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Queer archaeologies

Queer archaeologies

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Published by Routledge Journals in Abingdon [England] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Homosexuality -- Antiquities

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    Statementedited by Thomas A. Dowson.
    SeriesWorld archaeology -- v. 32, no. 2
    ContributionsDowson, Thomas A.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [161]-278 :
    Number of Pages278
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18802118M

    Steampunk and Nineteenth-Century Digital Humanities book. Literary Retrofuturisms, Media Archaeologies, Alternate Histories. Queer Publics. On Ma Miriam Roček was arrested along with over seven hundred Occupy Wall Street protesters in a failed attempt to retake Zuccotti Park. Roček, dressed in her “Steampunk Emma Goldman. Over the span of four days a week ago Detroit hosted Fire & Ink IV: Witness, the fourth national gathering of black GLBT (LGBTIQA+) writers and inaugural Fire & Ink took place in , and this year's conference, which focused on the theme of "witnessing," embodied Fire & Ink's vision of serving as an "influential supporter and advocate for GLBT writers of African descent," and.

    " See Queer Archaeologies, ed. Thomas A. Dowson, special issue of World Archaeology 2, , which nonetheless remains grounded for the most part in challenging the ‘presumptive heterosexuality’ of archaeological scholarship, rather than deepening the critique to explore the ways in which material culture itself resonates queerly. Archaeologist definition, a specialist in archaeology, the scientific study of prehistoric peoples and their cultures by analysis of their artifacts, inscriptions, monuments, etc. See more.

      The Magic Closet Episode # For more on Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep, see: Greg Reeder, Same-Sex Desire, Conjugal Constructs, and the Tomb of Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep, World Archaeology, Vol. Queer Archaeologies. Routledge. Co-edited with Chelsea Blackmore [under contract] Archaeology of Reform / Archaeology as Reform. Theme issue of International Journal of Historical Archaeology, co-edited with Kim Christensen. * LGBTQ America: A Theme Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer History.


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