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Multivocality and Social Archaeology

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Multivocality remains for me a key component of archaeological practice, and it remains a core aspect of the methods we are using at Çatalhöyük. But I also recognize the dangers in the term and the idea, and I wish to respond here to those dangers.

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  • Cultural Heritage
  • Archaeological Practice
  • Multiple Voice
  • Wide Consideration
  • Local Voice

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Hodder, I. (2008). Multivocality and Social Archaeology. In: Habu, J., Fawcett, C., Matsunaga, J.M. (eds) Evaluating Multiple Narratives. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-71825-5_13

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