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Gender and Chinese Archaeology (review)

Gender and Chinese Archaeology (review) book reviews 237 No doubt Austronesians did move from REFERENCES CITED Taiwan to Batanes and perhaps then di- Matsuzawa, K. rectly to northern Luzon, but it is likely 1980 Social organization and rites of pas- that this was just one small corner of ex- sage. Senri Ethnological Studies 7 : 345– pansive geographical mobility throughout the region. Solheim was recently told that Piddington, R. an expedition to the Batanes had just 1965 Kinship and Geographical Mobility. Lei- returned with a report that they had found den: E. J. Brill. red-slipped pottery and jade, two of the Solheim, W. hallmarks for regional Neolithic culture. 2002 Archaeology of the Central Philippines: A Study Chiefly of the Iron Age and Its ‘‘Why not?’’ he remarked. ‘‘It’s everywhere Relationships. Quezon City, Philip- at that time, why not also in the Batanes?’’ pines: Archaeological Studies Pro- gram, University of the Philippines– Diliman. Gender and Chinese Archaeology. Katheryn M. Lindu¤ and Yan Sun, eds. Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press, 2004. 392 pp., tables, figures, index. US$39.95 paper, US$80.00 hardcover. ISBN 0759104093 (paper), 0759104085 (hardcover). Reviewed by Elizabeth M. Brumfiel, Northwestern University Gender and Chinese Archaeology presents an including family organization and the status introduction and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Perspectives University of Hawai'I Press

Gender and Chinese Archaeology (review)

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

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Abstract

book reviews 237 No doubt Austronesians did move from REFERENCES CITED Taiwan to Batanes and perhaps then di- Matsuzawa, K. rectly to northern Luzon, but it is likely 1980 Social organization and rites of pas- that this was just one small corner of ex- sage. Senri Ethnological Studies 7 : 345– pansive geographical mobility throughout the region. Solheim was recently told that Piddington, R. an expedition to the Batanes had just 1965 Kinship and Geographical Mobility. Lei- returned with a report that they had found den: E. J. Brill. red-slipped pottery and jade, two of the Solheim, W. hallmarks for regional Neolithic culture. 2002 Archaeology of the Central Philippines: A Study Chiefly of the Iron Age and Its ‘‘Why not?’’ he remarked. ‘‘It’s everywhere Relationships. Quezon City, Philip- at that time, why not also in the Batanes?’’ pines: Archaeological Studies Pro- gram, University of the Philippines– Diliman. Gender and Chinese Archaeology. Katheryn M. Lindu¤ and Yan Sun, eds. Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press, 2004. 392 pp., tables, figures, index. US$39.95 paper, US$80.00 hardcover. ISBN 0759104093 (paper), 0759104085 (hardcover). Reviewed by Elizabeth M. Brumfiel, Northwestern University Gender and Chinese Archaeology presents an including family organization and the status introduction and

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