5 edition of The Archaeology of inequality found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Randall H. McGuire and Robert Paynter.|
|Contributions||McGuire, Randall H., Paynter, Robert.|
|LC Classifications||E159.5 .A7 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 295 p. :|
|Number of Pages||295|
|ISBN 10||0631160434, 0631179593|
|LC Control Number||90001298|
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The Creation of Inequality promises to be a landmark work. ” —Robert L. Carneiro, Ph.D., Curator Emeritus and Professor Emeritus, Anthropology, Richard Gilder Graduate School at the American Museum of Natural History “ Flannery and Marcus are two of the most distinguished anthropological archaeologists in the world. Ancient cities were complex social, political, and economic entities, but they also suffered from inequality, poor sanitation, and disease--often more than rural areas. In The Ancient Urban Maya, Scott Hutson examines ancient Maya cities and argues that, despite the hazards of urban life, these places continued to lure people for many centuries.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction --Archaeology of inequality: material culture domination and resistance --Struggling with posts in colonial South Carolina --Continued pattern of dominance: landlord and tenant of the postbellum cotton plantation --Material culture in.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: The archaeology of inequality - material culture, domination and resistance, Rober r and Randall e; struggling with pots in South Carolina, Leland Ferguson; the continued pattern of dominance - landlord and tenant on the.
The Archaeology of Wealth Inequality The research is being published this month in Ten Thousand Years of Inequality, a book edited by Smith and Timothy (Amerind Studies in Archaeology). Ten Thousand Years of Inequality addresses these and other questions by presenting the first set of consistent quantitative measurements of ancient wealth inequality.
The authors are archaeologists who have adapted the Gini index, a statistical measure of wealth distribution often used by economists to measure contemporary inequality, and.
“A rigorous and highly original contribution to the heated debates, both inside and outside the academy, on inequality, showing that archaeology can extend analysis across the entire planet and back through thousands of years.”—Ian Morris, author of Foragers, Farmers, and Fossil Fuels: How Human Values EvolveBrand: University of Arizona Press.
Ten Thousand Years of Inequalityaddresses these and other questions by presenting the first set of consistent quantitative measurements of ancient wealth inequality. The authors are archaeologists who have adapted the Gini index, a statistical measure of wealth distribution often used by economists to measure contemporary inequality, and.
The archaeology of inequality - material culture, domination and resistance, Rober r and Randall e; struggling with pots in South Carolina, Leland Ferguson; the continued pattern of dominance - landlord and tenant on the postbellum cotton plantation, Charles Jnr; material culture in Boston - the black experience, Beth Ann Bower; the Northern Cheyenne breakout /5(2).
Among the new and notable outcomes, the authors report a systematic difference between higher levels of inequality in ancient Old World societies and lower levels in their New World counterparts. For the first time, archaeology allows humanity’s deep past to provide an account of the early manifestations of wealth inequality around the by: 6.
Contribution to Book The Archaeology of Inequality Material Culture, Domination and Resistance The Archaeology of Inequality ()Cited by: The origins of social inequality might lie in the remnants of ancient Eurasia's agricultural societies, according to an article recently published in the major science journal Nature.
Timothy A. Kohler TK: I have a habit—not sure if it’s good or bad—of reading as widely as I can, including lots of things that are outside of archaeology.
That’s brought me into contact with books like The Origin of Wealth by Eric Beinhocker () and Ian Morris’ book Why the West Rules—For Now. production, social inequality, and civilization. Two major emphases throughout the course are archaeology as anthropology and the relevance of archaeology to modern human society and politics.
We will also examine exciting discoveries that make the news during the semester. Animals and Inequality in the Ancient World explores the current trends in the social archaeology of human-animal relationships, focusing on the ways in which animals are used to structure, create, support, and even deconstruct social inequalities.
The authors provide a global range of case studies from both New and Old World archaeology—a royal Aztec dog burial, the monumental horse tombs. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Creation of Inequality by Kent Flannery at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Flannery and Joyce Marcus have done a remarkable job in synthesizing the two key disciplines of social anthropology and archaeology, and their book represents a significant advance Brand: Harvard University Press.
This volume of original papers by archaeologists and anthropologists is concerned with inequality in the history of North America. Using the evidence of the landscapes and material culture of the American past, it provides a series of perspective on racial, gender and economic inequalities both between and within the native American, Black and European peoples of the : Pasta blanda.
The Archaeology of Food and Social Inequality in the Andes Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Archaeological Research 21(2) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Andrea Cuellar.
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Should you anticipate problems meeting this deadline, please contact me. The Ancient Urban Maya: Neighborhoods, Inequality and Built.-Follow-up to the very popular Foundations in Social Inequality, with brand new research and case studies -Authors are all recognized experts in archaeology, and particularly in the development of social hierarchies -Includes case studies on the development of social inequalities throughout different time periods and geographic regions, including the present day.Book Review of The Creation of Inequality: How Our Prehistoric Ancestors Set the Stage for Monarchy, Slavery, and Empire, by Kent Flannery and Joyce Marcus Reviewed by Eric Poehler American Journal of Archaeology Vol.No.
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