Balkan Dialogues

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Balkan Dialogues. Negotiating Identity between Prehistory and The Present
Maja Gori and Maria Ivanova

I. Rethinking Groups and Cultures

1. Later Balkan Prehistory: A Transcultural Perspective
Joseph Maran

2. Ethnicity as a Form of Social Organization. Notes on the multiplicity of understandings of a contested concept
Hans Peter Hahn

3. The transitions between Neolithic and Early Bronze Age in Greece, and the “Indo-European problem”
Jean-Paul Demoule

4. Let’s stop speaking “cultures”! Alternative means to assess historical developments in the prehistoric Balkans
Zoï Tsirtsoni

5. A tradition in nine maps. Un-layering Niger River polychrome water jars
Olivier P. Gosselain

II. Identities in Transition

6. Socio-spatial organisation and early Neolithic expansion in Western Anatolia and Greece
Martin Furholt

7. Negotiating identities and exchanging values: Neolithic pottery production and circulation in Thessaly
Areti Pentedeka

8. Inheritance, population development and social identities: Southeast Europe 5200–4300 BCE
Johannes Müller

9. Culinary landscapes and identity in prehistoric Greece: an archaeobotanical exploration
Soultana Valamoti

III. Frontiers and Boundaries

10. Neolithic Assemblages and Spatial Boundaries As Exemplified through the Neolithic of Northwestern Turkey
Mehmet Özdoğan

11. Cultivating Identities: Landscape Production among Early Farmers in the Southern Balkans
Susan E. Allen

12. Erasing Boundaries or Changing Identities? The Transition from Early/Middle to Late Neolithic, New Evidence from Southern Serbia
Jasna Vuković

13. Practicing Archaeology and Researching Present Identities in No Man’s land. A View from the Tri-national Prespa Lake
Maja Gori, Petrika Lera, Stavros Oikonomidis, Aris Papayiannis and Akis Tsonos

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Negotiating Identity between Prehistory and the Present

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

20.02.2017

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Maja Gori + weitere

Verlag

Taylor and Francis

Seitenzahl

294

Beschreibung

Details

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

20.02.2017

Herausgeber

Verlag

Taylor and Francis

Seitenzahl

294

Maße (L/B/H)

24.2/16.4/2.2 cm

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453 g

Reihe

Routledge Studies in Archaeology

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Englisch

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978-1-138-94113-7

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  • Balkan Dialogues
  • Balkan Dialogues. Negotiating Identity between Prehistory and The Present
    Maja Gori and Maria Ivanova

    I. Rethinking Groups and Cultures

    1. Later Balkan Prehistory: A Transcultural Perspective
    Joseph Maran

    2. Ethnicity as a Form of Social Organization. Notes on the multiplicity of understandings of a contested concept
    Hans Peter Hahn

    3. The transitions between Neolithic and Early Bronze Age in Greece, and the “Indo-European problem”
    Jean-Paul Demoule

    4. Let’s stop speaking “cultures”! Alternative means to assess historical developments in the prehistoric Balkans
    Zoï Tsirtsoni

    5. A tradition in nine maps. Un-layering Niger River polychrome water jars
    Olivier P. Gosselain

    II. Identities in Transition

    6. Socio-spatial organisation and early Neolithic expansion in Western Anatolia and Greece
    Martin Furholt

    7. Negotiating identities and exchanging values: Neolithic pottery production and circulation in Thessaly
    Areti Pentedeka

    8. Inheritance, population development and social identities: Southeast Europe 5200–4300 BCE
    Johannes Müller

    9. Culinary landscapes and identity in prehistoric Greece: an archaeobotanical exploration
    Soultana Valamoti

    III. Frontiers and Boundaries

    10. Neolithic Assemblages and Spatial Boundaries As Exemplified through the Neolithic of Northwestern Turkey
    Mehmet Özdoğan

    11. Cultivating Identities: Landscape Production among Early Farmers in the Southern Balkans
    Susan E. Allen

    12. Erasing Boundaries or Changing Identities? The Transition from Early/Middle to Late Neolithic, New Evidence from Southern Serbia
    Jasna Vuković

    13. Practicing Archaeology and Researching Present Identities in No Man’s land. A View from the Tri-national Prespa Lake
    Maja Gori, Petrika Lera, Stavros Oikonomidis, Aris Papayiannis and Akis Tsonos