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Earthenware in Southeast Asia: Proceedings of the Singapore Symposium on Pre-Modern Southeast Asian Earthenwares (review)

Earthenware in Southeast Asia: Proceedings of the Singapore Symposium on Pre-Modern Southeast... 242 asian perspectives 46(1) spring 2007 . . Joyce, R. A. Weglian, E. 2000 Gender and Power in Prehispanic Meso- 2001 Grave goods do not a gender make: america. Austin: University of Texas A case study from Singen am Press. Hohentwiel, Germany, in Gender and the Archaeology of Death: 137–155, Price, T. D., G. Grupe, and P. Schro¨ rter eds. B. Arnold and N. L. Wicker. 1994a Reconstruction of migration patterns Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press. in the Bell Beaker period by stable strontium isotope analysis. Applied White, C. D.,M.W. Spence,F.J.Longstaffe, Geochemistry 9 : 413–417. H. Stuart-Williams, and K. R. Law 1997 Geographic identities of the sacrificial Price, T. D., C. M. Johnson, J. A. Ezzo, J. H. victims from the Feathered Serpent Burton, and J. A. Ericson Pyramid, Teotihuacan: Implications 1994b Residential mobility in the prehis- for the nature of state power. Latin toric Southwest United States. Journal American Antiquity 13 : 217–236. of Archaeological Science 24 : 315–330. White, C. D., R. Storey, F. J. Longstaffe, Silverblatt, I. and M. W. Spence 1991 Interpreting women in states, in Gen- 2004 Immigration, assimilation, and status der at the Crossroads of Knowledge: in the ancient city of Teotihuacan: 140–171, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Perspectives University of Hawai'I Press

Earthenware in Southeast Asia: Proceedings of the Singapore Symposium on Pre-Modern Southeast Asian Earthenwares (review)

Asian Perspectives , Volume 46 (1) – Mar 19, 2007

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242 asian perspectives 46(1) spring 2007 . . Joyce, R. A. Weglian, E. 2000 Gender and Power in Prehispanic Meso- 2001 Grave goods do not a gender make: america. Austin: University of Texas A case study from Singen am Press. Hohentwiel, Germany, in Gender and the Archaeology of Death: 137–155, Price, T. D., G. Grupe, and P. Schro¨ rter eds. B. Arnold and N. L. Wicker. 1994a Reconstruction of migration patterns Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press. in the Bell Beaker period by stable strontium isotope analysis. Applied White, C. D.,M.W. Spence,F.J.Longstaffe, Geochemistry 9 : 413–417. H. Stuart-Williams, and K. R. Law 1997 Geographic identities of the sacrificial Price, T. D., C. M. Johnson, J. A. Ezzo, J. H. victims from the Feathered Serpent Burton, and J. A. Ericson Pyramid, Teotihuacan: Implications 1994b Residential mobility in the prehis- for the nature of state power. Latin toric Southwest United States. Journal American Antiquity 13 : 217–236. of Archaeological Science 24 : 315–330. White, C. D., R. Storey, F. J. Longstaffe, Silverblatt, I. and M. W. Spence 1991 Interpreting women in states, in Gen- 2004 Immigration, assimilation, and status der at the Crossroads of Knowledge: in the ancient city of Teotihuacan: 140–171,

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