A halál régészete irodalomlista

Kurzus: A halál régészete (Archaeology of death), ANG 6741/ANT 4930
Oktató: Dr. James M. Davidson
Hely és idő: University of Florida, USA, 2011/2 tanév őszi szemeszter
Letölthető anyagok: részben
Ajánljuk: társadalomrégészeti, temetkezésekkel kapcsolatos kurzusokhoz segédanyagként; egy sor amúgy kötelező cikk pdf-je is fent van.

A Floridai Egyetem 2011-es temetkezés régészeti órájának irodalomlistája tele van hasznos hivatkozásokkal, valamint a kurzus struktúrája is sokat elárul a témáról. A kurzusleírás itt érhető el, magyarul valahogy így hangzik:

A szeminárium a temetkezéssel kapcsolatos antropológiai kutatáshoz (mortuary studies) szolgáltat biztos alapokat. A régészeti forrásanyagon kívül erős hangsúlyt helyezek a kulturális antropológia és etnográfia által felgöngyölt elméleti kérdésekre is. Az ilyen jellegű szakirodalom mellett esettanulmányokat is használunk, hogy egy sor problémát megvizsgálhassunk. Ilyenek: társadalmi szerveződés és társadalmi szervezet, spiritualitás és vallás, bioarchaeológia (paleodemográfia, paleopatológia stb.), a nemek kutatása, etika, és a temetkezések régészetének posztprocesszuális kritikája. A kurzus időben a neolitikumtól a 20. századig halad, térben pedig az egész bolygón kalandozik.


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