Mapping a Future: Archaeology, Feminism, and Scientific Practice
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- Tomášková, S. J Archaeol Method Theory (2007) 14: 264. doi:10.1007/s10816-007-9038-0
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Drawing on work in science studies, I argue for the importance of fieldwork and research practices when considering the relative significance of feminism within archaeology. Fieldwork, often presented as the unifying hallmark of all of anthropology, has a different resonance in archaeology at the level of material practice and specific techniques. In order to understand the relationship between archaeology and feminism we need to investigate methods, methodology, and interpretations of the material record simultaneously. Examining one practice, that of map making, I suggest venues amenable to feminist insights.