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Maritime Archaeology and Social Relations


Year: 2006
Language: english
Author: Virginia Dellino-Musgrave
Genre: History
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 208
Description: Global processes such as capitalism and colonialism are influenced by local forces and manifested in events at a local level. The study of local practices can thus provide new insights into broader social relations. This book analyses British action at the end of the 18th century in the Southern hemisphere. Two Royal Navy ships, one off the Argentinean coast and one off the Southeast Australian coast are examined.

Contents

CONTENTS
Preface
Acknowledgements
CHAPTER 1: Introduction
1.1 Overview..............................................................................1
1.2
1.3 Research Context..................................................................6
1.3.1 Introduction to Some Concepts ................................ 6
1.3.2 The South Atlantic and Australia ............................. 8
1.3.3 Research Ideas ..........................................................9
1.3.4 The Case Studies .................................................... 11
1.3.5 A Brief Summary.................................................... 13
1.4 Organisation of this book ................................................... 13
CHAPTER 2: Linking Historical and Maritime Archaeology
2.1 Introduction ........................................................................17
2.2 Historical Archaeology.......................................................18
2.3
‘Modern’ World’? ............................................................. 19
2.4 Historical Archaeology and Archaeology of Contact ....... 20
2.5 Maritime Archaeology .......................................................22
‘The Archaeology of the Event’.............................. 25
2.6
Archaeological Evidence ................................................... 29
2.7 Summary ............................................................................32
CHAPTER 3: Historical and Maritime Archaeology: The
Argentinean and Australian Case Studies
3.1 Introduction ........................................................................33
3.2 Historical and Maritime Archaeology................................ 33
3.2.1 A Brief Review of the Argentinean Case Study..... 33
3.2.2 A Brief Review of the Australian Case Study ........ 36
3.3 The Case Studies ................................................................39
3.3.1 The Swift Project..................................................... 39
3.3.2 The Sirius Project ................................................... 44
3.4 Summary ............................................................................46
............................................................................ ix
............................................................................ .. vii
Historical Archaeology or The Archaeology of the
2.5.1 Two Main Approaches: ‘Pompeii Premise’ versus
The Combination of Historical Documents and
.................
General Historical Context of the 18th Century................... 4
List of English-Metric Conversions............................................... xvii
List of Abbreviations .....................................................................xviii
CHAPTER 4: Meaning and Social Archaeology
4.1 Introduction
........................................................................ 49
4.2 Space, Time and Social Beings .......................................... 50
4.2.1 Space, Landscapes and Places ................................ 50
4.2.2 The Interpretation of Social Landscapes ................ 53
4.2.3 Social Time............................................................. 56
4.2.4 Social Beings .......................................................... 58
4.3 Material Relationships and the Meaning of Things ........... 59
4.3.1 Activities, People and the Material World .............. 62
4.4 Praxis: The Construction of Identities through
Materiality........................................................................... 65
4.5 Summary
............................................................................ 68
CHAPTER 5: Consuming Capitalism and Colonialism
5.1 Introduction
........................................................................ 71
5.2 Capitalism as a Social Process ........................................... 72
5.2.1 Defining Capitalism................................................ 72
5.2.2 Capitalistic Studies in Maritime Archaeology........ 77
5.2.3 The Capitalistic World: the Modern World? .......... 79
5.3 Colonialism: Shaping Identities ......................................... 80
5.3.1 Knowledge, Experience and Identities ................... 84
5.4 Production and Consumption of Identities ......................... 86
5.5 Summary
............................................................................ 90
CHAPTER 6: Understanding Places on the South Atlantic and on the Southeast Coast of Australia
6.1 Introduction
........................................................................ 93
6.2 Environment and Historical Context on the Atlantic
Coast of Patagonia............................................................. 94
6.2.1 Europeans in the Malvinas/Falkland Islands .......... 98
6.2.1.1 HMS Swift ............................................................ 100
6.2.2 Puerto Deseado ..................................................... 103
6.3 Environment and Historical Context on the Southeast
Coast of Australia............................................................. 105
6.3.1 New South Wales ................................................. 105
6.3.2 Norfolk Island and the Wreck of the Sirius .......... 107
6.3.2.1 HMS Sirius ...........................................................
6.4 Summary ..........................................................................
109
CHAPTER 7: British Identities Through Pottery in Praxis
7.1 Introduction ......................................................................
113
7.2 Pottery Assemblage and Its General Characteristics........ 114
7.2.1 Decorative Patterns as Lifestyle Indicators .......... 117
7.2.2 Pottery Imitation and Definition of Ourselves...... 119
7.3 Production, Consumption and Habitual Actions .............. 121
7.3.1 Memories from the Homeland.............................. 125
7.3.2 Interpretation of British Habitual Action
Through Storage Wares........................................128
7.4 Royal Navy Ships and Their Routines ............................. 131
7.5 Positioning and Power Structures..................................... 132
7.6 Summary ..........................................................................
135
CHAPTER 8: Interpretation of British Action Through Social Landscapes
8.1 Introduction ......................................................................
137
8.2 Socialised Physical Landscapes ....................................... 138
8.2.1 Locating Settlements in the Landscape................. 13
8.2.2 Understanding British Action Through the Distribution of
Resources......................................145
8.3 Networks and Interactions................................................ 146
8.3.1 Settlements, Circulation of Goods and People’s Position in the World
....................................... 147
8.3.2 Experiencing Landscapes Through the Accumulation of Knowledge
........................... 152
8.3.3 Acknowledging Natives: Knowledge as a Powerful Tool
..................................................... 155
8.3.4 Competing Powers ............................................... 157
8.4 Final Thoughts..................................................................
159
8.5 Innovations of This Research ........................................... 164
References.........................................................................................1
67
Index...............................................................................................
...189

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