The Archaeology of Maritime Landscapes

This approach provides physical and theoretical links between terrestrial and underwater archaeology as well as prehistoric and historic archaeology; consequently, providing a framework for integrating such diverse topics as trade, resource procurement, habitation, industrial production, and warfare...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Ford, Ben (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York, NY Springer New York 2011, 2011
Edition:1st ed. 2011
Series:When the Land Meets the Sea, An ACUA and SHA Series
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  •  Chapter 12: Material Culture and Maritime Identity: Identifying Maritime Subcultures through Artifacts, Heather E. Hatch
  •  Chapter 13: The “Richest River in the World”: The MaritimeCultural Landscape of the Mouth of the Río Chagres, Republica de Panamá, James P. Delgado, Frederick H. Hanselmann, and Dominique Rissolo
  • Chapter 14: US Shipbuilding Activities at American River, South Australia: Finding Significance of ‘Place’ in the Maritime Cultural Landscape, Claire P. Dappert
  •  Chapter 15: “What Do You Want to Catch?”: Exploring the Maritime Cultural Landscapes of the Queenscliff Fishing Community, Brad Duncan
  •  Chapter 16: The Binary Relationship of Sea and Land, Christer Westerdahl
  •  Chapter 17: Places of Special Meaning: Westerdahl’s Comet, ‘Agency’, and the Concept of the ‘Maritime Cultural Landscape’, Joe Flatman
  •  Conclusion: The Maritime Cultural Landscape Revisited, Christer Westerdahl
  •  Chapter 6: Ship to Shore: Inuit, Early Europeans, and Maritime Landscapes in the Northern Gulf of St. Lawrence, William W. Fitzhugh, Anja Herzog, Sophia Perdikaris, and Brenna McLeod
  •  Chapter 7: Temporal Changes in a Pre-Contact and Contact Period Cultural Landscape along the Southern Rhode Island Coast, Christopher Jazwa
  •  Chapter 8: A Maritime Landscape of Old Navy Cove and Deadman’s Island, Krista Dana Jordan-Greene
  •  Chapter 9: Potential Contributions of a Maritime Cultural Landscape Approach to Submerged Prehistoric Resources, Northwestern Gulf of Mexico, Amanda M. Evans and Matthew E. Keith
  •  Chapter 10: Modeling Maritime Culture; Galveston, Texas in the Historic Period, Matthew E. Keith and Amanda M. Evans
  •  Chapter 11: The Hidden World of the Maritime Maya: Lost Landscapes along the North Coast of Quintana Roo, Mexico; Jeffrey B. Glover, Dominique Rissolo, and Jennifer P. Mathews
  • Preface: Putting the Wheels on Maritime Cultural Landscape Studies, David J. Stewart
  •  Introduction, Ben Ford
  • Chapter I: Searching for Santarosae: Surveying Submerged Landscapes for Evidence of Paleocoastal Habitation off California’s Northern Channel Islands, Jack Watts, Brian Fulfrost, and Jon Erlandson
  • Chapter 2: Testing the Paleo-Maritime Hypothesis for Glacial Lake Iroquois
  • Implications for Changing Views of Past Culture and Technology, Margaret Schulz, Susan Winchell-Sweeney, and Laurie Rush
  • Chapter 3: Lake Ontario Paleoshorelines and Submerged Prehistoric Site Potential in the Great Lakes, Jessi Halligan
  • Chapter 4: The Shoreline as a Bridge, Not a Boundary: Cognitive Maritime Landscapes of Lake Ontario, Ben Ford
  • Chapter 5: Rock, Paper, Shipwreck: The Maritime Cultural Landscape of Thunder Bay, Wayne R. Lusardi