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Digging for Words: Archaeolinguistic case studies from the XV Nordic TAG Conference held at the University of Copenhagen, 16–18 April 2015Rune Iversen and Guus Kroonen 2018 © BAR Publishing
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This volume offers a selection of case studies on the interface between linguistics and archaeology. These case studies were presented at a session titled 'Archaeology and Language' at the XV Nordic Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) conference, held at the University of Copenhagen in April 2015. The main goal of the session was to present new and ongoing studies that combine aspects of archaeology and linguistics and theoretical perspectives on the field of archaeolinguistics, and to encourage new, fruitful studies on archaeology and language. The questions raised in this session concern the future of archaeolinguistic research. What can archaeologists and linguists learn from each other's disciplines? What kind of research questions are particularly suitable for future integrated studies?
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- Theory and Method (general titles)
- Central and South America and the Caribbean
- Migration Period, Early Medieval and Medieval
- North America
- Neolithic / Chalcolithic
- Agriculture / Farming / Husbandry / Land-use / Irrigation
- Central and Eastern Europe
- Bronze Age and Iron Age
- Prehistory (general titles only)
- Metallurgy / Mining
- Late Antiquity and Byzantium
- Early Modern and Modern
- Architecture / Domestic and Urban Buildings and Space / Urbanism
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