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Working with rock art Working with rock art :
Illustrative Content
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South Africa
LCC: GN799.P4 W67 2012 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 759.0113 full
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Lccn: 2012526426
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This volume contains cutting edge contributions that consider new approaches to three areas: the documentation of rock art; its interpretation using indigenous knowledge; and the presentation of rock art. Working with Rock Art is the first edited volume to consider each of these areas in a theoretical rather than a technical fashion, and it therefore makes a significant contribution to the discipline. The volume aims to promote the sharing of new experiences between leading researchers in the field. While the geographic focus is truly global, there is a dominant north-south axis with strong representation from researchers in southern Africa and northern Europe, two leading centres for new approaches in rock art research. Working with Rock Art opens up a long overdue dialogue about shared experiences between these two centres, and a number of the chapters are the first published results of new collaborative research--Internet.
Table Of Contents
ON DOCUMENTING ROCK ART. Rock art management: juggling with paradoxes and comƯpromises, and how to live with them / Anne-Sophie Hygen
Expressing intangibles: A recording experience with /Xam Rock Engravings / Janette Deacon
Aspects of documentation for conservation purposes exemplified by rock art / Terje Norsted
The spatial context of rock art sites: what might GIS have to offer in the absence of a temporal resolution of rock paintings? / Thembi Russell
Rock art in context - theoretical aspects of pragmatic data collections / Tilman Lenssen-Erz
Representing southern African San rock art: a move towards digitisation / D.Winnie Mokokwe
The routine of documentation / Knut Helskog
Prehistoric explorations in rock - investigations beneath and beyond carved surfaces / Trond Ld̜e̜n
ON UNDERSTANDING ROCK ART USING INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE. Politics, ethnography and prehistory: in search of an 'informed' approach to Finnish and Karelian rock art / Antti Lahelma
Ethnography, history, rock art: the significance of social change in interpreting rock art / David Pearce
Symbols on stone - in the footsteps of the bear in Finnish antiquity / Juha Pentikĩnen
Animals and humans: metaphors of representation in south-central African rock art / Leslie Zubieta
Ways of knowing and ways of seeing: spiritual agents and the origins of Native American rock art / David Whitley
Shamanism, rock art and history: implications from a Central Asian case study / Andrzej Rozwadowski
ON PRESENTING ROCK ART. Presenting rock art through digital film / Paul Taȯn
Rock art at present in the past / Lindsay Weiss
The importance of Wildebeest Kuil: 'a hill with a future, a hill with a past' / David Morris
Theoretical approaches and practical training for rock art tourist guiding and management / Janette Deacon and Neville Agnew
Two related rock art conservation/education projects in Lesotho / Pieter Jolly
Scandinavian rock art in the past - the present - and the future / Gitte Kjeldsen
The presentation of rock art in South Africa: what are the new challenges? / Ndukuyakhe Ndlovu
Yellowstone, Kruger, Kakadu: nature, culture and rock-art in three celebrated national parks / Catherine Namono and Christopher Chippindale.
Authorized Access Point
Smith, Benjamin, 1969- Working with rock art
Authorized Access Point Variant
Helskog, Knut Arne, 1944- Working with rock art
Morris, David, 1957- Working with rock art