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The bioarchaeology of violence / edited by Debra L. Martin, Ryan P. Harrod, and Ventura R. Pérez ; foreword by Clark Spencer Larsen
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2012
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 3rd Floor  CC79.5.H85 B555 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Human remains (Archaeology)
Violence -- History
Wounds and injuries -- History
Social archaeology
Rites and ceremonies
War and society -- History
Prehistoric peoples
Physical Description xiii, 291 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction: bioarchaeology and the study of violence / Debra L. Martin, Ryan P. Harrod, and Ventura R. Pérez -- The politicization of the dead: violence as performance, politics as usual / Ventura R. Pérez -- The bioarchaeology of structural violence: a theoretical model and a case study / Haagen D. Klaus -- Deciphering violence in past societies: ethnography and the interpretation of archaeological populations / Ryan P. Harrod, Pierre Liénard, and Debra L. Martin -- The social and cultural implications of violence at Qasr Hallabat / Robert T. Montgomery and Megan Perry -- Community violence and everyday life: death at Arroyo Hondo / Ann M. Palkovich -- Bioarchaeological signatures of strife in terminal Pueblo III settlements in the northern San Juan / Kristin A. Kuckelman -- The space of war: connecting geophysical landscapes with skeletal evidence of warfare-related trauma / Heather Worne, Charles R. Cobb, Giovanna Vidoli, and Dawnie Wolfe Steadman -- Where are the warriors?: cranial trauma patterns and conflict among the ancient Maya / Vera Tiesler and Andrea Cucina -- Violence against women: differential treatment of local and foreign females in the heartland of the Wari empire, Peru / Tiffany A. Tung -- Meaning and the bioarchaeology of captivity, sacrifice, and cannibalism: a case study from the Mississippian period at Larson, Illinois / Mallorie A. Hatch -- Performances of imposed status: captivity at Cahokia / Kathryn M. Koziol -- Biological distance analysis in contexts of ritual violence / William N. Duncan -- Conclusion: implications and future directions / Ryan P. Harrod, Debra L. Martin, and Ventura R. Pérez
Series Bioarchaeological interpretations of the human past
Alternate Author Martin, Debra L
Harrod, Ryan P
Pérez, Ventura R

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