Women in Archaeology / Edition 1

Women in Archaeology / Edition 1

by Cheryl Claassen
     
 

Women in Archaeology documents and discusses attempts to exclude women from the discipline of archaeology and the resulting androcentrism of archaeological knowledge.

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Women in Archaeology documents and discusses attempts to exclude women from the discipline of archaeology and the resulting androcentrism of archaeological knowledge.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780812215090
Publisher:
University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.
Publication date:
07/28/1994
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
0.60(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

List of Tables
List of Figures
1Introduction1
2Creating Their Own Niches: Career Styles Among Women in Americanist Archaeology Between the Wars9
3Ladies of the Expedition: Harriet Boyd Hawes and Edith Hall at Work in Mediterranean Archaeology41
4Dorothy Hughes Popenoe: Eve in an Archaeological Garden51
5Blue Corn Girls: A Herstory of Three Early Women Archaeologists at Tecolote, New Mexico67
6Marian E. White: Pioneer in New York Archaeology85
7Early Women in Southeastern Archaeology: A Preliminary Report on Ongoing Research96
8Madeline Kneberg Lewis: An Original Southeastern Archaeologist110
9Down in the Field in Louisiana: An Historical Perspective on the Role of Women in Louisiana Archaeology120
10Cowgirls with the Blues? A Study of Women's Publication and the Citation of Women's Work in Historical Archaeology138
11Women in Mesoamerican Archaeology: Why Are the Best Men Winning?159
12Male Hunting Camp or Female Processing Station? An Evolution Within a Discipline173
13Women in Contract Archaeology182
14Academic Alternatives: Gender and Cultural Resource Management in Arizona202
15Women and Archaeology in Australia210
References Cited219
Index245
Contributors251

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