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Natural Histories and Social Identities in Neolithic Orkney

Jones, Andrew (2005) Natural Histories and Social Identities in Neolithic Orkney In, Casella, Eleanor Conlin and Fowler, Chris (eds.) The Archaeology of Plural and Changing Identities. Beyond Identification. London, UK, Kluwer Academic/Plenum pp. 233-259.

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Beyond Identification: An Introduction.- Part I. Identity and Social Change. Medieval Towns, Modern Signs, Identity Inter-spaces: Some Reflections in Historical Archaeology.- "Either or Neither Nor": Resisting the Production of Gender, Race and Class Dichotomies in the Pre-Colonial Peiod.- Part II. Identity: Category and Practice. Sexual Subjects: Identity and Taxonomy in Archaeological Research. The Contribution of Gender to Personal Identity in the Southern Scandinavian Mesolithic.- Identity Politics: Personhood, Kinship, Gender and Power in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Britain.- Homing Instincts: Grounded Identities and Dividual Selves in the British Bronze Age.-Part III. Identity and Place.-"Games, Sports and What-Not": Regulation of Leisure and the Porduction of Social Identities in 19th Century America. Changing Identities in the Arabian Gulf: Archaeology, Religion, and Ethnicity in Context. Caste in Cuenca: Colonial Identity in the 17th Century Andes.- Natural Histories and Social Identities in Neolithic Orkney.- Index.

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Published date: 2005


Local EPrints ID: 28785
ISBN: 0306486938
PURE UUID: 28faf25c-eaea-4505-a728-a8836081360a

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Date deposited: 09 May 2006
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 16:00

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Author: Andrew Jones
Editor: Eleanor Conlin Casella
Editor: Chris Fowler

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