The historical archaeology of shadow and intimate economies / edited by James A. Nyman, Kevin R. Fogle, and Mary C. Beaudry.Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780813057101; 0813057108Subject(s): Informal sector (Economics) -- History | Capitalism -- Social aspects -- History | Organized crime -- History | Business enterprises -- Corrupt practices -- HistoryDDC classification: 330 LOC classification: HD2341 | .H57 2019Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
The intimate economic perspective / James A. Nyman and Kevin Fogle -- Potatoes, baskets, and power: indigenous persistence in Maine / James A. Nyman -- Webs of drinking: alcohol, colonialism, and social relationships in early modern Sápmi / Sami Lakomäki, Timo Ylimaunu, and Ritva Kylli -- A round for all my friends: understanding the economic impact of moonshine production / Kirk French -- The pitch tar mill: the material memory of a specialized production site in the town of Oulu, Finland / Marika Hyttinen, Timo Ylimaunu, Titta Kallio-Seppä, Paul R. Mullins, and Markku Kuorilehto -- Caribbean contradictions: entangled networks, slavery, and the French West Indies / Heather Gibson and Kenneth G. Kelly -- Blurred boundaries: internal and illicit plantation economies / Kevin R. Fogle -- Intimacies and attachments: households and hucksters on the Barbadian plantation / Matthew C. Reilly -- Inside and outside capitalism: the life of sealers on the South Shetland Islands, Antarctica / Melisa Salerno, Jimena Cruz, and Andrés Zarankin -- Surf and turf: understanding montaukett economic strategies through the whaling era / Allison Manfra McGovern -- Intimacies of glass in early eighteenth-century Louisiana / Diana DiPaolo Loren -- Clandestine, ephemeral, anonymous? myths and actualities of the intimate economy of a nineteenth-century Boston brothel / Jade Luiz -- Uncovering an early seventeenth-century token currency scheme at Jamestown, Virginia / Beverly A. Straube -- Rag, stone, water: a material study of holy wells in contemporary Ireland / Eleanor Conlin Casella -- Concluding thoughts: reframing the archaeology of intimate economies / Mary C. Beaudry.
This volume develops the concept of intimate economies by showing how contemporary historical archaeologists apply the perspective to their research. The chapters in this volume address intimate economies across multiple historical contexts, and through various case studies provide the reader with a rich, evocative exploration of a concept of topical importance to current concerns and issues.
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