Situating Gender in European Archaeologies

Dommasnes, L.H., Hjørungdal, T., Montón-Subías, S., Sánchez Romero, M. y Wicker, N. (eds)
2010. Series Minor 29. Archaeolingua, Budapest.
Publicado el 6/8/11


Preface (7-10)


LIV HELGA DOMMASNES y NANCY L. WICKER Situating Gender in European Archaeologies: Introduction (11-22)

SANDRA MONTÓN-SUBÍAS Maintenance Activities and the Ethics of Care (23-34)

LISBETH SKOGSTRAND Prehistoric Hegemonic Masculinities (35-50)

LIV HELGA DOMMASNES Situating Standpoints: A Gendered Approach to Norwegian Research History (51-66)

NANCY L. WICKER Situating Scandinavian Migration Period Bracteates: From Typology and Iconography to Gender, Agency, and Visual Culture (67-82)

CHRISTINE MORRIS Thoroughly Modern Minoans: Women and Goddesses between Europe and the Orient (83-92)

NONA PALINCAS Living for the Others: Gender Relations in Prehistoric and Contemporary Archaeology of Romania (93-116)

VESNA MERC Looking behind the Dead Objects: Gender and Archaeology in Slovenia (117-136)

ANA VALE Translating Materials into Activities and Activities into Persons: The Persistence of Gender Prejudices in Past Narratives in the Iberian Peninsula (137-155)


SANDRA MONTÓN-SUBÍAS y MARGARITA SÁNCHEZ ROMERO Situating Gender in European Archaeologies: Case Studies (157-160)

NATALIA BERSENEVA Child Burial during the Middle Bronze Age of the South Urals (Sintashta Culture) (161-180)

IRINA SHINGIRAY Gender, Identity, and Display: Variations in Materiality among Different Groups of the North-Western Caspian Region during the Early Middle Ages (181-204)

LOURDES PRADOS Gender and Identity in Iberian Funerary Contexts (5th–3rd century BC) (205-224)

MARIA MINA In Search of the Cycladic Hunter-warrior: Evidence and Implications for the Understanding of Gender Construction and Roles in the Early Bronze Age Aegean (225-244)

GITTE HANSEN New Pathways for Women in Twelfth-century Bergen, Norway? (245-260)

EVA ALARCÓN GARCÍA y MARGARITA SÁNCHEZ ROMERO Maintenance Activities as a Category for Analysing Prehistoric Societies (261-282)

ALMUDENA HERNANDO Gender, Individual, and Affine/Consanguineal Relationships in “Egalitarian Societies”: The Awá-Guajá Case (283-307)

Biographies (308)

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