Exploring Sex And Gender In Bioarchaeology

Author: Sabrina C. Agarwal
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
ISBN: 0826352596
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This volume brings together the latest approaches in bioarchaeology in the study of sex and gender. Archaeologists have long used skeletal remains to identify gender.

Social Bioarchaeology

Author: Sabrina C. Agarwal
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781444390520
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As Voss (2008) notes, one core project in queer theory has been a critique of the
conventional divisions among physical sex, cultural gender, and sexuality,
instead exploring the ways that sex, gender, and sexuality are mutually
constituted. Bioarchaeology may then be unique in its ability to identify multiple
social factors that are incorporated in identity, including, but not limited to, gender
. As examples, the work of Perry (2004) and Hollimon (1996) identified possible
third-gender ...

The Oxford Handbook Of The Archaeology Of Death And Burial

Author: Sarah Tarlow
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191650390
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London: Museum of London Archaeology Service. A multidisciplinary study of
8,000 medieval graves from 70 cemeteries in England, Wales and Scotland
dated to c.1050c.1600 AD. Gowland, R., and Knüsel, C. (eds) 2006. Social
Archaeology of Funerary Remains. Oxford: Oxbow Books. This book contains
several useful chapters exploring aspects of social identity. Grauer, A. L., and
StuartMacadam, P. (eds) 1998. Sex and Gender in Paleopathological
Perspective. Cambridge: ...

A Bioarchaeological Approach To Prehistoric Cemetery Populations From Central And Western Greek Macedonia

Author: Sevi Triantaphyllou
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Limited
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Porotic Hyperostosis: anew perspective. American Journal of Physical
Anthropology 87: 39-47. Stuart-Macadam. P. 1998 Iron deficiency anemia:
exploring the difference. In Sex and Gender in Palaeopathological Perspective.
eds. A.L. Grauerand P. Stuart-Macadam. pp. 45-63. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press. Stuart-Macadam. P. and Dettwyler. K. 1995. Breastfeeding:
Biocultural Approaches. New York: Aldine de Gryuter Press. Sutherland. L. D.
and Suchey. J. M. 1991.

The Body As Material Culture

Author: Joanna R. Sofaer
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521521468
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Through a close examination of disciplinary practice, Joanna Sofaer highlights the tensions and possibilities offered by one particular kind of archaeological body, the human skeleton, with particular regard to the study of gender and age.

The Bioarchaeology Of Children

Author: Mary E. Lewis
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521836029
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Furthermore, we are still unable to provide a definitive sex from non-adult
remains and are therefore missing vital information about the nature of infant
mortality, the development of gender roles and changes in rates of growth and
development. ... In this book, I have tried to explore the areas of study and matters
of debate around the study of child skeletons; the rest of this chapter will outline
some of the conclusions and future directions that can be drawn from this

American Journal Of Physical Anthropology

Author: Wistar institute of anatomy and biology
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The sex/gender distinction is especially important in bioarcheology, since it is
possible to determine sex through skeletal studies and obtain information on
gender roles through artifact analyses. ... With the development of better
techniques for extracting DNA from ancient bone, it may someday be possible to
explore the relationship between the gender roles that people assumed and the
full range of sex chromosome configurations found in human populations. The
term gender began ...

T Rlerin K Keni

Author: Charles Darwin
Publisher: Le Adri
ISBN: 9635279957
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Bu reddedişte Darwin'in bir teolog olduğu da unutuluyor. Darwin'in doğumunun 200 Türlerin Kökeni'nin yayınlanışının 150. Yılındayız ve Türlerin Kökeni hem Türkiye hem dünya için yeni tartışmalar getirecek bir tazelikte.