Some recent papers by Vítor Oliveira Jorge:
2006 – (with the assistance of Cardoso, João Muralha; Vale, Ana Margarida; Velho, Gonçalo Leite and Pereira, Leonor Sousa), Copper Age “monumentalized hills” of Iberia: the shift from positivistic ideas to interpretive ones. New perspectives on old techniques of transforming place and space as results of a research experience in the NE of Portugal, in Approaching “Prehistoric and Protohistoric Architectures” of Europe from a “Dwelling Perspective” (Jorge, V. O. Jorge et al. , eds), Porto, ADECAP (special issue – vol. 8 – of the Journal of Iberian Archaeology), p. 203 – 264.
2006/2007 – The evanescence of the “material” and of the “cultural”: the impossibility of fixing a face. Some notes on experience, representation, identity – steps into an interdisciplinary field of enquiry? In Overcoming The Modern Invention of Material Culture (Jorge, V. O. & Thomas, Julian, eds.), Porto, ADECAP (special issue – vol. 9/10 – of the Journal of Iberian Archaeology), p. 271 – 312.
2008 – Archaeological excavation as (“artistic”) performance: dissolving some unnecessary boundaries between art and science for the sake of knowledge, In Archaeology and the Politics of Vision in a Post-Modern Context (Thomas, Julian & Jorge, V. O., eds.), Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p. 76-100.
2009 – (with Daniela Kato), Archaeology and poetry: questions of translation and of the particular versus the universal: a short note, In Journal of Iberian Archaeology, vol. 12, under press.
2009 – An archaeologist looks critically at the concept of “cultural landscape” : a very preliminary note, In Journal of Iberian Archaeology, vol. 12, under press.
2009 – Archaeology’s Achilles heel: some notes for a paper aiming at overcoming the misleading concept of “material culture”, In Journal of Iberian Archaeology, vol. 12, under press.