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Totem: The University of Western Ontario Journal of Anthropology

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Bodies Of Information: Human-Animal Entanglement At Çatalhöyük And Cis-Baikal As Seen Through Zooarchaeology, John Vandergugten Jul 2015

Bodies Of Information: Human-Animal Entanglement At Çatalhöyük And Cis-Baikal As Seen Through Zooarchaeology, John Vandergugten

Totem: The University of Western Ontario Journal of Anthropology

Zooarchaeology—the study of the human past through animal remains—has often been said to demonstrate that animals have had a variety of tangible roles in relation to human individuals and cultures throughout time: from sources of food to implements of labour. In contrast, intangible aspects of the human-animal relationship have been generally unrecognized and only recently appreciated within (zoo)archaeological discourse. Through exploratory case studies of research at the sites of Çatalhöyük and Cis-Baikal, it is suggested here that new modes of reflecting upon human-animal bonds are necessary in order to better understand the multifarious meanings and uses of ...


Lewis Binford And The New Archaeology, Harry Lerner Jun 2011

Lewis Binford And The New Archaeology, Harry Lerner

Totem: The University of Western Ontario Journal of Anthropology

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Hunter-Gatherers And The Ethnographic Analogy: Theoretical Perspectives, Holly Martelle Hayter Jun 2011

Hunter-Gatherers And The Ethnographic Analogy: Theoretical Perspectives, Holly Martelle Hayter

Totem: The University of Western Ontario Journal of Anthropology

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