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Bodies of Evidence on Prehistoric Cyprus

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 December 2008

A. Bernard Knapp
Affiliation:
Department of ArchaeologyUniversity of GlasgowGlasgow G12 8QQ, Scotland
Lynn Meskell
Affiliation:
Department of ArchaeologyUniversity of CambridgeDowning StreetCambridgeCB2 3DZ

Abstract

This study takes as its point of departure recent discussions in sociology, anthropology, queer theory, and masculinist and feminist studies on the contextual constitution of sex and gender, with its surrounding debates. We explore the adoption and implications of the body as a phenomenon in archaeology and its connection to power-centred theories. As a case study, we use a body of data comprised of prehistoric Cypriot figurines (Chalcolithic and Bronze Age), and suggest that an archaeology of individuals may be possible in prehistoric contexts. In conclusion, we suggest that archaeologists move beyond rigid, binary categorizations and attempt to prioritize specific discourses of difference by implementing constructions of self or identity

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Copyright © The McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research 1997

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