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Re: Discount for CHAT edited volume for CHAT 07 delegates

From:

Dan Hicks <[log in to unmask]>

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Dan Hicks <[log in to unmask]>

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Sat, 6 Oct 2007 00:00:21 +0100

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Thanks for your support, Franc. We've worked hard to secure this discount for
CHAT delegates from  Archaeopress, and as you suggest I guess that very many of
the diverse range of CHAT collaborators  would agree that the group's
engagements in archaeology have a significant political dimension.

I'll look forward to seeing you at CHAT 07 in Sheffield, which is set to be
the group's most exciting  meeting to date, and one that will take the CHAT
project in a number of new directions.

While I'll be standing down from the CHAT standing committee in
November, I'll be excited to see how CHAT develops at its 5th annual meeting and  thereafter.

Dan

-- 
Dr Dan Hicks MIFA
University Lecturer & Curator in Archaeology
School of Archaeology/Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford
tel: (44) (0)1865 613011; email: [log in to unmask]

On Fri, 5 Oct 2007 23:13:26 +0100, Franc Myles <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

><Postage will also be free for volumes that are collected directly from the
>conference.
>
>Hmmm... well that makes sense. Ever considered a career in politics Dan?!
>
>Oh go on then, put me down for one.
>
>Franc
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Dan Hicks" <[log in to unmask]>
>To: <[log in to unmask]>
>Sent: Friday, October 05, 2007 10:56 PM
>Subject: Discount for CHAT edited volume for CHAT 07 delegates
>
>
>Dear all,
>
>Further to the announcement of the publication of 'Contemporary and
>Historical Archaeology in
>Theory', Archaeopress have kindly offered to offer copies of the CHAT
>2003-2004 volume at a
>20% reduction to those attending the CHAT 2007 conference, for a limited
>period.
>
>The cost of the volume (if ordered before 23 November) will therefore be 24
>(rather than 30),
>and postage will also be free for volumes that are collected directly from
>the conference.
>
>So if you're attending CHAT 2007, and would like to take advantage of this
>offer, please email
>[log in to unmask] and cc your message to [log in to unmask] so that we
>can pass your
>details to Archaeopress.
>
>best wishes,
>
>Dan
>
>
>
>On Tue, 2 Oct 2007 22:17:24 +0100, Dan Hicks <[log in to unmask]>
>wrote:
>
>>Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory: Papers from the CHAT
>2003 and CHAT
>2004
>>Conferences (edited by Laura McAtackney, Matt Palus and Angela Piccini)
>>
>>We are delighted to announce the publication "Contemporary and Historical
>Archaeology in
>>Theory' - a collection that documents some of the diversity, and captures
>much of the energy, of
>>the contributions to the first two CHAT meetings in 2003 and 2004.
>>
>>The book is the fourth contribution to the series 'Studies in Contemporary
>and Historical
>>Archaeology'. We are continuing to develop the series with Archaeopress,
>through both authored
>>and edited volumes, and welcome enquiries and proposals for books that deal
>with the
>>archaeology of the modern period.
>>
>>Dan Hicks and Josh Pollard (Series Editors)
>>[log in to unmask]
>>[log in to unmask]
>>
>>-- 
>>
>>Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory Papers from the 2003 and
>2004 CHAT
>>Conferences
>>edited by Laura McAtackney, Matthew Palus and Angela Piccini.
>>Oxford: Archaeopress (BAR S1677 2007: Studies in Contemporary and
>Historical Archaeology 4)
>>ISBN 9781407301150. 30.00. viii+118 pages; illustrated throughout with
>maps, plans,
>drawings
>>and photographs.
>>
>>This volume assembles some of the contributions to the first two annual
>meetings of the
>>Contemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory ('CHAT') conferences,
>held at Bristol
>>University in November 2003 and Leicester University in November 2004.
>Bringing together a
>wide
>>range of archaeological practitioners from higher education and from
>professional archaeology,
>>these contributions explore the potential of archaeological studies of the
>recent and
>contemporary
>>past from a range of perspectives.
>>
>>Contents
>>1) Preface (Mary C. Beaudry);
>>2) Introduction (Laura McAtackney and Matthew Palus);
>>3) Significance, value and property in the public face of archaeology
>(Matthew Palus and
>>Christopher Matthews);
>>4) Epidemic of medicine: an archaeological dose of popular culture (Krysta
>Ryzewski);
>>5) Slavers, Swashbucklers, and salvors: the ethics of public presentation
>in nautical archaeology
>>(Brian W Gohacki);
>>6) The Paradox of Progress: land survey and the making of agrarian society
>in colonial British
>>Columbia (Jeff Oliver);
>>7) Constructing capitalism: speculation and social relations in the
>building industry, 1700-1850
>>(Martin Locock);
>>8) Some Geneaologies of Castles in Ireland (Andrew Tierney);
>>9) Cultures of antiquity and the practice of archaeology in Britain and
>Ireland (c.1700-1850): a
>>postcolonial perspective (David Harvey);
>>10) Encounters between actors, audience and archaeologists at the Rose
>Theatre, 1587-1989
>>(Julian Bowsher);
>>11) Not surfing but drowning: historic environment data on the internet:
>addressing intellectual
>>barriers to access (Martin Newman);
>>12) Concrete Islands (Paul Graves-Brown);
>>13) The contemporary and future landscape: Change and Creation in the later
>twentieth century
>>(Graham Fairclough);
>>14) Titbits revisted: towards a respectable archaeology of Strait Street,
>Valletta, Malta (John
>>Schofield and Emily Morrissey);
>>15) Cultural Identity and perceptions of slavery in the clove plantations
>of Zanzibar (Sarah
>>Croucher);
>>16) From rhetoric to research: the Bloody Meadows project as a pacifist
>response to war (John
>and
>>Patricia Carman);
>>17) Afterword: Towards an archaeology of the contemporary past (Victor
>Buchli).
>>
>>
>>The volume can be ordered from:
>>
>>Hadrian Books
>>122 Banbury Road
>>Oxford OX2 7BP
>>England
>>Tel +44 (0) 1865 310431
>>Fax +44 (0) 1865 316916
>>e-mail: [log in to unmask]
>>
>>Customers in North America can order through The David Brown
>>Book Co. in Connecticut which is the American Branch of Oxbow Books,
>>Oxford, UK.
>>
>>The David Brown Book Company
>>P O Box 511, Oakville, CT 06779
>>Tel: (800) 791-9354 or (860) 945-9329
>>Fax: (860) 945-946
>>e-mail: [log in to unmask]
>>
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