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The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Death and Burial (Oxford Handbooks in Archaeology) [Hardcover]

Sarah Tarlow , Liv Nilsson Stutz

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Table of Contents

  • <b>List of Figures</b>
  • <b>List of Text Boxes</b>
  • <b>List of Tables</b>
  • <b>List of Contributors</b>
  • 1: Liv Nilsson Stutz and Sarah Tarlow: Beautiful Things and Bones of Desire: Emerging Issues in the Archaeology of Death and Burial
  • <b>Part 1: Approaches to Death and Burial</b>
  • 2: Adam Stout: Cultural History, Race, and Peoples
  • 3: Did Prehistoric Man Bury his Deada Early Debates on Palaeolithic Burials in a National Context
  • 4: Robert Chapman: Death, Burial, and Social Representation
  • 5: Susan Kus: Death and the Cultural Entanglements of the Experienced, the Learned, the Expressed, the Contested, and the Imagined
  • <b>Part 2: The Nature of the Evidence</b>
  • 6: Charlotte Roberts: The Bioarchaeology of Health and Well-being: Its Contribution to Understanding the Past
  • 7: Barbara Bramanti: The Use of DNA Analysis in the Archaeology of Death and Burial
  • 8: Gunilla Eriksson: Stable Isotope Analysis of Humans
  • 9: Jacqueline McKinley: Cremation: Excavation, Analysis and Interpretation of Material from Cremation-related Contexts
  • 10: Fredrik Ekengren: Contextualising Grave Goods: Theoretical Perspectives and Methodological Implications
  • <b>Part 3: The Human Experience of Death across Cultural Contexts</b>
  • 11: Howard Williams: Death, Memory, and Material Culture: Catalytic Commemoration and the Cremated Dead
  • 12: David Edwards: African Perspectives on Death, Burial, and Mortuary Archaeology
  • 13: Lars Fogelin: The Place of Veneration in Early South Asican Buddhism
  • 14: Andrew Petersen: The Archaeology of Death and Burial in the Islamic World
  • 15: Deirdre O Sullivan: Burial of the Christian Dead in the Later Middle Ages
  • 16: Estella Weiss-Krejci: The Unburied Dead
  • 17: Julien Riel-Salvatore and Claudine Gravel-Miguel: Upper Palaeolithic Mortuary Practices in Eurasia: A Critical Look at the Burial Record
  • 18: Chantal Coneller: Power and Society: Mesolithic Europe
  • 19: James Brown: Archaeological Study of Mortuary Practices in the Eastern United States
  • 20: Robert Chapman: The Living and the Dead in Later Prehistoric Iberia
  • 21: Peter Kaulicke: The Powerful Dead of the Inca
  • 22: Joshua Wright: Land-ownership and Landscape Belief: Introduction and Contexts
  • 23: Magdalena Midgley: Megaliths in North-West Europe: the Cosmology of Sacred Landscapes
  • 24: John Robb: Creating Death: an Archaeology of Dying
  • 25: Alexander Gramsch: Treating Bodies Transformative and Communicative Practices
  • 26: Melanie Giles: Preserving the Body
  • 27: Terje Oestigaard: Cremations in Culture and Cosmology
  • 28: Chris Fowler: Identities in Transformation: Identities, Funerary Rites, and the Mortuary Process
  • 29: Joanna Sofaer and Marie Louise Stig Sørensen: Death and Gender
  • 30: Gillian Shepherd: Ancient Identities: Age, Gender, and Ethnicity in Ancient Greek Burials
  • 31: Maureen Carroll: Ethnicity and Gender in Roman Funerary Commemoration: Case Studies from the Empire s Frontiers
  • 32: Alice Yao: Engendering Ancestors through Death Ritual in Ancient China
  • 33: Erica Hill: Death, Emotion, and the Household among the Late Moche
  • 34: Sarah Tarlow: Belief and the Archaeology of Death
  • 35: Erella Hovers and Anna Belfer-Cohen: Insights into Early Mortuary Practices of Homo
  • 36: Claudia Naeser: Equipping and Stripping the Dead: A Case-study on the Procurement, Compilation, Arrangement, and Frag­ment­ation of Grave Inventories in New Kingdom Thebes
  • <b>Part 4: The Ethics and Politics of Burial Archaeology</b>
  • 37: Sapient trouble-tombs'a Archaeologists'Mmoral Obligations to the Dead
  • 38: Morag Kersel and Meredith Chesson: Looting Matters Early Bronze Age Cemeteries of Jordan's southeast Dead Sea Plain in the Past and Present
  • 39: Joe Watkins: How Ancients Become Ammunition: Politics and Ethics of the Human Skeleton
  • 40: Cressida Fforde: In Search of Others: the History and Legacy of 'race' collections
  • 41: Colin Pardoe: Repatriation, Reburial, and Biological Research in Australia: Rhetoric and Practice
  • 42: Layla Renshaw: The Archaeology and Material Culture of Modern Military Death
  • 43: Layla Renshaw: The Exhumation of Civilian Victims of Conflict and Human Rights Abuses: Political, Ethical, and Theoretical Considerations
  • 44: Liv Nilsson Stutz: Contested Burials: The Dead as Witnesses, Victims, and Tools

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