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  1. week 2: what is colonialism? 10 items
    1. Archaeology and colonialism: cultural contact from 5000 B.C. to the present - Chris Gosden 2004

      Book Essential read Chapter 3: a model of colonialism, pp.24-40

    2. further 6 items
      for cross-cultural comparison
      1. Archaeology and colonialism: cultural contact from 5000 B.C. to the present - Chris Gosden 2004

        Book Essential read chapters 1-3

  2. week 3 pre-Columbian empires 13 items
    1. Studies in Culture Contact: Interaction, Culture Change, and Archaeology 2015 (electronic resource)

      Chapter  read 15. Toltec Invaders and Spanish Conquistadors: Culture Contact in the Postclassic Teotihuacán Valley, Mexico

    2. The archaeology of colonial encounters: comparative perspectives - Gil Stein 2005

      Book  Read chapter 9, Colonization in the Inka empire, Terence D'Altroy

    3. further 11 items
      1. The Aztec Empire - Smith, Michael E., Sergheraert, Maëlle

        Chapter 

      2. The Incas - Terence N. D'Altroy 2014

        Book 

      3. Religion and empire: the dynamics of Aztec and Inca expansionism - Geoffrey W. Conrad, Arthur A. Demarest 1984

        Book  Who consider Aztec expansion to have been driven by religion, and don’t see the Aztec empire to be a ‘true’ empire. They consider that the Aztecs had strategies for consolidating and controlling conquered areas.

      4. Aztec warfare: imperial expansion and political control - Ross Hassig 1995

        Book  Suggests that the Aztecs certainly did have an empire, which they controlled through military coercion and the constant threat of force.

      5. Aztec imperial strategies - Frances F. Berdan 1996

        Book  Lays out the entire workings of the empire and defines the difference between the empire’s tributary and strategic provinces.

      6. The Role of Social Stratification in the Aztec Empire: A View from the Provinces - Michael E. Smith 1986

        Article  Looks at the importance of elites and socio-economic factors in the integration of the empire

  3. week 4 practising postcolonial archaeology 10 items
    1. Multivocality and Indigenous Archaeologies - Sonya Atalay

      Chapter Essential this is chapter 3 from an edited book

    2. The following 3 papers go together - article plus 2 responses. If you have time, please read the responses to McGhee by Silliman and Colwell

    3. THE PREMISE AND PROMISE OF INDIGENOUS ARCHAEOLOGY - Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, T. Ferguson, Dorothy Lippert, Randall McGuire 2010

      Article Essential

    4. further 5 items
      1. Trevor Noah on The John Bishop Show (2015) on Vimeo Saturday, June 13, 2015 at 7:54 AM EST

        Audio-visual document 

  4. week 5 Book review assignment 18 items
    Feel free to come up with other books, this list is merely meant to provide inspiration.
    1. Archaeology and the postcolonial critique - Matthew Liebmann, Uzma Z. Rizvi 2010

      Book 

    2. Archaeology and colonialism: cultural contact from 5000 B.C. to the present - Chris Gosden 2004

      Book 

    3. The archaeology of colonialism: intimate encounters and sexual effects - Barbara L. Voss, Eleanor Conlin Casella 2011

      Book 

    4. 1493: uncovering the new world Columbus created - Charles C. Mann 2011

      Book 

    5. The Columbian exchange: biological and cultural consequences of 1492 - Alfred W Crosby 2003

      Book 

    6. Enduring conquests: rethinking the archaeology of resistance to Spanish colonialism in the Americas - Matthew Liebmann, Melissa Scott Murphy 2011

      Book 

    7. The archaeology of race and racialization in historic America - Charles E. Orser 2007

      Book 

    8. Archaeology of Early Colonial Interaction at El Chorro de Maíta, Cuba - Roberto Valcárcel Rojas, Roberto Valcâarcel Rojas 2016 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    9. Fish into wine: the Newfoundland plantation in the seventeenth century - Peter Edward Pope, Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture 2004

      Book 

  5. week 6 rebellion, resistance, collaboration 9 items
    1. The archaeology of traditions: agency and history before and after Columbus - Timothy R. Pauketat 2001

      Book Background Read chapter 13. Hunter-Gatherers and Traditions of Resistance, pp. 218-236 (K. Sassaman)

    2. further 7 items
      1. Enduring conquests: rethinking the archaeology of resistance to Spanish colonialism in the Americas - Matthew Liebmann, Melissa Scott Murphy 2011

        Book Background Read chapter 1 "Rethinking the archaeology of rebels, backsliders and idolators", pp.3-18. The other chapters in the book will provide inspiration for an essay on this topic.

      2. 1493: uncovering the new world Columbus created - Charles C. Mann 2011

        Book Background read chapter 9: Forest of fugitives. pp. 421-488

      3. Historical archaeology: back from the edge - Pedro Paulo A. Funari, Martin Hall, S. Jones 1999

        Book  chapter 18: Maroon, Race and Gender: Palmares Material Culture and Social Relations in a Runaway Settlement

      4. Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt: identity, meaning, and renewal in the Pueblo world - Robert W. Preucel 2002

        Book Essential read chapter 7: Ceramic semiotics: Women, pottery and social meanings at Kotyiti Pueblo. Capone and Preucel 2002.

  6. week 7 Race, ethnogenesis, and nationalism 11 items
    1. further 9 items
      1. Multisited Research on Colonowares and the Paradox of Globalization - Charles R. Cobb, Chester B. DePratter 09/2012

        Article Background

      2. Studies in culture contact: interaction, culture change, and archaeology - James G. Cusick 1998

        Book Background read Deagan, K. A. (1998). Transculturation and Spanish American ethnogenesis: The archaeological legacy of the Quincentenary, pp.23-43. Hard copy available from university library

      3. "I, too, am America": archaeological studies of African-American life - Theresa A. Singleton 1999

        Book Background

      4. The archaeology of race and racialization in historic America - Charles E. Orser 2007

        Book 

      5. The archaeology of slavery and plantation life - Theresa A. Singleton 1985

        Book 

  7. week 8 Collecting other cultures: heritage & cultural protection 14 items
    1. further 12 items
      1. Paris primitive: Jacques Chirac's Museum on the Quai Branly - Sally Price 2007

        Book 

      2. Journal of museum ethnography - Museum Ethnographers' Group (Great Britain) 1989-

        Journal 

  8. week 9 1492 and the Anthropocene 9 items
    1. Collapse: how societies choose to fail or succeed - Jared M Diamond 2005

      Book Essential Read chapter 2: Twilight at Easter, pp.79-119

    2. Defining the Anthropocene - Simon L. Lewis, Mark A. Maslin 2015-3

      Article 

    3. further 7 items
      1. Revisiting Rapa Nui (Easter Island) "ecocide" - Terry L. Hunt,Carl P. Lipo

        Article 

      2. European colonialism and the Anthropocene: A view from the Pacific Coast of North America - Kent G. Lightfoot, Lee M. Panich, Tsim D. Schneider, Sara L. Gonzalez 12/2013

        Article 

      3. The Columbian exchange: biological and cultural consequences of 1492 - Alfred W Crosby 2003

        Book 

      4. Native Population of the Americas in 1492 - William M. Denevan, W. George Lovell 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book 

      5. F**k Jared Diamond - David Correia 12/2013

        Article 

  9. week 10 Trade, technology, and consumption 5 items
    1. Foreign objects: rethinking indigenous consumption in American archaeology 2017

      Book  Read chapter 3 by John Creese: 3. Beyond Representation: Indigenous Economies of Affect in the Northeast Woodlands, pp. 59-79.

    2. The Role of Wampum Production at the Albany Almshouse - Elizabeth S. Peña 2001

      Article Essential

    3. further 3 items
  10. week 11 Sex, gender, and colonial bodies 5 items
    1. The archaeology of colonialism: intimate encounters and sexual effects - Barbara L. Voss, Eleanor Conlin Casella 2011

      Book Essential read chapter 16. Sexualizing Space: The Colonial Leer and the Genealogy of Storyville. S.L. Dawdy. pp. 271-289

    2. further 3 items
      1. The archaeology of colonialism: intimate encounters and sexual effects - Barbara L. Voss, Eleanor Conlin Casella 2011

        Book Essential read chapter 7. Fear, Desire, and Material Strategies in Colonial Louisiana. D. DiPaolo Loren. pp.105-121

  11. week 12 Religion, spirituality, and clashing cosmovisions 9 items
    1. further 7 items
      1. Indigenous landscapes and Spanish missions: new perspectives from archaeology and ethnohistory - Lee M. Panich, Tsim D. Schneider 2014

        Book Essential read Boyer III, W. A. (2014). Missionization, Negotiation, and Belief The Role of the Acuera Chiefdom in Colonial Seventeenth-Century Florida. pp. 41-56

      2. The Spanish conquest and the Maya collapse: how ‘religious’ is change? - Elizabeth Graham, Scott E. Simmons, Christine D. White 15/02/2013

        Article 

      3. Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt: identity, meaning, and renewal in the Pueblo world - Robert W. Preucel 2002

        Book Essential read chapter 9: Signs of power and resistance: The (re)creation of Christian imagery and identities in the Pueblo Revolt era. M. Liebmann. 2002

      4. An archaeology of doings: secularism and the study of Pueblo religion - Severin M. Fowles 2012

        Book Background

      5. Maya Christians and their churches in sixteenth-century Belize - Elizabeth A. Graham 2011

        Book 

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