Edited volume on what archaeological mortuary analysis can tell researchers about gender relations in the ancient world.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Introduction Part 2 Gender Ideology and Mortuary Analysis Chapter 3 1. Killing the Female? Archaeological Narratives of Infanticide Chapter 4 2. Life, Death, and the Longhouse: A Gendered View of Oneota Social Organization Chapter 5 3. Gender Studies in Chinese Neolithic Archaeology Part 6 Gender and Power Chapter 7 4. Visible Women Made Invisible: Interpreting Varangian Women in Old Russia Chapter 8 5. The Position of Iron Age Scandinavian Women: Evidence from Graves and Rune Stones Part 9 Gender Roles and the Ambiguity of Signification Chapter 10 6. Gender and Mortuary Analysis: What Can Grave Goods Really Tell Us? Chapter 11 7. Sharing the Load: Gender and Task Division at the Windover Site Chapter 12 8. Grave Goods Do Not a Gender Make: A Case Study from Singen am Hohentwiel, Germany Part 13 Weapons, Women, Warriors Chapter 14 9. Decoding the Gender Bias: Inferences of Atlatls in Female Mortuary Contexts Chapter 15 10. Warfare and Gender in the Northern Plains: 'steological Evidence of Trauma Reconsidered
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