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Comparative studies in the archaeology of colonialism
|Statement||edited by Stephen L. Dyson.|
|Series||BAR international series ;, 233|
|Contributions||Dyson, Stephen L.|
|LC Classifications||CC77.H5 C65 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||85232385|
Possessing the World Taking the Measurements of Colonisation from the 18th to the 20th Century that make imperative the rethinking of a historiography is reason enough to make this book a valuable addition to the comparative studies of colonialism and world history.” [the French edition], Bouda Etémad’s book has remained an insider. The volume’s eleven case studies include regions often neglected in the archaeology of Spanish colonialism. The time span under investigation is extensive as well, transcending the entirety of the Spanish Empire, from early impacts in West Africa to Texas during the s.
This volume examines human sexuality as an intrinsic element in the interpretation of complex colonial societies. While archaeological studies of the historic past have explored the dynamics of European colonialism, such work has largely ignored broader issues of sexuality, embodiment, commemoration, reproduction, and sensuality. Recently, however, scholars have begun to. Comparative studies in the archaeology of colonialism / edited by University of Michigan, MPublishing, Includes both TIFF files and keyword searchable text. ([ACLS Humanities E-Book]) Mode of access: Intranet. This volume is made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Subject. Archaeology ; Comparative studies.
My research centers on comparative colonialism and the relationship between archaeology and contemporary identity, with a particular focus upon European expansion into the early modern Atlantic world(s). Major archaeological fieldwork projects include directing excavations at Jamestown, Virginia. The archaeology of the colonized tends to operate as a distinct focus within a wider archaeology of colonialism that encompasses ancient as well as more recent expansionism, imperialism, and the.
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“Successfully contributes to the understanding of colonialism and forcefully argues for a comparative approach to its study Provides case studies that stimulate thoughtful consideration of colonialism and its impacts in both the past and present.”—Midcontinental Journal of.
Comparative historical archaeology and archaeological theory / Brad Bartel --The Scandinavian colonisation of the North Swedish Interior A.D. / Atholl Anderson --Eskimo-European contact archaeology in Labrador, Canada / Susan Kaplan --Spanish colonial archaeology in the Southeast and the Caribbean / Kathleen Deagan --The archaeology of.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 30 cm. Contents: Comparative historical archaeology and archaeological theory / Brad Bartel --The Scandinavian colonisation of the North Swedish Interior A.D. / Atholl Anderson --Eskimo-European contact archaeology in Labrador, Canada / Susan Kaplan --Spanish colonial archaeology in.
Graduate students interested in exploring comparative historical approaches have the option of mastering literature in one of four sub-fields: "Historiography," "Comparative Ethnicity and Nationalism," "Comparative Gender," and "Comparative Colonialisms."Each of these fields allows graduate students to situate their own focused research in broadly conceived historiographies.
“Insightful. Challenges archaeologists to think deeply about how we study colonialism.”—Lee M. Panich, coeditor of Indigenous Landscapes and Spanish Missions: New Perspectives from Archaeology and Ethnohistory “Manages the rare feat of offering a range of detailed case studies that engage in a much broader comparative debate.”—Peter van Dommelen, coeditor of Rural Landscapes of the Price: $ This book explores a variety of case studies, revealing the multifaceted intersections of colonialism and sexuality.
About the Author Barbara L. Voss is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Stanford University, where she is also affiliated with the Stanford Archaeology Center, Feminist Studies and the Center for Comparative Study on Race Reviews: 1.
The Archaeology of Colonial Encounters. Comparative Perspectives. Edited by Gil Comparative studies in the archaeology of colonialism book. Stein.
Colonialism and its legacies have emerged as one of the most important research topics in anthropology. Indeed, we now understand that colonialism gave rise to and shaped the discipline.
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Find books. Comparative Studies in Archaeology. Centre and Periphery. DOI link for Centre and Periphery historians and political theorists in concepts of centre and periphery.
In this book a wide range of studies consider how such concepts can be used to clarify our understanding of pre-capitalist societies. The archaeology of colonialism: a case. The Archaeology of Colonialism demonstrates how artifacts are not only the residue of social interaction but also instrumental in shaping identities and communities.
Claire Lyons and John Papadopoulos summarize the complex issues addressed by this collection of essays. Four case studies illustrate the use of archaeological artifacts to reconstruct social structures.
Historical archaeology studies once relied upon a binary view of colonialism: colonizers and colonized, the colonial period and the postcolonial period. The contributors to this volume scrutinize imperialism and expansionism through an alternative lens that rejects simple dualities and explores the variously gendered, racialized, and occupied.
Colonialism and its legacies have emerged as one of the most important research topics in anthropology. Indeed, we now understand that colonialism gave rise to and shaped the discipline. However, the understanding of colonization in anthropology, history, and other fields derives largely from studies of European expansion.4/5(6).
The growing popularity of comparative colonial studies as a way to study the past and of community-based archaeologies as a way to situate studies of the past in the present brings the need to reflect upon them jointly and carefully.
This chapter takes up that challenge by highlighting the origins of indigenous archaeology and some projections about its future, attending to definitional. space. After a brief history of comparative researchon ancient societies,we review the variety of approaches used by the authors of this volume using seven dimensions of the comparative method in archaeology.
History of Comparative Research The comparison of material traits to explore variation over space and time has a long history in archaeology. To sum up, the interaction between archaeology and Imperialism, Colonialism and Nationalism developed after the French Revolution.
Archaeological studies and the scientific developments to answer the questions in the archaeology have been abused by the politicians. José David Saldívar is a scholar of late postcontemporary culture, especially the minoritized literatures of the United States, Latin America, and the transamerican hemisphere, and of border narrative and poetics from the sixteenth century to the present.
What has frequently been termed “contact-period“ archaeology has assumed a prominent role in North American archaeology in the last two decades. This article examines the conceptual foundation of archaeological “culture contact” studies by sharpening the terminological and interpretive distinction between “contact” and.
May 4, The Global Spanish Empire tackles broad questions about Indigenous cultural persistence, pluralism, and place making using a global comparative perspective grounded in the shared experience of Spanish by Christine Beaule, and John G.
Douglass, the volume’s eleven case studies include regions often neglected in the archaeology of Spanish colonialism. TY - BOOK. T1 - Rethinking colonialism. T2 - Comparative archaeological approaches. AU - Cipolla, Craig N. AU - Hayes, Katherine Howlett. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1.
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“The Archaeology of Houses and Households in the Native Southeast is certain to become an essential reference for anyone doing native archaeology in the Southeast.” —Robin Beck, author of Chiefdoms, Collapse, and Coalescence in the Early American South and coeditor of Fort San Juan and the Limits of Empire: Colonialism and Household.
This book brings together archaeologists specializing in Old and New World colonialism—both ancient and modern—to explore the major issues that cross cut their respective areas of study.
In particular, contributors investigate colonial consequences by engaging in dialogue with one another over consumption practices, diaspora and movement, representations of time, and archaeology’s.Archaeologies of Early Modern Spanish Colonialism (Contributions To Global Historical Archaeology) Through a range of specific case studies, this book offers a global comparative perspective on colonial processes and colonial situations, and the ways in which they were experienced by the different peoples.
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