Gender and Archaeology | Rowman & Littlefield
Gender and Archaeology
This series focuses on ways to understand gender in the past through archaeology. This is a topic poised for significant advances in both method and theory, which in turn can improve all archaeology. The possibilities of new methodological rigor as well as new insights into past cultures are what makes gendered archaeology a vigorous and thriving subfield. This series welcomes single-authored books on themes in this topical area, particularly ones with a comparative focus. Edited collections with a strong theoretical or methodological orientation will also be considered. Audiences are practicing archaeologists and advanced students in this field.

Editor(s): Sarah Milledge Nelson