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Archaeologies of Social Life: Age, Sex, Class et cetera in Ancient Egypt
List of Figures.Acknowledgements. Prologue. 1. Individuals, Selves and Bodies. 2. Feminisms, Gender Trouble and Sexuality. 3. Body and Soul in the Archaeology of Egypt. 4. Mapping Age, Sex and ClassExpand
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Negative Heritage and Past Mastering in Archaeology
Images of the World Trade Center site flooded the media in the aftermath of September 11, and have continued to do so in New York City. The World Monuments Watch moved quickly to feature Ground ZeroExpand
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The Nature of Heritage: The New South Africa
Acknowledgments viii Abbreviations xiii Introduction: Past Mastering in the New South Africa 1 1 Naturalizing Cultural Heritage 13 2 Making Heritage Pay in the Rainbow Nation 37 3 It's Mine, It'sExpand
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The somatization of archaeology: Institutions, discourses, corporeality
This paper examines archaeology's somatization. New conceptualizations of sex and gender in philosophy, anthropology and queer theory are discussed. Current formulations of the body within ourExpand
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Emotion in Archaeology
Despite the establishment of significant traditions of emotion research in many disciplines, there has been little discussion of the state and potential of the archaeological study of emotion. ThisExpand
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UNESCO’s World Heritage Convention at 40
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  • Current Anthropology
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The year 2012 marked the fortieth anniversary of UNESCO’s 1972 Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage. It remains the major international instrument forExpand
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Private Life in New Kingdom Egypt
Illustrations and Tables xi Acknowledgments xv Conventions xvii CHAPTER ONE: The Interpretative Framework 1 CHAPTER TWO: Locales and Communities 17 CHAPTER THREE: Social Selves 57 CHAPTER FOUR:Expand
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Multilateralism and UNESCO World Heritage: decision-making, States Parties and political processes
Why have deliberations over World Heritage sites become such a volatile arena for the performance of international tensions, new political alliances and challenges to global cooperation? Across UNExpand
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States of Conservation: Protection, Politics, and Pacting within UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee
The title, States of Conservation, deliberately references the two “states” that now occupy critical yet oppositional nodes within UNESCO’s 1972 Convention and its conservation agenda. It recalls theExpand
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