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Make-do and Mend: Archaeologies of Compromise, Repair and ReuseBen Jervis and Alison Kyle 2012 © BAR Publishing
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This volume derives from a session held at the 2010 Theoretical Archaeology Group conference (Bristol University). The aims of this session were to explore occurrences of compromise (or making do) and repair (mending) in the past, with a particular focus on material culture. This original scope broadened to encompass reuse – inextricably linked to the central themes, particularly when considered through a biographical approach.
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