By Luis F. Bate
En esta obra, Luis Felipe Bate propone un temario para abordar el estudio de los problemas básicos de l. a. arqueología bajo l. a. luz del materialismo dialéctico. Una premisa en el cumplimiento de esta tarea l. a. constituye el esclarecimiento de l. a. categoría de cultura sobre los angeles cual anticipa conceptos originales y sugerentes.
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Conclusion The construction of heritage as a social object is a complex process involving many objects and subjects. It is not out there, waiting to be discovered, nor in here, in the mind of the researcher. Rather, heritage is an emergent assemblage that implies novel distributions of the material and the discursive. Architects and curators bring in their knowledge practices, handworkers, and construction entrepreneurs, their know-how and techniques, politicians pursue their networks and influence, and tourists are, or are not, attracted by the heritage elements.
Arqueología y materialismo histórico by Luis F. Bate