Combining the Past and the Present: Archaeological Perspectives on Society : Proceedings from the Conference "Prehistory in a Global Perspective" Held in Bergen, August 31st - September 2nd 2001, in Honour of Professor Randi Haaland's 60th Anniversary
These twenty papers were delivered at a conference held in Bergen in 2001 which was convened to honour Randi Haaland's contribution to global archaeology. The papers cover a broad archaeological spectrum but focus on the archaeology and ethnography of South America, Africa, Asia, Australia and prehistoric Europe and the Near East. Five main subjects areas are covered: Gender, rituals and social identity; Food, consumption and metal production in prehistory; Evolution, traditions and structures; Approaches to African archaeology; Cultural Heritage and Rock Art.
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Death and Ambivalent Materiality Human Flesh
Another Fword? Feminist Gender Archaeology
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activities Africa agricultural animals approach archaeology argued artefacts associated Bantu behaviour Bergen body bone burials Cambridge carvings Cave central Chalcolithic Chami coast communities complex connected context copper cultivation cultural dating death discussed early East eastern evidence example excavated female feminist Figure finds flesh furnace gender groups Håland Henshilwood heritage human images important increase indicate interpretation Iron Age knowledge Lake late later living London male material meaning metal metallurgy Middle Moche models Mozambique nature northern noted objects origins paintings past period person perspective phase plants Pleistocene points population possible pottery practices Prehistory present production recent Recuay references regarded region remains represent ritual rock art role similar smelting social society South southern Stone Studies suggested symbolic trade tradition University Press western women