–3, 204, 248, 330, 340–1, 344, 442
Bristol 34, 156, 327, 345, 348, 566–70, 572–4
Stokes Croft 345
Turbo Island 345, 348
Britain see United Kingdom
British Antarctic Expedition (1910–1913) 580–3, 589
British Columbia 615
British post-processual ethnoarchaeology 31–3
bronze 517, 569, 571, 573, 630, 632, 669
Brown University archaeology students and Providence Police 374
Browning, C. 69
Brunel, Isambard Kingdom 248, 250–1, 253–4
Brunn, S.D. 252–3
brutality 96, 690
Bryman, A. 276, 634, 639
Bryson, N. 554, 558
Buchli, V. 1, 6, 9–10, 28, 33–6, 121, 715–18
Budapest 69, 72, 75, 78
bulk commodities 221
bullets 49, 68, 355, 460, 672, 681
explosive 333
rubber 569
Bureau of Land Management 597, 601, 606
Burgers’ Zoo 638
burial 32, 42, 45–6, 360, 431, 454, 461
goods 458–62
buried sites 352, 367
burning 238, 460, 602, 604–5, 699, 705, 765
Burning Man 16, 595–608
archaeology and ethnology 600
as festival site 600–2
history 597–8
scale 598
Burrell, K. 718
Burström, M. 211, 744, 754
Burundi 253–4, 256
bushes 154, 343, 456, 638, 719
Byrne, D. 2, 6–7, 16, 290–3, 296, 300–2, 472
cached materials 340, 342
caches 45, 340, 342
cadastral grid 301–2
Cahuachi 599
California 342, 451, 455–6, 658, 660, 667
Cambodia 253–4
Angkor Wat 279–82
Khmer Rouge 371
cameras 16, 138, 235, 381, 481, 522, 525–6
Camp Anthro 607
Camp Gitmo-Sun 607
camp life 326, 346
Camp Starstruck 607
campaigns 321–5, 328–30, 403, 445, 523, 704, 706
campsites 340–6, 348, 694
Canada 136, 610, 615–18, 728
Vancouver see Vancouver
canonical affordances 82–91
Cape Town, Prestwich Street 426–35
Capelotti, P.J. 414, 417, 421
capitalism 9, 35, 189, 199, 207, 687, 695–6
global 178, 416
capitalist societies 9, 220, 415
captives 519
emancipated 508–10, 515
freed 510, 512, 515
car boot sales 386, 443, 660, 667, 724
car culture 746
car parks 156, 240, 279, 439–40, 665
caravans 321, 328
cardboard boxes 431–2, 434, 699
cards
loyalty 374–5
trading 251–2, 257, 462, 719
cartridges 68, 367, 679–80
casinos 222, 276
caskets 457–60, 462–3
cast iron 396–7
Castells, M. 142, 702
catalogue values 256
catalogues 138, 256, 432, 613–14
catastrophes, natural 196, 198, 314, 337, 364
categorization 30, 54, 86, 114, 150, 201
Caterpillar 440
causation 68–9
cave paintings 135, 228
caves 219, 354, 360
ccTLDs 140
celebration sites 616
celestial bodies 410–12, 419–21
cell phones see phones
cellphones see mobile phones
cemeteries 41, 153, 173, 427, 452, 454–6, 461
American 455–6, 458, 461
Bohemian National Cemetery 456–8
Guerneville 456–7
historic-period Aboriginal 295
indigent 452, 454
Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) 515, 518
chaff 31–2, 401
chains 103, 175, 216, 221, 365–6, 552, 736
chairs 11, 87, 99–100, 103, 405
change
climate 55, 61
historical 141, 274, 379
landscape 43, 379, 382
social 32, 274, 315
technological 410, 416–17, 658, 668–9
change-over-time 659–60
checkpoints 235
as architecture and space 499–501
as gendered spaces 494–505
Iraqi 12, 499
ticket 279–80
urban 12, 494–5
chemicals 380, 386, 588, 705–6
(p. 789) chemistry
analytic 589
synthetic 56, 388
Chicago 451, 456, 458
childhood 151, 160, 437, 716, 719, 724
children 88–9, 251–3, 301, 629–30, 635, 706–7, 715–25 see also cult of the infant
English 719, 725
and material culture 713–16, 719–20, 724–5
sacralization of 717–18, 725
children's material culture 713–15, 719–20, 724–5
Chinese Golden Shield 144
chips 136, 145, 386, 661, 666
chronological distance 275, 523
churches 151, 153, 196, 220, 343, 514, 761
Cicero 94
CICF (Central Indiana Community Foundation) 515, 518
cigarette packets 383–5
cigarettes 103, 251, 383–4, 708
cinema 103, 578–9, 584, 587–8, 616, 746
narrative 587–8, 590
circuits 124, 127–8, 386, 744–5, 750, 752
circulation 3, 55, 60, 261, 282, 578–9, 610
of objects 57, 279
cities 426–9, 487–9, 499–503, 511–14, 598–602, 612–18, 620–1
and checkpoints 494–505
contemporary 175, 479, 486, 566
city blocks 72, 340, 426, 606, 610
city centres 242, 340, 428
city landscape 484
city spaces 501–2
city streets 162, 597
cityscapes 379, 494, 496–9, 501, 504, 511–12
civil unrest 232, 243, 565–75 see also riots
archaeology of 573–4
art of 570–3
civil wars 41, 198, 330, 351–2, 359, 502, 508–9
civilization 145, 169, 171, 189, 192, 198, 261
Claassen, C. 599
clandestine graves 45–6, 48–9
Clarke, D. 4
class warfare 351, 357
classic cars
classic car culture paradise 750–2
as historic objects 747–8
as just cars 746
non-objective account of encounter with 750
and their substitutes 748–9
classical ruins 193–8, 202
classification 127, 275, 597, 662, 766
classificatory slippage 293–4
clean-ups 598, 606
cleanliness 54, 299, 311–12, 695
climate change 55, 61
coal 61, 184, 248, 397
cocaine 60
codes 9, 135, 138, 145, 555, 584–5, 615–16
racist 512, 514
coffee 221, 434, 658
coffins 459–60
cognition 206, 671, 681
situated 671–2
cognitive homework 679
cognitive operations/processes 97, 673–4, 676–7, 679
cognitive tasks 678
Cole, T. 2, 69–70, 72–5, 77–8, 110, 666, 673
Coliseum 195
collaboration 107–8, 149, 206, 345–6, 349
collapsed acts 222, 229
collecting 167, 251–2, 254, 438, 662–3, 665–6, 719
collective identity 9, 169, 611
collectors 251, 254–7, 663, 665–9, 745
collisions 283, 405, 411, 415, 425, 437
colonial spaces 296
colonialism 297, 301, 315–17, 360, 416, 430, 776
Colorado Coalfield War 332–3
colour information 731–2
colour line, and materiality 508–12
colours 33, 83, 103, 127–8, 579–80, 585, 588
natural 580, 588
coltan 706
columbarium 457–8
(p. 790) commemoration 200, 236, 247, 255, 351–2, 355–7, 460
excavation for 359–60
commemorative stamps 256
commerce 33, 137, 139, 143–4, 251, 257, 597
commitments 35, 184, 205, 268–9, 470, 663, 695
commodification 270, 634
commodities 56, 60, 101, 220–1, 224, 227–8, 634–5
mass-produced 182–4, 187
commonplace 143, 267, 324, 329, 455, 471, 517–18
objects 89–90
communal outhouse 185
communal space 321, 328
communes 179–82, 184–8
communications technologies see ICTs
communities 16, 235–8, 471, 482–3, 515–17, 522–3, 597
engagement 234, 353, 491
gated 313–14
indigenous 6, 179, 188
living 6, 262–3, 294
local 9, 333, 471, 482
urban 235, 601
Community Relations Council (CRC) 240–1
community spaces 514, 603
complexity 107, 200, 234, 409, 412, 421, 567–8
compliance 206–7, 308–10
complicity 233, 621
computer collectors 663–8
computer games 33, 225, 666
computer history, institutionalization 662–3
Computer History Museum 661–5, 667–9
computers
bitrot 144–6
history 659, 661–9
personal 663–4, 666
processors 379–80
concealment 42, 44–5, 266
concentration camps 66, 311, 317, 360
concrete architecture 211, 634–5
condensation 583, 734
configurations 110, 128, 175–6, 380, 579, 590, 732–3
conflict 2, 8, 201, 232–8, 243, 322–3, 351–61
development of modern conflict archaeology 352–3
excavation for commemoration 359–60
forensics and ‘finding the fallen’ 358–9
forms of modern conflict archaeology 353–6
future of modern conflict archaeology 360–1
materializations of 232
potential uses of twentieth-century conflict archaeology 356–8
sectarian 10, 44, 242
sites 201, 352, 355–7, 360
connectivities 3, 145, 658–755
consciousness 84, 300, 554
philosophy of 96–7, 102
social 269–70
conservation 274–5, 280, 284, 355–6, 360, 629–30, 637
movement 228, 486
constant surveillance 235, 421
constraints, physical 282, 675, 677
construction 169, 174–6, 247–8, 283, 323–4, 488–9, 601–2
motorway 442, 746
projects 186, 189, 442
constructivism, social 115
constructivist approach 222, 486
consultation, public 426–8
consumer goods 188, 213, 405, 703
consumerism 35, 186, 210, 234, 573, 713, 716–18
consumers 90, 278, 418, 462–3, 627, 640, 708
consumption 4, 11, 70, 265, 275–6, 283–4, 418
of heritage 275, 277
containers 88, 136, 153–4, 159, 313, 317, 383
alchemical 159, 161
shipping 383–5
contamination 366, 368
contemporary archaeologies 233–4, 445–7, 565–7, 573–5, 639–40, 657–8, 685–6
of heritage 273, 278, 284
contemporary architecture 121–32
contemporary art 123, 194, 504, 550, 561, 732
contemporary cities 175, 479, 486, 566
(p. 791) contemporary contexts 8, 425, 434–5, 753
contemporary culture 194, 336, 395
contemporary garbage 192, 265, 415
contemporary heritage sites 279, 284
contemporary history 66–7, 69, 71, 73, 75, 77
contemporary landscapes 445, 567
contemporary life 27, 36, 262, 437, 519
contemporary material culture 5–6, 9–11, 35, 121, 132, 258, 385
anthropological approaches 54–62
temporality 54–6
contemporary past 1, 10, 273–4
definition 9–12
contemporary societies 10, 131, 227, 258, 261, 345, 347
contemporary waste regimes 266
contemporary world 1–3, 5–9, 12, 14–15, 17, 77, 170
contemporary zoo experiences 627, 629, 631, 633, 635, 637, 639
context 5–6, 14–16, 220–2, 262–4, 266–7, 496–8, 565–7
archaeological 35, 46, 192, 262–4, 267, 596, 717
behavioural 29, 451
contemporary 8, 425, 434–5, 753
cultural 227, 447, 463, 579, 658
historical 585, 588, 697
post-conflict 232–3, 235, 240, 243
postcolonial 6–8
social 262, 743
continuity 75, 87, 417, 552, 555, 584–5, 652
contractors, archaeological 426, 430
control 139, 141–2, 238, 267–8, 366, 516–17, 523
human 204, 210
controlled wilderness 239
conventional historical chronology 212, 215
conventional history 174, 211, 215, 333
convergence 254, 431, 438, 480, 752–3
conversations 157–9, 433–5, 469, 473, 500–1, 503–4, 667
productive 511, 519
convoys 328, 494–5
coolness 227
coordination work 108–9
Copenhagen Zoo 630–1
copper 397, 707
Corisco 316–17
corporations 89, 136, 139, 254, 269, 402–3, 704
corporeality 497
Costall, A. 5, 11, 35, 84–5, 87, 89, 222
Council for the Regulation of Forensic Practitioners (CRFP) 50
Council of Europe 471, 475
counter-culture 322, 333, 467, 659
country towns 290, 297
court of history 365–7
court of law 365–7
courts 47, 49, 51, 365–7, 369, 372, 375
Cowlishaw, G. 296–7, 299, 301
craft 57–8, 109, 228, 300, 323, 398, 511
practice 57–8, 60
CRC (Community Relations Council) 240–1
creativity 89, 224, 228, 293, 297, 428
credibility 366–7, 369, 372, 375
cremation 451, 460, 462
CRESCENDO plaque 150, 158, 160
CRFP (Council for the Regulation of Forensic Practitioners) 50
crime 6, 42, 48, 66, 68, 366, 368
scenes 41, 47, 49–51, 366, 376
Crime Scene Manager (CSMs) 42, 44, 46, 49
Crime Scene Managers (CSMs) 42, 44, 46, 49
criminal investigations 41–3
critical spaces 612, 614
cross-disciplinary perspectives 27–162
crowds 67, 126, 179, 278, 509, 569–70, 597
crystals 99, 293–4, 456, 588
CSMs (Crime Scene Managers) 42, 44, 46, 49
Cubitt, S. 13, 16, 136, 381, 616, 657–8, 704
Cullen, L.T. 459–60, 462
cult of the infant 713–25
archaeology of the personal 714–15
children and material culture 713–16, 719–20, 724–5
existing research 716–18
cultural analysis 4–5
cultural anthropologists 600, 606, 608
cultural artefacts 438, 447
cultural contexts 227, 447, 463, 579, 658
cultural deposits 262–3
cultural differences 90, 296, 417
cultural expectations 630, 725
(p. 792) cultural geographers 439, 447, 659
cultural geography 439, 447, 659
cultural heritage 353, 471, 476, 486, 496, 505, 611
management 280, 284
cultural historians 67, 75, 443, 447
cultural history 70–1, 205, 208, 445, 657
cultural identity 33, 36, 292
cultural imperialism 256
cultural landscapes 235, 346, 409–10, 416, 668
virtual 343–4
cultural materialism 700–1, 708
cultural memory 499
Cultural Olympiad Digital Edition 612, 615–16
Cultural Olympiads 615
cultural practices 222, 284, 322, 330, 406, 447
cultural resource management (CRM) 352–3, 359, 431, 435
cultural significance 599, 639
cultural studies 12, 309, 438, 659, 700, 703, 708
Cultural Trail 510, 515, 517–19
cultural values 347, 415, 420
culture 123, 131, 262–3, 296–7, 328, 743–4, 753–4
digital 143, 658
material see material culture
motorway 437, 443
popular 34, 444
white 299, 301
curation 366, 718, 724
customized topicals 254, 256
damage 43, 90, 100–1, 103, 249, 369, 588–9
dancers 278, 610–11, 619, 728
Darwin, C. 83, 171, 173, 345–6
data see Introductory Note and detailed entries
databases 29, 145, 370, 736, 738
Davies, R. 556
Dawdy, S.L. 8, 11–12, 17, 196, 198–200, 453, 457–8
daydreaming 307
De Certeau, M. 4, 301, 310, 499, 614
de Léon, D. 9–10, 16, 91, 100, 672, 674, 681
de Oliveira, J.S. 589
De Quincey, T. 472
de Tocqueville, A. 197–8
de Zegher, C. 549–51, 560
dead persons 432, 459–60
death 12, 41–2, 46, 66, 192, 198, 247
death practices, object-centred 458, 460, 462–3
Debenham, F. 582
Debois, P. 68
debris 12, 204, 207, 311, 339, 488, 731–2
decomposition 587–8, 590
defence 49, 321, 323–5, 517, 692
Defeyter, M.A. 88
degradation, environmental 136, 326, 332, 615
deliberate destruction 354, 419, 660
Delpeut, P. 585–6, 588
dematerialization 486, 616
demolition 151, 160, 198, 236, 269, 357, 488
through neglect 71
demonstration 321–2, 327–9, 333
density, kernel 72, 74
deposition 31, 43, 45, 327, 451, 455, 462
Derrida, J. 76, 432, 498, 549, 553–5, 558
Descartes, R. 83, 96, 98
descriptive work 109–10, 113
design 122–3, 403–4, 433, 442, 628, 675–8, 692
guns 680, 682
history 443, 484
designers 89, 123, 126, 252, 257, 404–6, 442–3
DeSilvey, C. 126, 197, 200, 215, 589
desiring subjects 12, 713
destruction 103, 169, 193–4, 196, 198, 201–2, 652–3
deliberate 354, 419, 660
human 193–5
intentional 198, 201
detachment 48, 59, 62, 204, 270, 499, 501–2
deterioration 247, 579, 588–9, 693, 730, 736
detritus 270, 578, 580, 583, 590, 605, 707–8
developers 43, 111, 157, 426–8, 430–1, 479, 612
developing countries 254, 256
(p. 793) development 36, 50, 479, 486–9, 491, 680, 690–2
historical 671, 681
modern 274, 486–7
projects 312, 317, 490–1
devices 279, 283, 340, 459, 653, 662, 672
devotion 714, 717–18, 720–2
Dewey, J. 82–3, 85, 729
Dexter, E. 550–2
di Sica, V. 310–11
dialectics 2, 214–15, 463, 523, 730
difference 289–302
diggers 158, 328, 330, 723–4
digital age 657–8, 669
digital culture 143, 658
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) 659
digital media 136, 138, 143–4, 583, 590, 703
digital networks 144, 550
digital photography 473, 598, 604
digital restoration 581, 584, 586, 590
digital rights management (DRM) 143
Dinky Toys 665, 746, 751, 753
direct action 322–5, 327–8, 330, 445, 621
directional distribution 72
dirt 54, 70, 181, 186, 495, 588
dirtier reality 466–7, 469, 471, 473, 475, 477
disaster archaeologists 365–7, 369–70, 372
disaster archaeologists work 364–5
disaster archaeology 6, 199, 364–8, 371–3, 376–7
characterization 364–5
‘court of law’ v ‘court of history’ 365–7
definition 364
direction 376–7
protocols and standard procedures 367–70
relevant theory 371–2
Station Nightclub fire 372–6
victim identification following mass-fatalityy disasters 370–1
Disaster Mortuary Operational Recovery Team (DMORT) 368, 370, 373
disaster scenes 364, 366–9, 372
disasters 2, 6, 328, 364–77, 499, 754
mass-fatality 364–5, 370–1, 376–7
natural 337, 364
discarded materials 54–5, 207
discards 200, 264–6, 268, 270, 290, 416, 668–9
disciplinarity 2, 4–5
disciplinary agency 113–14
disciplinary archaeology 435
disciplinary expectations 109
disciplinary knowledges 204, 434, 552, 557
discipline 3–5
of things 113, 179, 207
disciplining 3, 107, 110, 209
discourses 3, 13, 84, 126, 491, 495–6, 503–4
cultural resource management 431
productive 517, 519
diseases 314, 707–8
Disney characters 254–5
Disneyland 224, 257, 276
dispersed ghettoization 73–4
displacement 145, 151, 583, 621, 680, 704
dispositifs 273, 279
disruption 13, 151, 171, 210, 215, 311, 324
dissent, political 316, 360
distance 2, 59, 72, 121, 263, 267, 680
standard 72
distinctive material culture 337, 355
distinctiveness 300–1, 440
distribution 13, 72, 130–1, 261, 275–6, 282, 410
posthumanist aesthetics of 728–41
disturbance 43–4, 57, 210, 215
diversity 123, 173, 176, 216, 240, 315, 466
division 5, 46, 82, 209, 254, 301, 597
Dixon, J.R. 10–12, 14, 322, 345, 351, 561, 565
DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Recovery Team) 368, 370, 373
DNA 364, 366, 368, 388, 461, 463
documentaries 55, 470, 578–9, 706, 735
documentary evidence 15, 43, 346
documentary record 412, 415–16
dolls 723–4
domain names 140
domesticity 309, 311, 317, 717
dominant narratives 486, 511
Donde, D. 434
Double Fisherman's knot 106, 114
Douglas, M. 54, 261, 267
Downtown Eastside (DTES) 617, 619, 621
drawing 549–61
and archaeology 551–2
definition 550–1
gesture 554–7
(p. 794) line and ground 559–60
time, space, and becoming 557–9
traces and marks 552–4
drawing archaeology 553, 555, 557, 559, 561
dreams 172, 176, 308, 310–12, 315–16, 748
liberal 306, 311–13
made real 224–6
totalitarian 309, 311
drinking water 703, 705
DRM (digital rights management) 143
dropouts 731–2, 736, 738
Druitt, Mt 296–7, 301
dry goods 99, 101, 103
Duchamp, M. 223–4, 549, 552, 559
Due Balli 467, 470
Düncker, K. 88
durational phenomena 729, 731, 740
duties 9, 48, 95–6, 226, 352
dwellings 30, 321, 330, 728
dynamic domesticity 399
dynamics
relational 56–8, 62
social 353
dynamism 361, 400, 739–40
dystopian record 704
e-mails 138, 140, 145
e-waste 707
EAAF (Equipo Argentino de Antropología Forense) 359, 372
Earth Orbit 411, 413, 417, 420
earthquakes 198, 247
Eastmancolor 588
Edensor, T. 194–6, 199, 216, 312, 443, 473, 751
Edgeworth, M. 2, 7, 16, 46, 56, 109–10, 388–9
edible archive photograph 664
education 155, 497, 524, 630, 632, 640
effectiveness 241, 445, 682
effigies 597, 604
Egyptian Queen 468, 476
electric power 135, 691, 705
electricity 144, 184, 312, 397, 401, 502, 667
electron beam microscopes 388
electronic equipment 137, 705–6
electronic media 145, 225, 275
Elvis 247, 255
emancipated captives 508–10, 515
embalmed bodies 41, 460
embodied engagements 57–8
embodied experience 225, 487
embodied level 388
embodied scale 385–6
emergency services 139, 365, 368, 373, 377
emergent processes 122, 132
emergent properties 57, 60, 567, 653
emissions 264
emotional connections 237, 278, 575, 717
emotions 61, 276, 327, 352, 458, 472, 752
empirical evidence 51, 261
enclosures 569, 631, 633–4, 636, 638
encoding 553, 731–2
energy 61, 86, 128, 137, 145, 151, 406
engagement 16, 57–60, 105–6, 110–11, 114–15, 275–6, 696
community 234, 353, 491
embodied 57–8
human 410, 421
sensory 60–1, 648
Engels, F. 686, 689
engineered recordings 728, 731
engineers 55, 59, 62, 129, 137, 140, 442–3
English Heritage 353, 440
ENIAC 667
Enlightenment 107, 170, 220–1, 274, 524
entanglement 4, 189, 196, 221, 299, 301–2, 317
entertainment 124, 139, 143, 276, 467, 630, 632
spaces 276
entities 96–8, 101–2, 110–11, 113–14, 176, 206, 247
inorganic 95, 103
material 57–8, 634
natural 101–2
entrapment 434–5
entrepreneurs 137, 254, 470, 514, 612, 703
environment 56, 58, 85–7, 98, 204–5, 696, 739
historic 486
material 169–70, 306
(p. 795) natural 70, 87
physical 136, 155
urban 234, 344, 598
environmental degradation 136, 326, 332, 615
environmental historians 70
environmental protests 322, 325, 329–30, 473
environmentalism 327
ephemera 438, 443–4, 447, 498, 665–6
ephemeral and temporary gatherings 14, 595–608, 621 see also Burning Man
participation and ephemerality 606–7
ephemeral sites 595–6, 599, 607
epistemological positions 122, 124, 126
Equatorial Guinea 315–17
Equipo Argentino de Antropología Forense (EAAF) 359, 372
erasure 150, 504, 556, 589, 620
erection 236, 240–1, 446
ergonomics 691–2
erosion 150, 159, 195–6, 356
erratic behaviour 131–2
escape 132, 139, 185, 229, 238, 462, 487–8
essentials 338, 472, 679
Estonia 566, 569, 573
Tallinn 566, 568–70, 573–4
ethereal image 579, 588
ethical responsibility 268, 361
ethno-history 744, 754
ethnoarchaeological focus 27, 36
ethnoarchaeological studies 10, 27, 29, 32, 36
ethnoarchaeology 16, 27–36, 346
American processual 29
Binfordian 28–9, 31
British post-processual 31–3
processual 28–9, 31, 34
ethnographers 16, 78, 127, 131, 743
ethnographic data 31, 344, 354
ethnography 29, 109–10, 122, 127, 187–8, 347–8, 438
archaeological 132
eucalypt forests 289–90
Europe 8, 67, 170–1, 174, 194, 220, 253–4
European objects 292, 300
events 46–7, 371–3, 568, 570, 572–5, 596–602, 604–8
annual 357, 664
historical 201, 254, 351
mass-fatality 365, 371, 377
Olympic 615
sporting 612–13
staged 627–8
everyday experience 14, 98, 102, 386, 487, 659
everyday life 4, 6, 67, 89, 213, 271, 309
everyday materiality 508, 511
everyday objects 454, 460, 671
everyday things, psychology of 82–91
everyday world 321, 386, 388, 418, 724
everydayness 499
evictions 292, 321, 323–4, 329, 569–70, 621
evidence 15, 42–4, 46–9, 67–8, 364–8, 370–2, 374–6
documentary 15, 43, 346
empirical 51, 261
forensic 365, 372–3
physical 46, 364, 366, 368, 376, 595
evolution 86, 172, 174, 176, 264–5, 315, 681–2
excavation 14–16, 41–3, 46–7, 68, 357–61, 386, 556–9
for commemoration 359–60
gestures of 556
methodology 68, 332
stratigraphic 42, 156
excavators 16, 339, 355, 556–7
excess 267, 279, 313, 315, 411
material 313, 315
exchange value 101, 220
exhibitions 14, 223, 275, 549–50, 555, 572, 632
small 347–8
exhumations 127, 352, 359, 426–30, 432, 569, 573
exile 316–17, 549
expectations
cultural 630, 725
disciplinary 109
experience 126–9, 275–8, 280–4, 627–32, 637–8, 658–9, 713–15
archaeological 42, 214, 281
embodied 225, 487
(p. 796) everyday 14, 98, 102, 386, 487, 659
first-hand 315, 663, 669
lived 201, 219, 233, 395, 487, 696
shared 35, 501
experience-directed mindset 629, 636–7, 639
experience economy 34, 219, 224, 226, 276–7
zoos in 627–9, 637, 639–40
Experience Society 627–8, 639–40
experimental archaeology 28, 263
experiments 17, 45, 51, 88, 157, 209, 691
expertise, archaeological 42, 110
exploration 12, 34, 56, 60, 121, 420–1, 754–5
explosive bullets 333
Fabian, J. 6, 15, 274, 302
faciality 128
factoids 251
Fairclough, G. 412
faith 220, 224, 226, 308
fakes 219, 224–5, 227, 638
familiar objects 103
familiarity 100, 103, 171, 262–3, 479, 501, 565
family archaeology 744
family members 455–6, 458
Fangio 746, 752
fantasy 276, 278, 306–7, 311, 314, 432, 582
and utopia 306–8
FAR (Forensic Archaeology Recovery) 368–9, 373–6
farmers 33, 355, 398, 447
Faro Convention on the Value of Heritage for Society 475
fascia 579, 587, 589–90
fathers 42, 309, 437, 517, 665, 688, 717–18
Fay, B. 552, 554
FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) 266, 365
feathers 606, 634, 636
peacock 634–5
Featherstone, M. 324, 330, 439, 754–5
features, archaeological 385, 388–9
Federal Bureau of Investigation see FBI
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) 368
fellowship 96, 100, 103
fences 278, 297, 302, 374, 398, 442, 569
Ferrari 748, 755
festival archaeology 598–9
festivals 14, 595, 598–602, 604–6
Vintage Computer Festival 661, 663–5, 667
fetishes 56, 60
Fewster, K.J. 1, 6, 10, 14, 16, 28, 32–3
field archaeology 364, 466
and urban project 469–70
field excavation techniques 438–9
fieldwork 29, 32, 214–15, 264, 291, 332, 469–71
preparing for 470–1
fieldworkers 159, 366, 368
film 55, 310, 552–3, 570–1, 616, 731–2, 735–7
footage 580, 582, 587, 589
fragments 578–9, 586
materiality of see materiality, of film
materials 578–9, 583–4, 588–9
strips 579, 583–4
text 579, 587
filming 470, 582–3, 588
Filmmuseum 585–6
fingerprints 366, 579
finitude 207, 221
Finland 55, 253, 255
Finn, C. 8, 12, 659–60, 664–9, 714
firearms 45, 671–4, 677, 679, 681
firefighters 365
first-hand experience 315, 663, 669
First Nations 610–11, 615
first responders 367, 373, 375
First World War 352–3, 355, 361, 454, 512
Western Front 353, 355
fitness 693–5
fixedness, functional 88
flags 213, 404, 417, 510, 519, 580, 767
flaked stone artefacts 289–90, 293–4
floating fishing villages 282–3
floating hotels 282–3
floor space 402
flowers 103, 251, 327, 454, 457, 461–2, 490
plastic 452, 455
folk-archaeological interpretations 264, 269
food waste 265, 270
footprints 49, 294, 412, 472, 551–2
forced removals 323, 426, 428, 430, 433
Ford 7, 254, 688–90
Ford, L.O. 566, 572–3
Fordism 308, 688
forecasting 403–6
foregrounding 72, 195, 200, 432, 629, 637
forensic anthropology 42, 370
forensic archaeology 16, 40–51, 68
current and future directions 50–1
definition 40–1
development 41–2, 50
history 41–2
role of forensic archaeologist 43–7
and traditional archaeology 47–50
Forensic Archaeology Recovery see FAR
forensic evidence 365, 372–3
forensic sciences 40–1, 50, 365–7, 372
forensic scientists 49, 366, 372, 385
forensics, and ‘finding the fallen’ 358–9
forests 158, 289–90, 293, 313, 316, 403, 639
eucalypt 289–90
south coast 293–4, 300
forgeries 220, 247
form follows function 223, 634
formation 46, 50, 58, 196, 204, 435, 613
processes 48, 262–4, 267, 270–1
Former Yugoslavia 371–2
fossils 171, 418, 722
Foucault, M. 3, 7, 155, 207, 224, 692, 695
fountains 223–4, 481, 509, 768
Four Corners 264, 267, 269
Four Host First Nations (FHFN) 610, 615
fractal dimension of archaeological patterning 385–8
fractals 385
fractured heritage 496, 503–4
fragility 94, 141–2, 560, 587, 590
fragments 12, 62, 155, 172–3, 580, 588–9, 648
film 578–9, 586
framing 282–3, 336, 389, 522, 586, 649, 652
France 29, 253, 255, 381, 396, 417, 746–50
freed captives 510, 512, 515
freedom 187, 294, 399, 434, 515, 568, 737
black 509–10, 515
Freud, S. 3, 60, 174, 176, 307, 498, 502
frictions 3, 7, 106, 109, 162, 236, 729
fringe camps 297, 299
frontiers 14, 17, 405, 416
function 89–90, 100–3, 150–2, 174–5, 247, 276, 599
form follows 223, 634
symbolic 100, 135, 247
functional fixedness 88
functionalists 68–9
funeral directors 451, 458–9
funeral rituals 459–60
funerals 295, 454, 458, 462, 737
furniture 103, 169, 269, 400, 418, 620
fuses 672–8
future-oriented archaeology 271, 466
futures 11, 55, 302, 432, 491–2, 566, 616
futurists 224, 309, 400
futurology 11, 17
Galileo 83–4, 406, 411
games 328, 429, 435, 443, 610–13, 615–18, 621
computer 33, 225, 666
garbage 55, 194, 258, 262, 269, 302
contemporary 192, 265, 415
Garbage Project 55, 261–70
as behavioral archaeology 262–4
garbology 15, 261, 264–71
dilemmas 267–70
origins 265–7
gardens 42, 44, 46, 181, 328, 339, 490
Garner, S. 549–50, 552
Garrard, C. 582
gases 61, 103, 184, 354, 705
gated communities 313–14
Gaumont Film Company 587
geckos 722
gender 7, 32, 67, 233, 301, 338, 495–6
gendered spaces, checkpoints as 494–505
gendering 715–16
generalizations 28, 474, 561
genetics 70, 388, 461
GEO orbits 411
geographers 2, 55, 313–14, 443, 582
cultural 439, 447, 659
historical 72, 442
geographical information systems see GIS
geography 3, 32, 67, 141, 438, 447, 661
cultural 439, 447, 659
historical 72, 442, 445
human 113, 160
geophysics 41–2, 552, 662
Germany 66, 201, 253, 297, 409, 586
gestural traces 550, 556, 558, 560
gesturality 555, 558
gestures 4, 152, 156, 331, 523, 550–6, 561
gestures of excavation 556
ghettoization 69, 72, 75
dispersed 73–4
ghettos 69, 72–3, 75, 242, 317
Giannachi, G. 153
Gibson, J. 57, 83, 85–7, 222, 708
Giddens, A. 225, 274–5, 307, 690
gifts 143, 155, 179, 184, 268, 515, 718–19
Gilbreth, F.B. 687–8, 691
Gilmore, J. 219, 222, 227, 276–7, 627–9, 639
Giordano, A. 72–5
GIS (geographical information systems) 2, 72, 145, 367, 382, 552
Glastonbury Abbey 220
global capitalism 178, 416
global fitness 695
global media 135–46
global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) 411
global networks 333, 380, 668
Global South 425, 702, 707
globalization 275, 355, 418, 432, 463
gnawing into the future 10, 215
GNSS (global navigation satellite systems) 411
goat dung 31–2
gods 83, 95, 102, 135, 186–8, 224, 226
Godwin, L. 293–4
gold 60, 188, 411, 486, 503, 571, 705
González-Ruibal, A. 8–11, 47, 68, 76–8, 200–2, 310–11, 313–14
Goodall, H. 297
goods 95–6, 101–3, 142, 188, 276, 459, 515
consumer 188, 213, 405, 703
dry 99, 101, 103
Goodwin, C. 111, 558
Goody, J. 454, 456, 461
Google Earth 382, 418, 499
Gorman, A. 7, 12, 15, 410–11, 415, 417–18, 420
Gosden, C. 110, 112, 169, 381, 686, 696
Gould, R. 2, 6, 10, 28–30, 35–6, 369–70, 373–6
governance, Internet 139–42, 144
governments 68, 139, 144, 233, 400, 445–6, 702
graffiti 236–7, 241, 327, 337, 348, 472–3, 489
Gramsci, A. 308, 689
grave goods 451, 460
grave markers 257, 456
grave-markers 455–6
graves 44, 352, 427, 452, 454–6, 458, 461
clandestine 45–6, 48–9
mass 41–2, 48, 50, 68, 309, 359, 371
war 354, 358
Graves-Brown, P. 33–4, 36, 220, 225, 277, 491, 616
Great Britain 233, 253, 751–2 see also United Kingdom
Great Eastern Steamship 248–57
afterlife artefacts 250–7
Great Firewall of China 144
Great Ship Company 249–50
Great White Silence, The 580, 586–7
Great White South, The 580
Greece 7, 173, 258, 613
Green, T. 515, 518
Green Point 426, 428, 430, 434
Greenham Common 325
Greenpeace 323, 328–9, 707
grenades 401
Griffin, P. 673
Grisbaum, G.A. 41
ground penetrating radar (GPR) 44–5, 382
Ground Zero 369, 373
groundwater 264, 705
growth 87, 173, 242, 256, 275, 353, 513–14
(p. 799) Guantanamo Bay detention camp 315
guards 497, 500–1
Guattari, F. 124–6, 128, 279, 733
Guerneville cemetery 456–7
gunmen 672–80
gunpowder 672–3, 679
guns 89, 184, 500, 597, 672–82, 718–19
breech 679–80
cartridges 68, 367, 679–80
earliest 672, 678
firing 672–3, 678
Gut, The 467–8, 476–7
gyms 693–5
H Block 239
Ha Long Bay 282–3
habit memory 209–10
habitats 155, 629, 637, 639, 708
natural 290, 632
habits 55, 115, 209, 263, 269, 308, 690
hair 66, 90, 293
Hamburg 401
Hamilakis, Y. 8–9, 11, 13, 132, 496, 613, 760–1
hand axes 5, 384–5
hand colouring 580
Handler, R. 222, 277–8
Hands Off Committee 428, 430–2, 434
Haraway, D.J. 4, 56, 58, 111, 686
hardware platforms 145
Harman, G. 105, 108, 113, 206, 614
Harold and Maude 730, 736–9
Harvey, D. 201, 276, 313–14
Harvey, K. 67, 71, 250
hasty sightseer 122, 126–8, 130–2
healing 76, 327, 503–4
heat 136, 405, 578–9, 583, 672
Heidegger, M. 6, 11, 99–102, 207, 221, 308
helical scan recording 732, 735, 739
heritage 7–8, 13, 273–84, 471–2, 503–4, 515–17, 661
archaeological 291
archaeologies of, in late modern experience society 278–83
black 512–15
contemporary archaeology of 273, 278, 284
cultural 353, 471, 476, 486, 496, 505, 611
discourse 291–2
experience 278–9, 283–4
themed 278
in the experience economy 276–8
folklore 480
fractured 496, 503–4
of homelessness 347–8
intangible 277, 284
management 195, 279
maritime 254
and modernism 479–92
movement 479
natural 282, 475, 504
presence of the past in late modern societies 273–5
production of 273
of protest 329–31
sites 257, 273, 277–80, 282, 284, 421
management 278–9
space 419–20
theme parks 33, 278
and urban project 475–7
withdrawal of 501–3
heroes 167, 492, 694–5
Hicks, D. 4, 6, 10, 123, 479, 658, 685
hidden histories 430–2, 470
high-heel shoes 185–6
High Line 480, 487–91
Hinchcliff, S. 567
Hippias 167–8
hippies 179, 181, 185, 188, 227
historians 58, 67, 69–72, 75–8, 172–5, 257–8, 306
historic environment 486
historic maps 43
historic materials 10, 279, 281
historic monuments 440, 501
historic racing 746, 751–2
historical archaeology 15, 343, 409, 415–16, 431, 439, 444–5
historical change 141, 274, 379
historical context 585, 588, 697
historical development 671, 681
historical events 201, 254, 351
historical geography 72, 442, 445
(p. 800) historical inquiry 67, 207, 469, 522
historical narratives 207–8, 360–1, 474, 479, 485, 491
historical research 417, 442
oral 179, 473
historical sources 743, 755
historical time 172, 174, 207, 701
historicism 77, 207–8
illness of 204, 207
historicity 578–9
historiography 67, 69–70, 145, 584
hobbies 257, 353, 463, 666
Hodder, I. 28, 31, 108, 114, 178
Holocaust 66–9, 72, 77–8
historiography 67–8
Holt, E.B. 84
Holt Cemetery 451–5, 461
holy relics 220, 224, 228
home-video practices 728, 730, 733
homeless 8–9, 194, 269, 337–8, 344–5, 347–8, 488
bloggers 344, 346
campsites 339, 343
industry 338, 348
life 347–8
homelessness 2, 16, 151, 234, 336–49, 565
archaeology as counter-narrative 339–46
Blogs Project 343–4
Bristol and York 345
collaborative approaches 345
commonly accepted narratives 338–9
heritage of 347–8
Indianapolis Project 340–3, 346
indigenous archaeologies 345–6
next stages of research 346–7
persistence 337–8
potential of archaeology to influence social policy 348–9
St. Paul, Minnesota Project 339, 342, 346
systematic surveys of homeless sites 340–3
virtual cultural landscapes 343–4
Hope Taylor, B. 552, 555
horses 102, 297, 570
hotels 211, 222, 276, 282, 342–3, 467, 497
floating 282–3
household waste 264–6
households 265–6, 269, 469, 513
houses 29, 31, 35, 44, 60, 72, 145
ghetto 72–3, 75
mass-produced 312
housing 151, 153, 296, 338, 340, 513–14, 689
human action 32, 34, 57, 101, 385, 418
articulation 98, 101–3
human agency 91, 196–7, 381, 388–9
human behaviour see behaviour
human body 7, 123, 192, 322, 355, 385, 398–9
human bones 47, 355, 426, 452, 454
human destruction 193–5
human engagement 410, 421
human form 99, 691–2
human geography 113, 160
human history 60, 170, 172, 179, 198, 201
weight of 60
human intervention 43, 57, 196, 443
human life 56–7, 59, 84, 101–2, 416
human objectivations 90
human perception see perception
human relations 5, 56, 153, 523, 560
human remains 40–1, 43, 46–7, 352–4, 369–70, 374, 428–9
human-rights archaeology 369, 371–2, 376
human rights groups 359
human waste 340, 343
humanitarian impulses 365, 373
Hume, D. 84
Hunter, J. 41–2, 45–6, 48–50
Husserl, E. 99–100
Hutchins, E. 671–3, 679
Huyssen, A. 155, 195, 204
hydrolysis 733, 736, 738
ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) 140–1
Iceland 196–7, 199
iconic sites 415, 522
ICTs (information and communications technologies) 137, 515, 703
identification 42, 127, 196, 240, 243, 370, 583–5
victim 364–5, 370
identity
collective 9, 169, 611
cultural 33, 36, 292
(p. 801) identity politics 278, 425, 429
ideologies 13, 69, 75, 199, 213, 252, 311
political 254, 256
IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) 139–41
IfA (Institute for Archaeologists) 47, 50
Ifantidis, F. 8, 11, 13
IGPC (Inter-Governmental Philatelic Corporation) 254–7
illness of historicism 204, 207
illusions 83–4, 578–9, 587
images 250–4, 256–7, 498–9, 523–4, 571–3, 578–90, 615–18
content 578, 584, 590
moving 578, 582, 587, 615–16
photographic 578–9, 653
public domain 396, 398, 402, 404
resolution 579, 583, 586
screen 103, 616
immateriality of war 499
immediacy 131, 214, 606
immersion 57, 637–8
immigrants 455–6
immutable mobiles 552
Imperial War Museum 155
imperialism, cultural 256
impossibility of ruins 198
in-camera slippage 586
INAH (Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia) 278
inanimate objects 82
indexicality 553, 578, 580, 690
India 140, 158, 248, 410, 500–1, 707, 736
Indiana 314, 340, 508, 512
Indiana University 266, 513–14
Indianapolis 340–2, 344, 347–8, 508–15, 517–19, 610
Cultural Trail 510, 515, 517–19
near-Westside 512–14
Indianapolis Project 340–3, 346
indigenous archaeologies 345–6, 474
indigenous communities 6, 179, 188
individualism 221, 452, 461, 463
individuality 102, 206, 213, 220–1, 227, 355, 565
Indonesia 253
industrial archaeology 356, 419
industrial body 693
industrial ruins 194, 270, 473
industrial sites 194, 356, 693
industrial societies 267, 338, 692, 755
industrialization 178, 207, 219, 227, 315, 397, 555
infant, cult of the see cult of the infant
inflation 255–6
informal interviews 472–3
informants 28, 31–2, 35, 184, 352, 358, 472
information and communications technologies see ICTs
infrastructure 139, 241, 278–9, 281–2, 284, 397–8, 600–1
Ingold, T. 2, 4, 55–8, 60, 85, 549, 558
inhabitants 8, 155, 211, 234–5, 503, 602, 607
inhabitation 583, 595–6, 601
inhabited spaces 523, 525
Inkblot Media 619
innocuous objects 358, 385
innovations 56, 123, 143, 174, 265, 678–80, 691
inorganic entities 95, 103
inscribed value 718, 724
inscription 250, 523, 552, 554, 763
insiders 32, 469, 659
instabilities 580, 582–3, 586
instants 172, 207–8, 554, 578, 702, 736, 768
Institute for Archaeologists (IfA) 47, 50
institutional spaces 522–45
institutionalization 662–3
institutions 13, 58, 131–2, 322–3, 523–5, 637, 663
Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH) 278
instructions 159, 580, 584, 703
instruments 58, 70, 186, 256, 301, 322, 400
intangible heritage 277, 284
intellectual property rights see IPRs
intentional destruction 198, 201
intentional objects 97
intentionalists 68
Inter-Governmental Philatelic Corporation see IGPC
intercession 643, 646, 648
interdependency 560
interdisciplinarity 2–5, 76, 106, 108–9, 451, 552, 561
interdisciplinary dogma, mereology of 106–9
Interferences 559–60
interior spaces 470, 497, 523
interiors 70, 75, 213, 216, 328, 433
international militarism 326, 332
International Olympic Committee (IOC) 612–13, 618
international relations 139, 568
International Telecommunications Union see ITU
Internet 13, 135, 137–45, 251, 325, 380, 702–4
archaeology 135, 141
auction sites 438
bitrot 144–6
communications 136, 142, 735
governance 139–42, 144
IPRs (intellectual property rights) and State 142–4
nascent 139–40
as physical environment 136–7
protocol and codec 137–9
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers see ICANN
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) 139–41
Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) 143
interventions 3, 16, 149, 200, 204, 570–1, 648–9
human 43, 57, 196, 443
interviews 28, 32, 55, 76, 126, 470, 473–4
informal 472–3
personal 649, 651
intrusion 283, 339, 431, 643, 649, 652
Inuit 610
investigative teams 41, 44, 47
investments 101, 249, 256–7, 400, 402, 488, 582
invisibility 72, 207, 300, 501, 554–5
involuntary memories 205, 210
IOC (International Olympic Committee) 612–13, 618
IPRs (intellectual property rights) 142–4
IPTV (Internet Protocol TV) 143
IPv6 141–3, 145
Iraq 7, 253, 371, 494–6, 498–500, 502–4
antiquity of 500–1
Iraqi checkpoints 12, 499
iron 68, 240, 397, 669, 673
Iron Age 12, 32, 153, 161, 386
Ismail, Sellam 664–6
Italy 310, 400, 668, 702
ITU (International Telecommunications Union) 139–41, 702
Jacobs, J. 481–5
James, H. 198, 484
Japan 124, 253, 429, 668, 692
architecture 124, 127
Osaka 124–5, 127
Jensen, R. 276, 703
jewellery 101, 374, 457–8, 460, 606, 666
Jews 68–9, 72, 75
Jobs, S. 661, 663, 668
Joerges, B. 5, 82, 480–1
Johnson, M. 14, 205, 356, 565, 685
Johnston, R. 2, 321, 324, 330–1, 351, 566, 614
Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) 365
Jones, H. 439
Jones, R.A. 253
Jones, S. 59, 219, 221, 228
Jones Beach 481, 487, 491
Jordan, J. 322, 328–9
journalism 224, 264–5, 451
journeys 14, 66, 71, 150, 157, 734, 738
rental 736, 738
Joy, J. 353, 717, 724
JPAC (Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command) 365
jugs 99, 102–3
Jungle Camp 602–3
Juno 405–6
Jupiter 405–6
juries 48, 366, 372, 375
juxtapositions 573
Kafka, F. 223
Kant, I. 96, 98, 103
Kaplan, C. 400, 403
Karbala 495, 503–4
Kauzmain 495, 499–501, 504
Kaye, N. 153, 157
Kenya, Marakwet 31–2
kernel density 72, 74
Kiddey, R. 16, 345–6
Kliegel, C. 620
knot knowing 105, 109–13, 115
knowledge 3–5, 42–3, 57, 126, 167–8, 524, 658–60
archaeological 13, 33
disciplinary 204, 434, 552, 557
specialized 167, 671
Kola 68
Kopecky, A. 180–1, 184
Kopytoff, I. 220–1, 716, 718, 721
Korea 140
Korsgaard, C. 96, 103
Krug, K. 612–13
Kurnell 298
Kurson, R. 354
L-Arkipierku 467
labelling 383–4
labour 31, 61, 101, 167, 275, 277, 690
human 61, 189, 193, 691
Labrum 71
Lacedaemonians 167–8
Lanark Way 236–7
land ownership 153, 187–8
landfill workers 268–9
landfills 192, 261, 263–70, 386
landing sites, planetary 417, 420
landscape biography 16, 472
landscape change 43, 379, 382
landscapes 71–2, 311, 379–80, 442–3, 471–3, 494–6, 739
cultural 235, 346, 409–10, 416, 668
modern 487, 491–2
motorway 437, 443
racialized 518–19
rural 72, 199, 302, 447
language 84, 86, 296, 431–2, 468–70, 497–8, 555
politics 445–7
Larrakia 345–6
Lascaux 219, 222, 228
late modern experience societies 273, 278–9, 284
late modern societies 121, 273, 276
late modernity 226, 276, 743
Latin America 253, 707
launch 156, 249, 405, 410, 417, 428, 659–60
sites 410, 415
laundry 89, 299
law enforcement agencies 42, 49–50, 266
law(s) 28, 95, 138, 143, 263, 331, 365–7
of human behaviour 29, 31
natural 312, 692
layers 138, 143, 149–51, 158, 161–2, 383, 386
magnetic 734, 738
layout 30, 150, 324, 326, 357, 388, 600
LCROSS (Lunar Crater Observation Sensing Satellite) 411
Le Corbusier 308–9, 312, 486
Le Mans 746, 748–9
leadership 427, 524
legacies 176, 332, 359, 471, 486, 490, 729
legislation 40, 327, 353, 420, 706
legitimacy 321–2
Lemonnier, P. 4, 12, 111, 189, 494, 743–4, 755
Leone, M.P. 28, 30, 371
liberal dreams/fantasies 306, 311–15
liberal regimes 311–12
liberalism 143, 315
libraries 138, 211–12, 224, 311, 598, 620
Liddle, R. 617–18
lidos 694–5
life histories 8, 222, 229, 346–7, 414, 416, 714
lifestyle 188, 297, 693
lightness 395–6, 398–9, 401, 752
Lil’wat 611
Limelight Video 734–6, 738
liminal spaces 603, 619
limited attentional resources 677
LINC 664
linear time 77, 208–9
liquids 99, 343, 583, 734
literary networks 106, 109
live animals 629–30, 632–4, 636–40
lived experience 201, 219, 233, 395, 487, 696
lived realities 234, 278, 485
lived value 718, 724
liveliness 56, 58–9, 724
living communities 6, 262–3, 294
(p. 804) living history 476, 659
living memory 121, 412, 665
load 106, 108–9, 679
failure 113–14
loading 679–80
local community 9, 333, 471, 482
local histories 353, 430, 432
local residents 327, 568, 570
locales 68, 201, 242, 575, 733
locations 44, 49–50, 98–9, 158, 224–5, 415–17, 553
remote 354, 410
Lockefield Gardens 513–14
locks, spring-loaded 677–8
London Zoo 634–5
Penguin Pool 634–5
Long, R. 33, 739–40
Long Bay World Heritage Site 282
Long Kesh 237–8, 240, 243, 330–1
longevity 232–3, 237
Loos, A. 227–8
Louisiana 451–2
Low Earth Orbit 411, 417
loyalty cards 374–5
LRO (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter) 413
Lucatello, A. 586–7
Luckman, T. 90
Ludlow 332, 357
Lunar Crater Observation Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) 411
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) 413
lunar surface 413–15, 420
Lyminge 330
Lynch, M. 58, 109–11, 386–8, 552
McAtackney, L. 237, 239, 241–2, 331
McCallum, K. 616
McGuire, R. 8–9, 109, 322, 332–3, 357
machines 228, 268, 645, 664–6, 690–1, 693, 696
machinic architecture 124, 126–7, 131
magical contagion 228–9
magnetic tape 13–14, 732, 734–5, 738
mainstream archaeology 415, 419
maintenance 162, 243, 247, 417, 438, 452, 455
Malta 13, 466–77
Gut, The 466–9, 476–7
Strait Street 467–77
management 10, 49, 138, 140, 420, 687–8, 724–5
of objects 274–5
scientific 685, 688, 690, 693
waste 264–6
manufactured vulnerability 323–4
maps 72, 161–2, 344–5, 375, 582, 603–4, 738–9
historic 43
memory 357
Marakwet 31–2
Marcoux, J.-S. 724
marginalized groups 42, 349
Marinetti, F.T. 224, 228, 308, 311
maritime heritage 254
markers 389, 400, 452, 454, 456–7, 461, 469
grave 257, 456
markets 89, 122–3, 142–4, 187, 454, 459, 462
Mars 411, 417, 420
Marvin, G. 628, 630, 634, 637–9
Marx, K. 204, 432, 686, 688–9
Maserati 748, 751–2
mass-fatality disasters 364–5, 370–1, 376–7
mass graves 41–2, 48, 50, 68, 309, 359, 371
mass-produced commodities 182–4, 187
mass-produced goods 94, 228, 739
mass production 178, 189, 210, 219, 227–8, 312, 356
mass waste 261, 269–70
massacres 68, 333, 354, 357, 360
material actions 743–4, 752–3, 755
material animals 627–53 see zoos
material cellphone see phones
material culture 2–4, 7–8, 14–15, 28–36, 67–8, 437–9, 713–19
archaeological studies of contemporary 9–10
archaeology of contemporary 6, 380
and children 713–16, 719–20, 724–5
contemporary 5–6, 9–11, 35, 54, 121, 132, 385
(p. 805) distinctive 337, 355
motorways 439–44
of Silicon Valley 658, 663
studies 15, 34–5, 59–60, 113, 123, 188, 206
material entities 57–8, 634
material environment 169–70, 306
material excess 313, 315
material memory 171, 174–5, 213, 215
material objects 66–7, 70, 75–6, 101, 263, 383, 451
material possessions 95, 178, 724
material realities 233–4, 243, 314, 519
material relations 54, 56–7, 59, 61, 700
material signatures 599, 601
material things 103
material traces 281, 284, 293, 310, 333, 388–9, 467
material trajectories 204, 210
material transformations 58, 236, 455, 729, 731
material universe 169–71, 176
materialism 686, 701, 713
cultural 700–1, 708
materiality 12–14, 69–70, 77–8, 123, 299–300, 312–14, 442–3
abject 310, 317
black 511
and colour line 508–12
distinctive 299, 301, 322
everyday 508, 511
of film 578–89
deciphering of colour technologies and practices 585–9
Ponting's documents and narratives of the Antarctic 580–3
provenance and fascia of image and narrative 589–90
substance of