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By Diane Bolger

ISBN-10: 0470655364

ISBN-13: 9780470655368

An authoritative advisor on gender prehistory for researchers, teachers and scholars in anthropology, archaeology, and gender studies

  • Provides the main up to date, accomplished assurance of gender archaeology, with an specific specialise in prehistory
  • Offers severe overviews of advancements  within the archaeology of gender over the past 30 years, in addition to checks of present traits and customers for destiny research
  • Focuses on contemporary 3rd Wave ways to the examine of gender in early human societies, tough heterosexist biases, and  investigating the interfaces among gender and  prestige, age,  cognition, social reminiscence, performativity, the physique, and sexuality
  • Features a variety of local and thematic themes authored by means of confirmed experts within the field,   with incisive assurance of gender examine in prehistoric and protohistoric cultures of Africa, Asia, Europe, the Americas and the Pacific

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Wright 1996:15; Conkey 2003:873; Nelson 2006; Gero 2007; Wylie 2007; Bolger 2008:352–355) and is linked to the anti-hierarchical nature of feminist research and its tolerance and promotion of dissenting viewpoints. In addition, as argued earlier in this chapter, considerations of diversity, scale, and context, which give greater emphasis to differences within and between prehistoric communities, have become central concerns in archaeological research in recent years and are embedded in the views expressed by many of the authors in the present volume.

Indd 11 8/28/2012 2:59:53 PM 12 DIANE BOLGER Structure and contents of this volume As indicated in the table of contents, the book is divided into two parts (Thematic Perspectives and Regional Perspectives), each of which comprises three sections. The chapters in Section 1 address areas of current scholarly interest in gender prehistory: gender and human evolution (Zihlman); gender, complexity and power (Hutson, Hanks, and Pyburn); the archaeology of embodiment (Bulger and Joyce); queer prehistory (Alberti); and the future of gender in prehistoric archaeology (Conkey).

The Hague: Mouton. , and Rita P. Wright, 1996 Gendered Perspectives in the Classroom. In Gender and Archaeology. R. P. Wright, ed. Pp. 199–223. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. , 1974 Woman, Culture, and Society. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Rowlands, Michael, 1989 A Question of Complexity. In Domination and Resistance.  Miller, M. Rowlands, and C. Tilley, eds. Pp. 29–40. London: Unwin Hyman. , 2003 A Century of American Archaeology in the Middle East: Looking Back and Looking Ahead.

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