1. Archaeology and Annales: time, space and change A. Bernard Knapp; Part I. Theoretical constructs: 2. Braudel's temporal rhythms and chronology theory in archaeology Michael E. Smith; 3. Time perspectivism, Annales, and the potential of archaeology Roland Fletcher; Part II. Case Studies: 4. Rhythms of change in Postclassic central Mexico: archaeology, ethnohistory, and the Braudelian model Michael E. Smith; 5. Pottery styles and social status in medieval Khurasan Richard W. Bullies; 6. Independence and imperialism: politico-economic structures in the Bronze Age Levant A. Bernard Knapp; 7. Braudel and North American archaeology: an example from the Northern Plains Philip Duke; 8. Restoring the dialectic: settlement patterns and documents in medieval central Italy John F. Moreland; Part III. Overview and Prospects: 9. Annales and archaeology Richard W. Bullies; 10. What can archaeologists learn from Annalistes? Andrew Sherrall.
This collection considers the relevance of the Annales 'school' for archaeology.