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Review of the Web sites for Chinese archaeology

Ka‐wai Fan, Celine Yuen Yan Lai
2004 ASLIB Proceedings  
This article discusses the evaluation of Web sites dedicated to Chinese archaeology, and also points to six main characters of online resources for the subject area.  ...  Using credibility, accuracy, reasonableness, support, and uniqueness as criteria for Web site evaluation, the authors analyse five Web sites in an effort to determine the value and quality of the information  ...  The Web sites for Chinese Archaeology, Chinese Cultural Relics News Network and the Center for the Study of Chinese Archaeology, Peking University, were created and are supported by some of the most authoritative  ... 
doi:10.1108/00012530410549286 fatcat:s6a2v3svvfgebmf4xbwub4y54m

The Archaeology of Chinese Immigrant and Chinese American Communities

Bryn Williams, Barbara L. Voss
2008 Historical Archaeology  
context for the archaeological case studies that follow.  ...  In the first article, "Overseas Chinese Archaeology," Barbara Voss and Rebecca Allen trace the development of archaeological research on Chinese heritage sites in North America and provide an historical  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03377095 fatcat:bvpnlumxxbasjcoqioafvqnt6y

Searching for Chinese history journals online

Ka Wai Fan
2005 Electronic library  
Purpose -Based on the author's experience, this paper aims to provide tips for finding Chinese history journals on the web.  ...  Design/methodology/approach -After reviewing a total of four portals, the author points out the challenge faced by searchers.  ...  The Internet Guide for Chinese Studies, edited by Hanno Lecher, is also part of the World-Wide Web Virtual Library.  ... 
doi:10.1108/02640470510631317 fatcat:4st622xr3nh2nizkp2jqxf4ciq

Archaeology and Culture in Southeast Asia: Unraveling the Nusantao (review)

John A. Peterson
2007 Asian Perspectives  
Reviewed by Elizabeth M. Brumfiel, Northwestern University Gender and Chinese Archaeology presents an introduction and 11 original studies that draw upon already published data.  ...  In contrast, Solheim remains close to his experience of the archaeological landscapes of the region, to the data, and to his prodigious knowledge of artifacts, sites, and collections in his illumination  ... 
doi:10.1353/asi.2007.0010 fatcat:fvsed5iz5ffplmqdf7kt523jqu

Connecting the Dots

Vimalin Rujivacharakul
2015 ABE Journal  
The identity of the early Bronze Age Erlitou site near Luoyang, Henan, China, for example, has remained an unending battlefield in Chinese archaeology since its discovery in 1959.  ...  Throp, “Erlitou and the Search for the Xia,” Early China, vol. 16, 1991, p. 1–38, Xiaoneng Yang, The Golden Age of Chinese Archaeology.  ... 
doi:10.4000/abe.2603 fatcat:kyzh2jwj5rd27cs5jfu7nfc7te

Connecting the Dots

Vimalin Rujivacharakul
2015 ABE Journal  
The identity of the early Bronze Age Erlitou site near Luoyang, Henan, China, for example, has remained an unending battlefield in Chinese archaeology since its discovery in 1959.  ...  Throp, “Erlitou and the Search for the Xia,” Early China, vol. 16, 1991, p. 1–38, Xiaoneng Yang, The Golden Age of Chinese Archaeology.  ... 
doi:10.4000/abe.10808 fatcat:k2icgsljt5dalgvgyvlw6gcleu

Mapping Historical Archaeology and Industrial Heritage: The Historical Spatial Data Infrastructure

Dan Trepal, Don Lafreniere, Timothy Stone
2021 Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology  
This is particularly true for the era of industrialization, where the archaeological record is accompanied by a comparatively rich historical record.  ...  While a vibrant and growing research literature exists on the value of GIS to archaeology in general, the application of geospatial digital data to the subfield of historical archaeology is less well developed  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wish to thank Dr. Timothy Scarlett and the 2018 Industrial Archaeology Field School Crew for the use of their work as an example in this study.  ... 
doi:10.5334/jcaa.77 fatcat:2tzecdvpjfhqzccyinoy4d76pa

EAC volume 44 Cover and Back matter

2021 Early China  
Contributors need not be members of the Society for the Study of Early China, but all submissions other than those expressly commissioned by the editorial board are subject to peer review.  ...  Published annually by the Society for the Study of Early China and Cambridge University Press, it includes articles based on original research, occasional translations of seminal articles wri en in Chinese  ...  Cambridge Core For further information about this journal please go to the journal web site at: of use, available at  ... 
doi:10.1017/eac.2021.18 fatcat:6lpgk4bajbctrkeftqivya465u

Geographic Disparity in Machine Intelligence Approaches for Archaeological Remote Sensing Research

Dylan S. Davis
2020 Remote Sensing  
Archaeological data are crucial for understanding the past, and as such, documentation of this information is imperative.  ...  Analyses from Web of Science and Microsoft Academic searches reveal that there is a substantial difference between the Global North and South in the output of machine intelligence remote sensing archaeology  ...  Acknowledgments: I wish to thank the anonymous reviewers who provided invaluable feedback which substantially improved the text. Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12060921 fatcat:3rdukinmejce7ky5zifkgof2j4

Some highlights of the 2004/2005 academic year

Peter Ucko
2004 Archaeology International  
Dr Qin Ling of the University of Peking returned to the Institute in March 2005 with four other Chinese members of the Joint Steering Committee and Working Group of the International Centre for Chinese  ...  After a review of the Institute's Field Archaeology Unit (FAU), and the departure of its director, David Rudling, to take up an appointment as lecturer in continuing education at the University of Sussex  ... 
doi:10.5334/ai.0802 fatcat:pn2y3lmt7rbazedkbel7lpwe24

EAC volume 39 Cover and Back matter

2016 Early China  
( - ) Cheung Kwong-Yue (Alex) Zhou Fengwu ( - ) Kuan-yun Huang ARTICLES The Problem of Typology in Chinese Archaeology Anke Hein The Xinian: An Ancient Historical Text from the Qinghua University  ...; Phone ()  ; Fax. ()   For customers outside of North America Cambridge Journals OnlineFor further information about this journal please go to the journal web  ... 
doi:10.1017/eac.2016.21 fatcat:otp2c6cmlnebxpguk7lhffrfoi

Applied archaeobotany of southwest Asia: a tribute to Naomi F. Miller

Chantel E. White, John M. Marston, Alan Farahani
2019 Vegetation History and Archaeobotany  
And finally, we thank Felix Bittmann, the editorial staff of Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, and the many peer reviewers of the articles herein for supporting our special issue.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the Fryxell Award selection committee of the SAA for accepting our nomination of Naomi Miller for the 2017 Fryxell Award.  ...  to the field of archaeological site taphonomy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00334-019-00725-6 fatcat:vu5674fyojbkli3ljjlc3mm7le

The historical archaeology of the Chinese in Far North Queensland

Heather Burke, Gordon Grimwade
2013 Queensland Archaeological Research  
Historical archaeology on some of these sites has been carried out since the mid-1980s, but has largely been consultancy-driven, creating data that are patchy, skewed towards urban centres and often non-comparable  ...  While limited in depth, the archaeology of the Overseas Chinese in FNQ highlights critical gaps and provides a preliminary platform from which to identify future research directions, particularly a need  ...  Sean Ulm suggested the original idea for this paper and the editors and reviewers offered insightful comments that have materially contributed to the final product.  ... 
doi:10.25120/qar.16.2013.226 fatcat:exqsqrdlqbb2pko6rs2vajecqy

: Cultural Frontiers in Ancient East Asia . William Watson

David E. Young
1973 American Anthropologist  
Yet Piggott was willing to include Rana Ghundai in his account of the Aryan invasion and so make this site a support for the Rig Veda!  ...  Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural His- tory, Vol. 47, Part 2. New York. Piggott, Stuart 1962 Review of Archaeological Surveys in the Zhob and Loralai Districts, West Pakistan.  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.1973.75.6.02a01260 fatcat:kuyy2ouwazgb5j3bx2xq5t35wy

New Book Chronicle

Robert Witcher
2017 Antiquity  
We start with a fascinating blend of archaeology and historical ecology by Todd Braje: Shellfish for the Celestial Empire: the rise and fall of commercial abalone fishing in California.  ...  The books reviewed in this edition of NBC are loosely linked by the theme of animals and how they interact with humans-as sources of meat, wool, bone and manure; as the basis of economic livelihoods and  ...  Chapter 5 turns to 'The archaeology of Chinese abalone fishing in southern California'.  ... 
doi:10.15184/aqy.2017.24 fatcat:ia65l62gujd5rb4b5e5i7l6mlq
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