Environmental Archaeology: What is in a Name?



Environmental Archaeology: What is in a name?
Pişkin, Evangelia (Springer International Publishing, 2018-03-01)
This book aims to thoroughly discuss new directions of thinking in the arena of environmental archaeology and test them by presenting new practical applications. Recent theoretical and epistemological advancement in the field of archaeology calls for a re-definition of the subdiscipline of environmental archaeology and its position within the practise of archaeology. New technological and methodological discoveries in hard sciences and computer applications opened fresh ways for interdisciplinary collabor...
Environmental Archaeology: What Is in a Name?
Pişkin, Evangelia (2014-09-14)
Despite its long history, environmental archaeology today still remains beyond the unambiguous classification. This broad, capacious term is some kind of label or banner, under which different researchers undertake their studies. Definitions of it vary significantly from being a list of encompassing subdisciplines, a set of analytical techniques within archaeological science, a discipline between two realms that of science and the other of humanities concerned with the reconstruction of past environment and...
Environmental Archaeology: Current Theoretical and Methodological Approaches
Pişkin, Evangelia (Springer, London/Berlin , Springer, 2018-03-01)
Environmental Researchers' Data Practices: An Exploratory Study in Turkey
Allard, Suzie; Aydınoğlu, Arsev Umur (2012-01-01)
This qualitative exploratory study probes the knowledge and attitudes of information science and environmental researchers in Turkey towards scientific data and information particularly in regards to sharing and preservation. Ten environmental scientists and two information scientists were interviewed. Results reveal that research data is stored mostly on personal computers. This raises two issues: organizational and technological sustainability. Environmental scientists in Turkey do not engage in data-inte...
Environmental psychology discourse in architecture: current status in Turkish architecture education
Mert, Sezen; Basa, İnci; Department of Architecture (2019)
In a world that gets more and more industrialized every day, human factors fade into background in various fields. Architecture is one of those fields that suffer from this. When architects started to prioritize concerns such as form, function, aesthetics or economics, and neglect human psychology to some extent, rupture of human and design interaction transpired. This rupture can be overcome through embracement and absorption of the human psychology and usage of it to create sufficient spaces. In order to ...
Citation Formats
E. Pişkin, “Environmental Archaeology: What is in a Name?,” 2014, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/86686.