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先史時代のグローバル化

Globalization in Prehistory : Contact, Exchange, and the "people without History"

Boivin, Nicole (EDT)   Frachetti, Michael D. (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2018/10
343 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781108429801
KCN: 1031178662
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納期について
DDC: 930
KDC: A310 考古学・先史学
M61
書評掲載: Choice Reviews 2019 May
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This book is for archaeologists, historians, anthropologists and others interested in the scales of human interaction in prehistoric times. By recasting globalisation through the lens of non-state societies, this book illustrates the complex connectivity that shaped the fabric of ancient societies at impressively large scales.
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Table of Contents

Introduction. Archaeology and people without history Nicole Boivin and Michael D. Frachetti; 1. What's the point? Globalization and the emergence of ceramic-using hunter-gatherers in Northern Eurasia Peter Hommel; 2. Globalizing interactions in the Arabian neolithic and the 'Ubaid Robert Carter; 3. Domestic dispersal, human agency and the connectivity in Island Southeast Asia during the Holocene Tim Denham; 4. Bronze Age participation in a 'global' ecumene: mortuary practice and ideology across Inner Asia Michael D. Frachetti and Elissa Bullion; 5. Prehistoric globalizing processes in the Tao River Valley, Gansu, China? Yitzchak Jaffe and Rowan Flad; 6. Global networks and local agents in the Iron Age Eurasian steppe Ursula Brosseder and Bryan K. Miller; 7. Nomads and caravan trade in the Syrian Desert Eivind Heldaas Seland; 8. Invisible agents of Eastern trade: foregrounding Island Southeast Asian agency in pre-modern globalization Tim Hoogervorst and Nicole Boivin; 9. From rural collectables to global commodities: copper from Oman and obsidian from Ethiopia Ioana A. Dimitru and Michael J. Harrower; 10. The Tsodilo Hills and the Indian Ocean: small-scale wealth and emergent power in eighth-eleventh century Central-Southern Africa Edwin N. Wilsen; 11. Christians and spices: hidden foundations and misrecognitions in European colonial expansion to South Asia Kathleen D. Morrison; 12. Subsistence middlemen traders and pre-colonial globalization in Melanesia Ian Lilley.