Rethinking colonialism [electronic resource] : comparative archaeological approaches / edited by Craig N. Cipolla and Katherine H. Hayes
- Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 
- Physical Description:
- xiii, 252 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Cipolla, Craig N., 1978- and Hayes, Katherine Howlett
- Restrictions on Access:
- License restrictions may limit access.
- Introduction: re-imagining colonial pasts, influencing colonial futures / Katherine H. Hayes and Craig N. Cipolla -- Part I: Colonial structures past and present -- Colonial consumption and community preservation: from trade beads to taffeta skirts / Craig N. Cipolla -- Globalizing poverty: the materiality of colonial inequality and marginalization / Paul R. Mullins and Timo Ylimaunu -- Indigeneity and diaspora: colonialism and the classification of displacement / Katherine H. Hayes -- Cultural colonization without colonial settlements: a case study in early iron age temperate Europe / Peter S. Wells -- Colonial encounters, time, and social innovation -- Rethinking colonialism: indigenous innovation and colonial inevitability / Stephen A. Mrozowski, D. Rae Gould, and Heather Law Pezzarossi -- Materializations of puritan ideology at Seventeenth-century Harvard College / Christina J. Hodge, Diana D. Loren, and Patricia Capone -- Working with descendant communities in the study of Roman Britain: fragments of an ethnographic project design / Richard Hingley -- The archaeology of slavery resistance in ancient and modern times: an initial outlook from a Brazilian perspective / Lúcio Menezes Ferreira and Pedro Paulo A. Funari -- Part II: Looking back, moving forward: comparative colonialism and the future -- Comparative colonialism and indigenous archaeology: exploring the intersections / Stephen W. Silliman -- Comparative colonialism: scales of analysis and contemporary resonances / Audrey Horning.
- The editors have brought together archaeologists specializing in Old and New World colonialism, both ancient and modern, to explore colonial consequences by engaging in dialogue with one another over consumption practices, diaspora and movement, representations of time, and archaeology's connection to descendent communities in contemporary practice and interpretation.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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