Engendering social dynamics: The archaeology of maintenance activities.
2008. BAR International Series 1862, Oxford
Sección uno. The archaeology of maintenance activities
Towards an archaeology of maintenance activities Paloma González-Marcén, Sandra Montón-Subías y Marina Picazo
Why has history not appreciated maintenance activities? Almudena Hernando
Thoughts on a method for zooarchaeological study of quotidian life Diane Gifford-González
Sección dos. Maintenance activities and social practices.
The technics of the American Home Francesca Bray
Sun Disks and solar cycles: weaving and the down of solar cosmologies in Post-Classical Mexico Elisabeth Brumfiel
Nurturing the dead: medieval women as family undertakers Roberta Gilchrist
Maintenance activities in the funerary record. The case of Iberian cemeteries Antonia García y Carmen Risquez
Greek terracota figurines: images and representations of everyday lifeMarina Picazo
Sección tres. Maintenance activities in times of change
Grinding to a Halt: Gender and the Changing Technology of Flour Production in Roman Galilee Carol Meyers
Changing foodways: new strategies in food preparation, serving and consumption in the Bronze Age of the Iberian Peninsula Margarita Sánchez Romero y Gonzalo Aranda
“Spun on a wheel were women’s hearts”. Women between ideology and life in the Nordic past Liv Helga Dommasnes