Framing archaeology in the Near East : the application of social theory to fieldwork
Framing archaeology in the Near East : the application of social theory to fieldwork / edited by Ianir Milevski and Thomas E. Levy.
|Other authors:||Milevski, Ianir, (Editor)Levy, Thomas Evan, (Editor)|
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: Social theory and archaeology / Ianir Milevski and Thomas E. Levy
- Spacetime mapping the ancient Near East : scalability and seamlessness in theory and practice of spatial archaeology / Michael Harrower
- Gender and the archaeology of the ancient Near East : femininities and masculinities / Joanna Mardas
- Perspectives on sex and gender questions through burial practices in southern Central Asia during the Bronze Age / Elise Luneau
- Semiotics in action : Neolithic imagery on the move / Patrycja Filipowicz
- The role of communication in late 3rd millennium BC Mesopotamian society supported by cross-disciplinary interpretative tools / Alessandro Di Ludovico
- Social theories, technical identities, cultural boundaries : a perspective on the "colonial situation" in late Chalcolithic 3-5 northern Mesopotamia / Johnny Samuele Baldi
- New social perspectives on intermediate Bronze Age burial practices at Jericho / Aaron Greener
- The kingdom of Edom? : a critical reappraisal of the Edomite state model / Juan Manuel Tebes
- Biblical archaeology, processualism, post-processualism and beyond / Ianir Milevski and Bernardo Gandulla.