The archaeology of ethnogenesis : race and sexuality in San Francisco / Barbara L. Voss.

By: Voss, Barbara L, 1967- [author.]Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2015]Edition: Revised editionDescription: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780813055428; 0813055423Subject(s): Social archaeology -- California -- San Francisco | Excavations (Archaeology) -- California -- San Francisco | Ethnicity -- California -- San Francisco | Sex role -- California -- San Francisco | Ethnology -- California -- San Francisco | Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.) -- Social life and customs | Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.) -- Race relations | Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.) -- History | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Discrimination & Race Relations | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies | Ethnicity | Ethnology | Excavations (Archaeology) | Manners and customs | Race relations | Sex role | Social archaeology | California -- Presidio of San Francisco | California -- San Francisco | SOCIAL SCIENCE / ArchaeologyGenre/Form: History. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Archaeology of Ethnogenesis : Race and Sexuality in Colonial San Francisco.DDC classification: 305.8009794/61 | 305.800979461 LOC classification: F868.S156 V67 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction -- Part 1: Ethnogenesis and the archaeology of identity -- Historical and archaeological contexts -- Spanish-Colonial in San Francisco -- From Casta to Californio, I: who lived at El Presidio de San Francisco? -- From Casta to Californio, II: social identities in late Spanish and Mexican-era Alta California -- From artifacts to ethnogenesis: excavating El Presidio de San Francisco -- Part 2: Spatial and material practices -- Sites of identification: landscape -- Structuring structures: architecture -- Tradition and taste: ceramics -- Consuming practices: foodways -- Fashioning the colonial subject: clothing -- Conclusion: the limits of ethnogenesis.
Summary: This pioneering work of historical archaeology sheds light on the genesis of the Californios, a community of military settlers who forged a new identity on the northwest edge of Spanish North America. The revised edition includes a new preface from the author, looking at the development of ethnogenesis theory since the first edition of this book.
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Introduction -- Part 1: Ethnogenesis and the archaeology of identity -- Historical and archaeological contexts -- Spanish-Colonial in San Francisco -- From Casta to Californio, I: who lived at El Presidio de San Francisco? -- From Casta to Californio, II: social identities in late Spanish and Mexican-era Alta California -- From artifacts to ethnogenesis: excavating El Presidio de San Francisco -- Part 2: Spatial and material practices -- Sites of identification: landscape -- Structuring structures: architecture -- Tradition and taste: ceramics -- Consuming practices: foodways -- Fashioning the colonial subject: clothing -- Conclusion: the limits of ethnogenesis.

This pioneering work of historical archaeology sheds light on the genesis of the Californios, a community of military settlers who forged a new identity on the northwest edge of Spanish North America. The revised edition includes a new preface from the author, looking at the development of ethnogenesis theory since the first edition of this book.

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