Key:

  • R Restricted Access
  • F Full Access

Contents:

SECTION I: THEORIZING THE SPIRITUAL

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      Beyond Belief: The Archaeology of Religion and Ritual

      1. Yorke M Rowan
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      Matters of Belief: Middle-Range Theory, Religion, and the "State"

      1. Susan Kus
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      Envisioning a Pragmatic Approach to the Archaeology of Religion

      1. Mark Aldenderfer

SECTION II: MATERIALIZING THE SPIRITUAL

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      Technology and Morality—Rituals in Iron Working among the Fipa and Pangwa Peoples in Southwestern Tanzania

      1. Randi Barndon
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      Toward an Archaeology of Secrecy: Power, Paradox, and the Great Gods of Samothrace

      1. Sandra Blakely
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      Political Economy and the Routinization of Religious Movements: A View from the Eastern Woodlands

      1. Robin A. Beck Jr.
        James A. Brown
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      Deconstructing and Recomposing the Narrative of Spiritual Life in the Chalcolithic of the Southern Levant (4500–3600 B.C.E.)

      1. David Ilan
        Yorke M. Rowan
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      Materiality and Sacred Landscapes: Ulúa Style Marble Vases in Honduras

      1. Christina Luke

SECTION III: EXPERIENCING THE SPIRITUAL

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      Meanings and Functions of Enclosed Places in the European Neolithic: A Contextual Approach to Cult, Ritual, and Religion

      1. Peter F. Biehl
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      The Semiotics of Gunung Kawi: Materializing Affiliation at Ancient and Modern Balinese Temples

      1. John W. Schoenfelder
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      Signs in Human Hands: A Model for the Intonated Object

      1. Emily S. K. Anderson

SECTION IV: CONCLUSIONS

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      What Should an Archaeology of Religion Look Like to a Blind Archaeologist?

      1. Rosemary A. Joyce

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

    1. R List of Contributors