Tag Archives: Theoretical Archaeology Group

Thinking beyond the Tool…in press!

“Thinking beyond the Tool: Archaeological Computing & the Interpretive Process” has gone to press! This wondrous tome contains my very first ever officially published paper from TAG 2010 and is possibly the most exciting thing EVER! I’m told copies should hopefully be available at CAA 2012 in Southampton in March! Advertisements

TAG 2011

Another year and another excellent TAG (Theoretical Archaeology Group) conference, this year at the University of Birmingham. Catriona Cooper and I’s session seemed to go down very well and sparked some brilliant discussion! Opening the session was Aaron Watson who presented his paper “Invisible Monuments” which discussed the issues surrounding the collection of ‘objective’ archaeological […]

CAA 2012 Call for Papers!

Catriona Cooper and I are holding another session at CAA 2012 in Southampton continuing on from our upcoming TAG session… “Maintaining a Dialogue between Observation and Visualisation” Session Code: Theory4 “From creativity comes innovation and this innovation in archaeological interpretation can uncover new avenues of thinking allowing new questions to be uncovered and examined. But […]

TAG 2011: Narrating the Gap Between Observation and Visualisation

CALL FOR PAPERS! My collegue and friend Catriona Cooper and I are currently looking for papers for our session at the upcoming Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) conference 2011 – 14th to 16th December, Birmingham (http://centraltag.wordpress.com/) related to the following topic, Narrating the Gap Between Observation and Visualisation “It can be argued that all archaeological research […]