Trade ornaments as indicators of social changes resulting from indirect effects of colonialism in northeastern Taiwan

@article{Wang2020TradeOA,
  title={Trade ornaments as indicators of social changes resulting from indirect effects of colonialism in northeastern Taiwan},
  author={Li-Ying Wang and Ben Marwick},
  journal={Archaeological Research in Asia},
  year={2020},
  volume={24},
  pages={100226}
}
Abstract Long-lasting indirect impacts on Indigenous peoples in the periphery of colonial control are poorly understood, especially in East Asia. Trade ornaments from Kiwulan (1350–1850 CE) in northeastern Taiwan show indirect impacts of European colonial activities on local societies. The diversity of ornaments was greater during the period of European presence compared to previous periods, and their spatial distribution was more clustered in the residential area. The change reflects an… Expand
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