Household Chores and Household Choices: Theorizing the Domestic Sphere in Historical Archaeology

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Household Chores and Household Choices: Theorizing the Domestic Sphere in Historical Archaeology - Barile, Kerri S (Editor), and Brandon, Jamie C (Editor), and Franklin, Maria (Contributions by)

Because archaeology seeks to understand past societies, the concepts of "home," "house," and "household" are important. Yet they can be the most elusive of ideas. Are they the space occupied by a nuclear family or by an extended one? Is it a built structure or the sum of its contents? Is it a shelter against the elements, a gendered space, or an ... Read More

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