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    Breaking New Ground reviewed in Arqueologia Publica

    Breaking New Ground: how professional archaeology works has been reviewed in Volume 4 – 2014 of Arqueologia Publica. The full review is at http://www.arqueologiapublica.es/descargas/1418066119.pdf   REVIEWS Doug ROCKS-MACQUEEN Breaking New Ground: How Professional Archaeology Works [Kenneth Aitchison] Landward Research 2013 Kindle Edition The first thing a reader will notice about this book is the lack of a hardcopy or softcopy editions. That is because the author, Kenneth Aitchison, has forgone the slower process of print publication and has jumped into the exciting new world of digital publishing. This piece is completely digital and can be downloaded from Amazon currently at ₤2.87. Though do not let the medium or the price…

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    Reviews for Breaking New Ground

    Breaking New Ground: how professional archaeology works, published by Landward Research Ltd, has received a couple of reviews on Amazon. It has also been reviewed in RESCUE News by Reuben Thorpe (with the same review text as published on Amazon) "Aitchison will be known as probably the most hard working and prolific writer about archaeology in the market place" Papers from the Institute of Archaeology  by Hana Koreich "an extremely valuable contribution to a growing interest in the sociology and history of archaeology, serving as an impressive guide to a period starting with the 1800s and running to as recently as 2010. Having strong and detailed up-to-date work on the shelf so quickly…

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    Breaking New Ground in Salon

      The publication by Landward Research Ltd of Breaking New Ground: how archaeology works has been covered in Salon, the Society of Antiquaries of London Online Newsletter (issue 280, 16 July 2012).   E-books by Fellows: Breaking New Ground: how archaeology works Two e-books have come Salon’s way in recent days. E-books are not the cue for a Wallace and Grommit joke but rather they are works published for Kindle and other electronic devices as distinct from books that are published conventionally but also made available digitally, usually as a PDF version of the printed book (and often costing just as much). The advantage of a Kindle book, says Fellow…