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Manifesting Power: Gender and the Interpretation of Power in Archaeology - Sweely, Tracy L. (ed.)
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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents: Introduction, Part I: Exploring Power through Gender, A Resort to Subtler Contrivances, Alice B. Kehoe, Egalitarianism, Equality, and Equitable Power, Susan Kent, Women Chiefs in the Southeast and Caribbean: Women of Power or Invisible Women, Ruth Trocolli, Gender, Power and Hterarchy in Middle-Level Societies, Janet E. Levy, Part II: Idealogy and the Negotiation of Power, Writing on the Faces of the Moon: Women's Products and Feminine Archetypes in Ancient Maya Civilisation, Carolyn E. Tate, The Metamorphosis of Xochiquetzal: A Window on Womanhood in Pre- and Post-Conquest Mexico, Geoffrey G and Sharrise D. McCafferty, Part III: Manifesting Power through Material Culture, Artels and Identities: Gender, Power and Russian America, Katherine Woodhouse-Beyer, Gender, Space, People and Power at Ceren, El Salvador, Tracy L. Sweely, Part IV: Discussions, Discussions, Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood, The balance of power among humans and between the sexes has long been a controversial topic. In Manifesting Power the contributors look at issues of power in prehistoric times. Looking at archaeological sites and ethnographic evidence over a wide geographical area Manifesting Power explores power relationships in the prehistoric age. The available power to women in Aztec and Maya societies found in Southeastern US, Denmark and Alaska is also considered. Power relations among humans have likely been a topic of interest since long before any historical claims to its nature were proffered. This book recognizes that power and gender may be rooted in the experience of power in western society. 224 pages - 234 x 156 mm Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents:Introduction, Part I: Exploring Power through Gender, A Resort to Subtler Contrivances, Alice B. Kehoe, Egalitarianism, Equality, and Equitable Power, Susan Kent, Women Chiefs in the Southeast and Caribbean: Women of Power or Invisible Women, Ruth Trocolli, Gender, Power and Hterarchy in Middle-Level Societies, Janet E. Levy, Part II: Idealogy and the Negotiation of Power, Writing on the Faces of the Moon: Women's Products and Feminine Archetypes in Ancient Maya Civilisation, Carolyn E. Tate, The Metamorphosis of Xochiquetzal: A Window on Womanhood in Pre- and Post-Conquest Mexico, Geoffrey G and Sharrise D. McCafferty, Part III: Manifesting Power through Material Culture, Artels and Identities: Gender, Power and Russian America, Katherine Woodhouse-Beyer, Gender, Space, People and Power at Ceren, El Salvador, Tracy L. Sweely, Part IV: Discussions, Discussions, Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood,The balance of power among humans and between the sexes has long been a controversial topic. In Manifesting Power the contributors look at issues of power in prehistoric times.Looking at archaeological sites and ethnographic evidence over a wide geographical area Manifesting Power explores power relationships in the prehistoric age. The available power to women in Aztec and Maya societies found in Southeastern US, Denmark and Alaska is also considered.Power relations among humans have likely been a topic of interest since long before any historical claims to its nature were proffered. This book recognizes that power and gender may be rooted in the experience of power in western society.224 pages - 234 x 156 mmVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Manifesting Power confronts the relationship between gender and power within prehistoric and historic societies. it addresses the extent to which our preconceptions of the nature of power, and of relations between the sexes, are rooted in our own experience of western society, and argues that both conditions and perceptions may have been quite different among peoples of the past. This collection includes nine innovative, diverse chapters which draw on data from a range of periods and areas. By looking at the evidence for gender distinctions both from archaeological sites and from ethnographic observation, the contributors explore what these distinctions can reveal about power relationships more generally. They reveal that the evidence frequently does not point to the existence of hierarchical gender relationships, and explore forms of power which seem to have been exercised by women among the Maya and Aztec, and in prehistoric Denmark and Alaska. Dr Alice Kehoe, Marquette University Dr Susan Kent, Old Dominion University Dr Janet Levy, University of North Carolina Dr Geoffrey McCafferty, Salve Regina University224 pages - 234 x 156 mmVersandfertig in 6-10 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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Manifesting Power: Gender and the Interpretation of Power in Archaeology

"Manifesting Power" confronts the relationship between gender and power within prehistoric and historic societies. It addresses the extent to which our reconceptions of the nature of power, and of relations between the sexes, are rooted in our own experience of western society, and argues that both conditions and perceptions may have been quite different among peoples of the past. This collection includes nine innovative chapters which draw on data from a range of periods and areas. By looking at the evidence for gender distinctions both from archaeological sites and from ethnographic observation, the contributors explore what these distinctions can reveal about power relationships in general. They argue that the evidence often does not point to the existence of hierarchical gender relationships, and explore the forms of power available to women among the Maya and Aztec, and in prehistoric Denmark, Alaska, and the southeastern United States.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415171793
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415171792
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1999
Publisher: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
210 Pages
Weight: 0,549 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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