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The archaeology of power and politics in Eurasia : regimes and revolutions

Author: Charles W Hartley; G Bike Yazicioğlu; Adam T Smith
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book brings together archaeological investigations of Eurasian regimes and revolutions ranging from the Bronze Age to the modern day"--
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles W Hartley; G Bike Yazicioğlu; Adam T Smith
ISBN: 9781107016521 1107016525
OCLC Number: 755904510
Notes: Papers originally presented at the Third University of Chicago Conference on Eurasian Archaeology, May 1-3, 2008.
Description: xviii, 470 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: regimes, revolutions, and the materiality of power in Eurasian archaeology / Charles W. Hartley, G. Bike Yazicioğlu and Adam T. Smith --
Part I. The Rhetoric of Regime and Ideology of Revolution: 1. Archaeology and the national idea in Eurasia / Victor A. Shnirelman --
2. National history and identity narratives in China and cultural heritage interpretation in Xinjiang / Gwen P. Bennett --
3. 'Yerevan, my ancient Erebuni': archaeological repertoires, public assemblages, and the manufacture of a (post- )Soviet nation / Adam T. Smith --
4. Violence and power visualized: representations of military engagements between Central Asia and the Achaemenid Persian Empire / Wu Xin --
5. Public versus private: perspectives on the communication of power in ancient Chroasmia / Fiona Kidd, Michelle Negus Cleary and Elizabeth Baker Brite --
6. Lines of power: equality or hierarchy among the Iron Age agro-pastoralists of southeastern Kazakhstan / Claudia Chang --
Part II. Materialities of Homeland, Practices of Expansion: 7. Homelands in the present and in the past: political implications of a dangerous concept / Philip Kohl --
8. Processes and practices of death: toward a bioarchaeology of dynamic societies / Maureen E. Marshall --
9. Ritualization of weapons in a contact zone: between the past and the present / Kathryn M. Linduff and Yang Jianhua --
10. Ethos, materiality, and paradigms of political action in early medieval communities of the northwestern Caspian region / Irina Lita Shingiray --
11. Legitimacy and control: the making of the imperial Liao heartland / Hu Ling --
12. A bioarchaeological study of Xiongnu expansion in Iron Age Tuva, South Siberia / Eileen M. Murphy --
Part III. Regimes of the Body, Revolutions of Value: 13. Kazakhstan, postsocialist transition, and the problem of multiple materialities / Victor Buchli --
14. Forging social networks: metallurgy and the politics of value in Bronze Age Eurasia / David L. Peterson --
15. Where pottery and politics meet: mundane objects and complex political life in the Late Bronze Age South Caucasus / Alan F. Greene --
16. Revolutions within production regimes: a study of technical variation in Kura-Araxes horizon pottery of the Eastern Caucasus / MaryFran Heinsch --
17. Beastly goods: pastoral production in the Late Bronze Age Tsaghkahovit Plain / Belinda H. Monahan --
18. From regimes to revolutions: technology and technique at the Bronze Age tell at Százhalombatta, Hungary / Joanna Sofaer --
19. On archaeology and politics across Eurasia / Geoff Emberling.
Responsibility: edited by Charles W. Hartley, G. Bike Yazicioğlu, Adam T. Smith.
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