Thursday, May 27, 2010

IJHA: Abandoned Countryside

The Abandoned Countryside: (Re)Settlement in the Archaeological Narrative of Post-Classical Greece, the special edition of the International Journal of Historical Archaeology that I co-edited with Bill Caraher has come out. IJHA 14:2 (June 2010). The table of contents is as follows and I have copies of all of these if anyone is interested. Thanks to Charles Orser, editor of the IJHA for making this possible.

Kostis Kourelis, "In the Comfort of Perpetual Abandonment," pp. 209-214

David K. Pettegrew, "Regional Survey and the Boom-and-bust Countryside: Re-reading the Archaeological Evidence for Episodic Abandonment in the Late Roman Corinthia," pp. 215-229

Amelia Robertson Brown, "Islands in a Sea of Change? Continuity and Abandonment in Dark Age Corinth and Thessaloniki," pp. 230-240

William R. Caraher, "Abandonment, Authority, and Religious Continuity in Post-Classical Greece," pp. 241-254

Effie F. Athanassopoulos, "Landscape Archaeology and the Medieval Countryside: Settlement and Abandonment in the Nemea Region," pp. 255-270

Sandra Garvie-Lok, "A Possible Witness to the Sixth Century Slavic Invasion of Greece from the Stadium Tunnel at Ancient Nemea," pp. 271-284

Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, "Remembering and Forgetting: The Relationship Between Memory and the Abandonment of Graves in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Greek Cemeteries," pp. 285-301

Timothy E. Gregory, "Medieval and Post-Medieval Archaeology of Greece," pp. 302-307

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