Frontiers of colonialism / edited by Christine D. Beaule.
Contributor(s): Beaule, Christine D [editor.].Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2017Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780813052809; 0813052807.Subject(s): Colonies -- History | Colonization -- History | Imperialism -- History | World politics -- History | Antiquities | Archaeology and history | Social archaeology | EthnoarchaeologyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Frontiers of colonialism.DDC classification: 325/.309 LOC classification: JV105 | .F76 2017Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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For decades archaeologists have limited studies of frontiers and colonialism to a single polity, empire, or epoch. This has been especially true of historical archaeologists; but in this intriguing collection, Beaule assembles archaeologists from around the world to determine the commonalities and differences of colonialism across the self-imposed divide of contact v. pre-contact. The work considers the expanding frontiers of the Romans, Iroquois, Egyptians, Filipinos, and the more familiar Mayan and Incan empires. The goal of this volume is to expand the theoretical interpretations and perspectives to all archaeologists working in frontier/colonial contexts, not just those of the European empires.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Challenging the frontiers of colonialism / Christine D. Beaule -- Part I: Local adaptations -- Haudenosaunee settlement ecology before and after contact in Northeastern North America / Eric E. Jones -- Negotiating colonialism on the southern frontier of Spanish Yucatán / Adam R. Kaeding -- The Romans in Britain: colonization on an imperial frontier / Richard Hingley -- Contextualizing the Chinook at contact: the middle village / Douglas C. Wilson, Kenneth M. Ames, and Cameron M. Smith -- Part II: Movement, conflict, and transformation -- Power and resilience: flooding and occupation in a late-nineteenth-century Philippine town / Grace Barretto-Tesoro and Vito Hernandez -- "Is this like the Nile that riseth up?" Ethnic relations at Thmuis / Robert J. Littman and Jay E. Silverstein -- Violence in early maritime encounters in the Pacific / Geoffrey Clark -- Population migrations, colonization, and social changes in the late prehistoric lower Yangtze River / Tianlong Jiao -- Part III: Rethinking categories -- Using a graphic model to explore the range of cross-cultural interaction in ancient borderlands / Ulrike Matthies Green and Kirk E. Costion -- This land is my land: identity and conflict on the western frontier of the Aztec Empire / Jay E. Silverstein -- Images of evangelization and archipelagos of Spanish colonialism in Latin America and the Philippines / Christine D. Beaule -- Conclusions / Christine D. Beaule.
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