Lines that divide : historical archaeologies of race, class, and gender / edited by James A. Delle, Stephen A. Mrozowski, and Robert Paynter.
- 1st ed.
- Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, c2000.
xxxi, 328 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
- Social archaeology.
Archaeology and history.
Racism -- History.
Social classes -- History.
Sex role -- History.
Eurocentrism -- History.
- Breaking typological barriers: looking for the colono in colonoware / Theresa A. Singleton and Mark Bograd
Labor, racism, and the built environment in early industrial Harpers Ferry / Paul A. Shackel and David L. Larsen
Lemuels's garden: confronting issues of reace, class, and power through the differential preservation of archaeological sites in northern Utah / William B. Fawcett and Walter Robert Lewelling
Panoptic plantations: the garden sights of Thomas Jefferson and George Mason / Terrence W. Epperson
The divide in post-fifteenth-century southern Africa: archaeology of the color line and white settler history / Warren R. Perry
Family meals and evening parties: constructing domesticity in nineteenth-century middle-class New York / Diana diZerega Wall
Doña Luisa and her two houses / Ross W. Jamieson
Gender, power, and space: negotiating social relations under slavery on coffee plantations in Jamaica, 1790-1834 / James A. Delle
Building biographies: spatial changes in domestic structures during the transition from feudalism to capitalism / Patricia Hart Mangan
Urban spaces, labor organization, and social control: lessons from New England's nineteenth-century cutlery industry / Michael S. Nassaney and Marjorie R. Abel
The growth of managerial capitalism and the subtleties of class analysis in historical archaeology / Stephen A. Mrozowski
Epilogue: the rise of capitalist civilization and the archaeology of class, gender, and race / Thomas C. Patterson.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Delle, James A.
Mrozowski, Stephen A.
- 1572330864 (alk. paper)
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