Black Feminist Archaeology

Author: Whitney Battle-Baptiste
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351573551
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Whitney Battle-Baptiste outlines the basic tenets of Black feminist thought and research for archaeologists and shows how it can be used to improve contemporary historical archaeology.

What This Awl Means

Author: Janet Spector
Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society Press
ISBN: 9780873517577
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This pioneering work focuses on excavations and discoveries at Little Rapids, a 19th-century Eastern Dakota planting village near present-day Minneapolis.

Buried Landscapes

Author: Marisa Joanna Fuentes
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Enslaved Black Women, Sex, Confinement and Death in Colonial Bridgetown,
Barbados and Charleston, South Carolina ... In Black Feminist Archaeology:
Theory, Politics, Praxis and Poetics (2001), Irma McClaurin outlines the purpose
of a ...

Engendering African American Archaeology

Author: Jillian E. Galle
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
ISBN: 9781572332775
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CHAPTER 3 Granny Midwives: Gender and Generational Mediators of the
African American Community LAURIE A. ... My vision of a realized engendered
African American archaeology would be one that is politically engaged in feminist

Archaeology Of Atlantic Africa And The African Diaspora

Author: Akinwumi Ogundiran
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"Out of Site, Out of Mind: The Archaeology of an Enslaved Virginian Household,
ca. 1740-1778." PhD diss., University of California, Berkeley. Ann Arbor: UM1. .
2001. "A Black Feminist-Inspired Archaeology?" Journal of Social Archaeology 1

Interpretive Archaeology

Author: Julian Thomas
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441179291
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This volume gathers together a series of the canonical statements which have defined an interpretive archaeology. Many of these have been unavailable for some while, and others are drawn from inaccessible publications.