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The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis

Race and Sexuality in Colonial San Francisco

by Barbara L. Voss

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Published by University of California Press .
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    Subjects:
  • Anthropology - General,
  • Archaeology,
  • United States - State & Local - West,
  • Social Science / Anthropology / General,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages420
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10434852M
    ISBN 100520244923
    ISBN 109780520244924

      The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis Weik, T.M. Over more than a century, a growing body of books, articles, and dissertations has emerged that can now be recognized as part of the archaeology of ethnogenesis. Regardless of whether this work concerns people in the far reaches of .   University Press of Florida Book: Bioarchaeology of Ethnogenesis in the Colonial Southeast. Contributors: Christopher M. Stojanowski. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Southeast Archaeology.

      Throughout the discussion, Faust employs a wide range of socio-anthropological models, making this book the most innovative and successful analysis yet of “Israelite ethnicity.”2 As Faust puts it, “The present book will seek to demonstrate that by a close examination of the archaeological record we can trace Israel‘s ethnogenesis to the. In , Voss was a recipient of the Ruth Benedict Prize, for her book, The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis: Race and Sexuality in Colonial San Francisco. In , she and Robert Schmidt won the prize for the edited anthology, Archaeologies of line: Historical archaeology.

      What sets her work apart from more conventional studies is her decision to analyze identity within the theoretical framework of ethnogenesis, or “the birthing of new cultural identities” (p. 1), and to focus on the colonists rather than the colonized (Native Americans).Author: Kathryn A. Sloan.   Pantheon Books, New York. Tarble de Scaramelli, Kay, and Scaramelli, Franz Generic Pots and Generic Indians: The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis in the Middle Orinoco. In Ethnicity in Ancient Amazonia: Reconstructing Past Identities from Archaeology Cited by:


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Extremely well written and readable, it presents the results of original research in innovative ways."—Randall H. McGuire, author of A Marxist Archaeology5/5(2). This innovative work of historical archaeology illuminates the genesis of the Californios, a community of military settlers who forged a new identity on the northwest edge of Spanish North America.

SinceBarbara L. Voss has conducted archaeological excavations at the Presidio of San Francisco, founded by Spain during its colonization of California's central by: The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis Book Description: This innovative work of historical archaeology illuminates the genesis of the Californios, a community of military settlers who forged a new identity on the northwest edge of Spanish North America.

"Compelling new evidence, careful documentation, and an artfully woven narrative make The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis a path-breaking book for sociocultural scholars as well as for general readers interested in the politics of identity, ethnicity, gender, and the colonial and U.S.

Western history."—. The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis Book Description: "Compelling new evidence, careful documentation, and an artfully woven narrative make The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis a path-breaking book for sociocultural scholars as well as for general readers interested in the politics of identity, ethnicity, gender, and the colonial and U.S.

Western history.". The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis: Race and Sexuality in Colonial San Francisco; Barbara L. Voss ; Book; Published by: University Press of FloridaCited by:   The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis, Revised Edition “Compelling new evidence, careful documentation, and an artfully woven narrative make The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis a path-breaking book for sociocultural scholars as well as for general readers interested in the politics of identity, ethnicity, gender, and the colonial and U.S.

Western history.”—. The study of ethnogenesis adds a temporal component to theories of identity. Many researchers have argued that ethnogenesis is a form of subaltern resistance to external domination.

This study challenges this view by examining a case in which ethnogenesis was a means through which colonial settlers achieved domination and control over. As an archaeological and historical investigation of ethnogenesis among mil-itary settlers who lived at El Presidio de San Francisco, this book presents the findings of over thirteen years of field and laboratory studies as well as archival and historical research.

Most of the book focuses on this rich body of evidence and my interpretations of it. Recently, interest in the archaeology of ethnogenesis has surged. This renewed interest stems from innovations in the historical study of ethnogenesis, theoretical shifts favoring multidirectional agency, and relevant contemporary sociopolitical debates.

Theoretical problems surrounding the appropriateness of the social science concept of “ethnicity,” however, have Cited by: Download Citation | The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis | Over more than a century, a growing body of books, articles, and dissertations has emerged that can now be.

The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis: Race and Sexuality in Colonial San Francisco. This innovative work of historical archaeology illuminates the genesis of the Californios, a community of military settlers who forged a new identity on the northwest edge of.

Over more than a century, a growing body of books, articles, and dissertations has emerged that can now be recognized as part of the archaeology of ethnogenesis. Regardless of whether this work concerns people in the far reaches of antiquity or the more recent past, archaeologists are grappling with a variety of social forces, historical processes, contexts, and dimensions of Cited by: Israel's Ethnogenesis book.

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Faust applies anthropological /5. The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis: Race and Sexuality in Colonial San Francisco, revised edition. Barbara L. Voss. Gainesville: University Press of Florida,pp. $, paper. ISBN   The emergence of Israel in Canaan is a central topic in biblical/Syro-Palestinian archaeology.

However, the archaeology of ancient Israel has rarely been subject to in-depth anthropological analysis until now. 'Israel's Ethnogenesis' offers an anthropological framework to the archaeological data and textual by:   Rotman deftly shows that the study of place and material culture can reveal diverse experiences of gender in historic North America.”—Barbara L.

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The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis: Race, Sexuality, and Identity in Colonial San Francisco. Barbara Voss. University of California Press. In this interdisciplinary study, Barbara Voss examines religious, environmental, cultural, and political differences at the Presidio of San Francisco, California, to reveal the development of social."Compelling new evidence, careful documentation, and an artfully woven narrative make The Archaeology of Ethnogenesis a path-breaking book for sociocultural scholars as well as for general readers interested in the politics of identity, ethnicity, gender, and the colonial and U.S.

Western history."-- Transforming AnthropologyBrand: Barbara L Voss.Approaches to Anthropological Archaeology Description: Israel’s Ethnogenesis provides an “anthropologically-oriented” perspective to the discussion of Israel’s ethnogenesis. The book traces Israel's emergence in Canaan, and the complex processes of ethnic negotiations and re-negotiations that accompanied it.