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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In Black Feminist Archaeology: Theory, Politics, Praxis and Poetics (2001), Irma
McClaurin outlines the purpose of a Black Feminist methodology: Taking on the
this role of scholar-activist (or public intellectual) mandates an ethos of praxis;
thus, the research of Black Feminist anthropologists is frequently directed toward
action and achieving some outcome that will help ameliorate the oppressive/
subordinate conditions to which Black women historically have been and
continue to be ...

The Archaeology Of The African Diaspora In The Americas

Author: Theresa A. Singleton
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Engendering African- American Archaeology The archaeology of gender is a
rapidly developing research interest, but only a few studies of gender have been
attempted in African-American archaeology (Seifert 1991; Muller 1992, [1995];
Hautaniemi 1994; Yentsch 1994). An engendered African-American archaeology
has great potential to advance feminist archaeology. Gender roles are often
subject to persistent stereotypes about what constitutes male or female labor and
identity or ...

Aegaeum

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In another recent review, Ericka Engelstad has argued that “the relationship
between feminism and gender archaeology is now being pushed even further
into the background. ... queers: sexual politics in the construction of the past," in
P.L. GELLER and M.K. STOCKERT (eds), Feminist Anthropology: Past, Present,
and Future (2007) 89-101; R.A. SCHMIDT and B.L. VOSS (eds), Archaeologies of
Sexuality (2000); Among Women; M. FRANKLIN, “A black feminist-inspired
archaeology?

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. WILKIE "Ar'n't I a woman?" Sojourner ...
community. My vision of a realized engendered African American archaeology
would be one that is politically engaged in feminist thought (after Franklin 2001)
and one that focuses on a fine-grain level analysis of social 73 Granny Midwives:
Gender and Generational Mediators of the African American Community LAURIE
A WILKIE.

The Archaeology Of Mothering

Author: Laurie A. Wilkie
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136755446
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Using archaeological materials recovered from a housesite in Mobile, Alabama, Laurie Wilkie explores how one extended African-American family engaged with competing and conflicting mothering ideologies in the post-Emancipation South.