Invisible cultures [electronic resource] : historical and archaeological perspectives / edited by Francesco Carrer and Viola Gheller
- Conference Author:
- Invisible Cultures: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives (Conference) (2014 : Università degli studi di Trento)
- Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015.
- Physical Description:
- xxvii, 284 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Carrer, Francesco, 1947-
- Restrictions on Access:
- License restrictions may limit access.
- Narratives and invisibility / Viola Gheller -- Invisible cultures in archaeology / Francesco Carrer -- The invisible (im)migrants of the Early Empire between exclusion and assimilation / Davide Astori, Maria Elena Galaverna and Nicola Reggiani -- Post-colonial immigration memory in contemporary France : resistance to epistemic violence / Yoshimi Tanabe -- Gender amender : sex-changing and transgender identities in Ovid's Metamorphoses / Anna Everett Beek -- (Un-)veiling politics : women's political writings during the Julio-Claudian age / Irene Somà -- With pen or brush : traces of women in fifteenth-century Italy / Davide Tramarin -- Urban marginality : other, iteration and materiality : archaeologies of urban life and death in an Argentinean setting (Villa Muñecas, San Miguel de Tucumán) / Martina Hjertman and Per Cornell -- Archaeological indicators for medieval prisons / Lara Tonizzo Feligioni --Transhumant sheep farming and seigniorial economy in the Veronese pre-Alps (twelfth-fourteenth centuries) / Attilio Stella -- In search of the shepherds : archaeological and historical perspectives for the study of salt and animal husbandry in the north of the Kingdom of Granada / Antonio Malpica Cuello, Sonia Villar Mañas, Guillermo García-Contreras Ruiz and Luis Martínez Vázquez -- Society in Erto and Casso : oral history and new investigation methods / Fabrizio Filioli Uranio --Traces of an Indian community in the city of Sumhuram, Oman : investigation of materials found during excavations / Silvia Lischi -- People and things : ceramic petrography as a means for exploring the hidden workings of local communities in postpalatial Crete / Florence Liard -- Where have all the pirates gone? / Aaron L. Beek.
- 9781443874618 (Cloth)
81443884150 (electronic bk.)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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