Materiality and social practice : transformative capacities of intercultural encounters / edited by Joseph Maran and Philipp W. Stockhammer
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction / P. W. Stockhammer -- 2.Words and things: reflections on people's interacton with the material world / H. P. Hahn -- 3.Magic, materials and matter: understanding different ontologies / C. Gosden -- 4.Material concerns and colonial encounters / M. Rowlands -- 5.Matter of fact: transcultural contacts in the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean / A. B. Knapp -- 6.Encountering the foreign. (De-)constructing alterity in the archaeologies of the Bronze Age Mediterranean / D. Panagiotopoulos -- 7.Trade goods reproducing merchants? The materiality of Mediterranean Late Bronze Age exchange / G. J. van Wijngaarden -- 8.Migrant drinking assemblages in Aegean Bronze Age settings / J. B. Rutter -- 9.Entangled pottery: phenomena of appropriation in the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean / P. W. Stockhammer -- 10.Can we say, what's behind all those sherds? Ceramic innovations in the Eastern Mediterranean at the end of the second millennium / R. Jung -- 11.Ceremonial feasting equipment, social space and interculturality in Post-Palatial Tiryns / J. Maran -- 12.From Minoan Crete to Mycenaean Greece and beyond: the dissemination of ritual practices and their material correlates in ceremonial architecture / E. Borgna -- 13.The intercultural transformative capacities or irregularly appropriated goods / S. Sherratt -- 14.Lasting impressions. The appropriation of sealing practices in Minoan Crete / S. Cappel -- 15.Hyperculture, tradition and identity: how to communicate with seals in times of global action. A Middle Bronze Age seal impression from Kamid el-Loz / J. Linke -- 16.The role of the Canaanite population in the Aegean migration to the Southern Levant in the late second Millennium BCE / A. Yasur-Landau -- 17.The practical logic of style and memory in early first millennium Levantine ivories / M. H. Feldman.
- PAPERS BASED ON A 2010 CONF. STUDY SOCIAL IMPACT OF TRANSCULTURALLY TRADED ITEMS IN PREHISTORY.
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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