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Gender and material culture in archaeological perspective

Author: Moira Donald; L M Hurcombe
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Macmillan Press ; New York : St. Martin's Press, 2000.
Series: Studies in gender and material culture.
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Material culture has only recently been studied as evidence of gender relations. Case studies, drawn from many different periods and areas, develop diverse concepts and theories in this collection of essays.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Moira Donald; L M Hurcombe
ISBN: 0333643321 9780333643327 0312223986 9780312223984
OCLC Number: 48064580
Description: xxiv, 275 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm.
Contents: Material culture of the homosexual male : a case for archaeological exploration / Keith Matthews --
Sisters are doing it for themselves? Gender, feminism and Australian (Aboriginal) archaeology / Sarah Colley --
Sexist present, a human-less past : museum archaeology in Greece / Dimitra Kokkinidou and Marianna Nikolaidou --
Gender : enabling perspective or politically correct term? An analysis of how gender and material culture are viewed by 1990s' academia / Mary Baker --
Gender and craft innovation : proposal of a model / Louise M. Senior --
Time, skill and craft specialization as gender relations / Linda Hurcombe --
Time, gender and production : a critical evaluation of archaeological time concepts / Charlotte Brysting Damm --
Who lights the fire? Gender and the energy of production / Jenny Moore --
Long handled weaving combs : problems in determining the gender of tool-maker and tool-user / Tina Tuohy --
Use of space in a gender study of two South African Stone Age sites / Lynn Wadley --
Gender, material culture, ritual and gender system : a prehistoric example based on sickles / Catherine Johnsson, Karolina Ross and Stig Welinder --
Lithic functional analysis as a means of studying gender and material culture in prehistory / Linda R. Owen --
Fat is a feminist issue : on ideology, diet and health in hunter-gatherer societies / Marek Zvelebil --
Anthropology and archaeology of Mesolithic gender in the western Baltic / Chris Meiklejohn, Erik Brinch Petersen and Verner Alexandersen --
Gendering of children in the Early Bronze Age cemetery at Mokrin / Elizabeth Rega --
Classic Maya diet and gender relationships / John Gerry and Meredith S. Chesson.
Series Title: Studies in gender and material culture.
Responsibility: edited by Moira Donald and Linda Hurcombe.
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