gender/archaeology biblio 3
C.L. Lyons (EGS2G92@MVS.OAC.UCLA.EDU)
Wed, 13 Apr 1994 18:43:00 PDT
John Robb suggests additional bibliography on gender and indigenous-
" continuing last message, I had to stop by my office for
something else and got some refs. which might be useful (out of the
Gendered Past book mentioned above):
Foote, Cheryl and Sandra Schackel, 1986. Indian women of New
Mexico, 1535-1680. in New Mexico Women: Intercultural Perspectices,
ed. Joan Jensen and Darlis Miller, 17-40. Albuquerque: UNM Press.
Fratt, Lee, 1991. A preliminary analysis of gender bias in the
sixteenth and seventeenth century Spanish colonial documents of the
American Southwest. in The archaeology of gender: proceedings of the
22nd Annual Conference of the Archaeological Association of the
University of Calgary, ed. Dale Walde and Noreen Willows, 245-251.
Joyce, Rosemary, 1992. Images of gender and labor organization in
Classic Maya society. in Exploring Gender through Archaeology:
selected papers of the 1991 Boone Conference, ed. Cheryl Claessen,
63-70. Madison: Prehistory Press.
Sempowski, Martha, 1986. Differential mortuary treatment of
Seneca women: some social inferences. Archaeology of Eastern North
Scott, Elizabeth M. 1991. A feminist approach to historical
archeology: 18th century fur trade society at Michilimackinac.
Historical Archaeology 25:42-53.
Scott, Elizabeth M. 1991. Gender in complex colonial societies:
the material goods of everyday life in a late 18th century fur trading
community. in The Archeology of Gender: proceedings of the 22nd
Annual Conference of the Archaeological Association of the University
of Calgary, ed. Dale Walde and Noreen Willows, 490-495.
Seifert, Donna, 1991. Introduction: gender in historical
archaeology. Historical Archaeology 25:1-4.
Deagan, Kathleen 1983. Spanish St. Augustine: the Archaeology of
a Colonial Creole Community. New York: Academic Press.
Not on the New World, have you seen an article by J.Coldstream on
Greek-Italic intermarriage at Pithecusa? Oxford Journal of
Hope these are useful."
forwarded by C.L. Lyons