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Social archaeologies of trade and exchange

Social archaeologies of trade and exchange

exploring relationships among people, places, and things

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Published by Left Coast Press in Walnut Creek, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social archaeology,
  • Commerce -- Social aspects,
  • Exchange -- Social aspects,
  • Material culture -- Social aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Alexander A. Bauer and Anna S. Agbe-Davies.
    ContributionsBauer, Alexander A., Agbe-Davies, Anna.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCC72.4 .S628 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24109970M
    ISBN 109781598740295, 9781598747119
    LC Control Number2010006395

      Archaeologies of Social Life is a fascinating new perspective on everyday life in ancient Egypt. The author provides detailed discussions of new topics of debate, including the body, sexuality and issues of identity, while also addressing some of the traditional questions in archaeology about society and self, the individual and social relations/5(8). Howey, Meghan C.L., Book Review of “Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange”, Bauer, A. and A. Agbe-Davis (eds.), Left Coast Press. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 22 (3): Howey, Meghan L., Book Review of File Size: 56KB.

    Archaeologists analyze the distribution of an object from its source or production area to its consumption site in order to model the type of trade/exchange that took place. In some instances the nature of the society participating in the trade/exchange system is inferred, such as egalitarian vs chiefly, or nonhierarchical vs hierarchical. - Explore pstohrhu's board "Social Studies and Literature", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Social studies, Literature, Trade books pins.

    Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange: Exploring Relationships among People, Places, and Things. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press. A. A. Bauer, ed. (). Life is Too Short for Faint-Heartedness: Essays in Memory of Andrew Sherratt. Special Issue of Journal of World Prehistory 24(). Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange: Exploring Relationships among People, Places, and Things by Alexander A. Bauer (Editor), Robert W. Preucel (Foreword)/5.


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The book is interesting in that the chapters are a diverse example of how different social groups deal with trade and exchange. The book is an easy read. Some of the concepts are a little deep. It is interesting about prison trade and exchange.

That was a real eye opener. The diverse chapters included trade of obsidian, ceramics, tobacco pipes 3/5(1). Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange. 70 likes. This volume focuses on the anthropological concept of trade as a fundamentally social activity concerned not only with the movement of goods, but Followers: Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange: Exploring Relationships among People, Places, and Things (Arcaheology) - Kindle edition by Bauer, Alexander A, Agbe-Davies, Anna S.

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Book Description. This volume focuses on the anthropological concept of trade as a fundamentally social activity concerned not only with the movement of goods, but also on the social context and consequences of that exchange.

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Social archaeologies of trade and exchange: exploring relationships among people, places, and things. [Alexander A Bauer; Anna Agbe-Davies;] -- "This volume focuses on the anthropological concept of trade as a fundamentally social activity concerned not only with the movement of goods, but also, on the social context and consequences of that.

Rethinking trade as a social activity: an introduction / Anna S. Agbe-Davies and Alexander A. Bauer --Trade and interaction in archaeology / Alexander A. Bauer and Anna S. Agbe-Davies --Landscapes of circulation in northwest Argentina: the workings of obsidian and ceramics during the first millennium A.D.

/ Marisa Lazzari --Social aspects of. Social archaeologies of trade and exchange: exploring relationships among people, places, and things. Responsibility Alexander A. Bauer, Anna S. Agbe-Davies, editors. The volume merges traditional archaeological concerns about trade and exchange with more contemporary issues of agency, identity and social meaning.

Book Review Recommended Citation Howey, Meghan C.L. Book Review of “Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange”, Bauer, A.

Author: Meghan L. Howey. Is part of Book Title Social archaeologies of trade and exchange: exploring relationships among people, places, and things Author(s) Alexander A.

Bauer, Anna Agbe-Davies Date Publisher Left Coast Press Pub place Walnut Creek, Calif ISBNX ISBNThe archaeology of trade and exchange is a sub-discipline of archaeology that identifies how material goods and ideas moved across human populations.

The terms “trade” and “exchange” have slightly different connotations: trade focuses on the long-distance circulation of material goods; exchange considers the transfer of persons and ideas. Alexander A. Bauer Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania Book Chapters. Bauer ().

The Near East, Europe, and the 'Routes' of Community in the Early Bronze Age Black Sea. Socialities of Contact and Community in the Black Sea Region.

In Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange: Exploring Relationships among People, Places, and. Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange: Exploring Relationships among People, Places, and Things.

Commerce;Exchange;Material culture;Social archaeology;arkeologia. Trade and exchange represent more than mere production and consumption. Exchange of goods also led to an exchange of cultural and social experiences. Discoveries of the sources of alien objects surpass archaeological expectations of exchange and geographic distance, revealing important technological advances.

This book offers a comprehensive introduction to the archaeology of Mediterranean prehistory and an essential reference to the most recent research and fieldwork. Only book available to offer general coverage of Mediterranean prehistory Written by 14 of the leading archaeologists in the field Spans the Neolithic through the Iron Age, and draws from all.

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The papers presented at the April 'Trade and Exchange' conference at the University of Bristol are now available in this volume. Contents include: Trade beyond the material (C. Renfrew); Exchange, foraging and local Hominid networks (C.

Gamble); Neolithic quarries, the exchange of axes and social control in the southern Vosges (P. Petrequin, F. Jeudy and C.

An exchange system or trade network can be defined as any manner in which consumers connect with producers. Regional exchange studies in archaeology describe the networks that people used to gain, barter for, purchase, or otherwise obtain raw material, goods, services and ideas from the producers or sources, and to move those goods across the.

He currently serves as Associate Director of the Sinop Regional Archaeological Project (SRAP), Turkey, where he has worked sinceand his publications include Social Archaeologies of Trade and Exchange (Left Coast Press, ), and New Directions in.

Routledge Archaeologies of the Viking World About the Series Vikings are a perennially popular topic across a broad audience spectrum, from the general public to academics at all levels but there are comparatively few dedicated book series for the publication of the steady flow of Viking-related archaeological texts.Archaeologies of Social Life is a fascinating new perspective on everyday life in ancient Egypt.Is part of Book Title Social archaeologies of trade and exchange: exploring relationships among people, places, and things Author(s) Bauer, Alexander A., Agbe-Davies, Anna Date c Publisher Left Coast Press Pub place Walnut Creek, Calif ISBN ISBN