Lynn Meskell mainly investigates Archaeology, Identity, Cultural heritage, Cultural heritage management and Object. His Archaeology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Power and Politics. His Politics study incorporates themes from Middle East, Historical archaeology and Ancient history.
He has included themes like Reflexivity, Genealogy, Diaspora and Social theory in his Identity study. His work on Industrial heritage as part of general Cultural heritage research is often related to The Imaginary, thus linking different fields of science. Many of his studies on Cultural heritage management apply to Ethnography as well.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Archaeology, Anthropology, Politics, Cultural heritage and Cultural heritage management. His Archaeology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Human sexuality, Ideology and Power. His study on Anthropology also encompasses disciplines like
His work deals with themes such as Identity, Colonialism, World heritage and Media studies, which intersect with Politics. His Identity study combines topics in areas such as Classics and Diaspora. His research on Cultural heritage management concerns the broader Law.
Lynn Meskell focuses on Politics, Archaeology, Cultural heritage, Unesco world heritage and Art history. His work in the fields of Politics, such as International community, overlaps with other areas such as Threatened species. His work on World heritage is typically connected to Aggression as part of general Archaeology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His study in World heritage is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Archaeological research, Field research and Ideology. His Cultural heritage study introduces a deeper knowledge of Law. His study on Statue is often connected to Dream as part of broader study in Art history.
Lynn Meskell mainly focuses on Ancient history, Archaeology, Regeneration, Gentrification and Aggression. His Ancient history research includes elements of Internationalism, Islam, Middle East and State. His research integrates issues of Ethnology and Politics in his study of Archaeology.
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Archaeology Under Fire : Nationalism, Politics and Heritage in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East
Negative heritage and past mastering in archaeology
Anthropological Quarterly (2002)
Archaeologies of Social Life: Age, Sex, Class et cetera in Ancient Egypt
Object Worlds in Ancient Egypt: Material Biographies Past and Present
Archaeologies of identity
The Intersections of Identity and Politics in Archaeology
Annual Review of Anthropology (2002)
Embodied Lives: : Figuring Ancient Maya and Egyptian Experience
Rosemary A. Joyce;Lynn M. Meskell.
The Nature of Heritage: The New South Africa
Private Life in New Kingdom Egypt
UNESCO's World Heritage Convention at 40 Challenging the Economic and Political Order of International Heritage Conservation
Current Anthropology (2013)
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