Archaeology And Apprenticeship

Author: Willeke Wendrich
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Who is teaching? Why are they learning? What are the results of such learning? How do we recognize knowledge transfer in the archaeological record? These fundamental questions are featured in various forms in all chapters of the book.

Gendered Labor In Specialized Economies

Author: Sophia E. Kelly
Publisher: University Press of Colorado
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Archaeological Perspectives on Female and Male Work Sophia E. Kelly, Traci
Ardren. Underhill, Ruth M. (1939) 1969. Social Organization of the Papago ... “
Manual Laterality Apprenticeship as the First Learning Rule Prescribed to Potters
.” In EthnoAnalogy and the Reconstruction of Prehistoric ... In Archaeology and
Apprenticeship: Body Knowledge, Identity and Communities of Practice, edited
by Willeke Wendrich, 1–19. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Wenger, Etienne
. 1998.

Aegaeum

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Apprenticeship: From Theory to Method and Back Again (1989) 151. 43 See for
example, O.P. GOSSELAIN, “Materialising Identities: An African Perspective",
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 7:3 (2000); C. J. MINAR, “Motor
Skills and the Learning Process: The Conservation of Cordage Final Twist
Direction in Communities of Practice", Journal of Archaeological Research 57.4 (
2001). 44 For an overview of the techniques associated with the different loom
types, see ...

Abstracts Of The Annual Meeting

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Archaeological and ethnohistoric evidence suggestive of Andean worldview - the
social embeddedness of violence and conceptions of the body, health, and
illness - are consulted in order to situate pre-Hispanic Peruvian trepanation
within a regional socio-cultural context and to develop a biocultural approach for
evaluating the motives for pre-Hispanic Peruvian trepanation. JOHNSON, Laura
R COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE IN PUERTO RICAN CHICAGO This study
utilizes a ...

Apais Australian Public Affairs Information Service

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3, Oct 1993 : 151-152 (United States: History* / Pacific Ocean region: History* /
Archaeology, Historical* / Anthropology* / Kirch, Patrick Vinton* / Agriculture)
A96021858 Riding someone else's waka: academic theory and tribal identity ... In
: Native Title: Emerging Issues For Research, Policy and Practice (1995) : (39)-57
(Aboriginal land rights* / Anthropology* / Evidence (Law)* / Discrimination)
A96099093 The secret of the Ngarrindjeri : the fabrication of social knowledge.
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Abstracts Of The Annual Meeting American Anthropological Association

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"Race" is central to constructions of adoptee identity, given the racialized
expectations of the majority white society in which they were raised, the Asian
American communities from which they are often marginalized, and the ethnic
and cultural nationalisms that confront ... C. Goodwin examines the multi-modal
context of apprenticeship in professional settings including archaeology and
surgery, where ways of seeing, knowing, and acting are integrated with mastery
of the use of tools.

Asian Studies Newsletter

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The Role of the Human in Early Han Cosmology #79 (& $104) The Mindful-Body
in China (Part 1) Body-discipline in Imperial China: Confucian, Taoist, and Folk
Practice #80 (& 103) Courting Words: Six Dynasties Courtly Literature (Part 1) ...
Book Collection, and the Dissemination of Knowledge in Late Imperial China (
Part 1) #139 Jurisprudence and Beyond: Notions of Legality in a Chinese
Context #140 Moving Images: Representing China during the War Years, 1930s-
40s #141 ...

Anthropology Newsletter

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Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology. New York: Plenum. 1998. 248 pp.
849.50 (cloth). ISBN 0-306-45740-7. Ideology in the Language of Judges: How
Judges Practice Law. Politics, and Courtroom Control. .... Metamorphoses of the
Body. Jose GIL Stephen Muecke. trans. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota
Press. 1998. 352 pp. 822.95 (paper). 857.95 (cloth). ISBN 0- 8166-2683-9. i Brick
Culture in the Building of Tens, lS00s-198Os. Scott Cook. College Station: Texas
A&M ...

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The Sage Handbook Of Social Anthropology

Author: Richard Fardon
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In two volumes, the SAGE Handbook of Social Anthropology provides the definitive overview of contemporary research in the discipline. It explains the what, where, and how of current and anticipated work in Social Anthropology.