2 edition of Ancient Maya gender identity and relations found in the catalog.
Ancient Maya gender identity and relations
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Lowell S. Gustafson and Amelia M. Trevelyan|
|Contributions||Gustafson, Lowell S, Trevelyan, Amelia|
|LC Classifications||F1435.3.S7 A53 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 353 p. :|
|Number of Pages||353|
|LC Control Number||2001052792|
This book examines late nineteenth-century feminism in relation to technologies of the time, marking the crucial role of technology in social and literary struggles for equality. The New Woman, the fin de siècle cultural archetype of early feminism, became the focal figure for key nineteenth-century debates concerning issues such as gender and. Mythology Tonsured Maize God Chin Mayan Moon Goddess Bartolome de las Casa ()- Mayan parents supplied their adolescent sons with boys to use as sexual outlets before marriage, but if someone else sodomized them, the penalty was equal to rape Insults against the Itza Possible.
Guide for Dr. Lisa Overholtzer's class. Log in with your myWSU ID and password to request a book. Books take days on average and are sent to Ablah Library for you to pick up. Gender archaeology has made significant strides toward deconstructing the hegemony of binary categorizations. Challenging dichotomies such as man/woman, sex/gender, and biology/culture, approaches informed by poststructuralist, feminist, and queer theories have moved beyond essentialist and universalist identity constructs to more nuanced configurations. Despite the theoretical emphasis .
The Construction of Gender in Classic Maya Monuments. Gender and Archaeology, ed. R. Wright. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press (). Weds. 10/3 Late Classic Maya II: Piedras Negras, Tikal, and Copan Miller, Mary Ellen. Art of Mesoamerica, pp; O’Neil, Megan E. Ancient Maya Sculptures of Tikal, Seen and Unseen. Gender identity, an individual’s self-conception as a man or woman or as a boy or girl or as some combination of man/boy and woman/girl or as someone fluctuating between man/boy and woman/girl or as someone outside those categories is distinguished from actual biological sex—i.e., male or female. For most persons, gender identity and biological sex correspond in the.
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The first book to examine how the ancient Maya defined gender. Contributors explain what it meant to be male and female. They show how gender was experienced and what the bases were for gender designations. They demonstrate how gender relations affected other areas of Mayan Pages: Request PDF | Ancient Maya Gender Identity and Relations | The first book to examine how the ancient Maya defined gender.
Contributors explain what it meant to. Shared Gender Relations: Early Mesoamerica and the Maya by Lowell S. Gustafson Household and State in Prehispanic Maya Society Gender, Identity, and Practice by Julia A. Hendon The Gendered Architecture of Uxmal by Amelia M.
Trevelyan and Heather W. Forbes Mother-Father Kings by Lowell S. Gustafson Maya Corn Gods and the Male/Female Principle. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Ancient Maya gender identity and relations in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Multiplicity and Discourse in Maya Gender Relations / Marvin Cohodas Shared Gender Relations: Early Mesoamerica and the Maya / Lowell S.
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Trevelyan and Heather W. Forbes The first book to examine how the ancient Maya defined gender. Contributors explain what it meant to be male and female.
They show how gender was experienced and what the bases were for gender designations. They demonstrate how gender relations affected other areas of Mayan life, such as the arts, cosmology, economics, politics, religion, and social structure. And they analyze the changes in. The first book-length treatment of gender relations among the ancient Maya.
vi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Mayas -- Social life and customs. Mayas -- Antiquities. Sex role -- Mexico. Sex role -- Central America. Maya women.
Mexico -- Antiquities. Central America -- Antiquities. Gender in ancient Maya art is ambiguous. .In some images of heir recognition, this duality is explicit: there is a male figure on one side of the newly anointed, and a female figure on the other side.
Mayan girls are pressured to conform to their mother's viewpoints and not think independently. Mayan women were attacked and driven out of their homes in Guatemala by the. This landmark book combines the voices of Native Americans and non-Indians, anthropologists and others, in an exploration of gender and sexuality issues as they relate to lesbian, gay, transgendered, and other "marked" Native Americans.
Focusing on the concept of two-spirit people--individuals not necessarily gay or lesbian, transvestite or bisexual, but whose behaviors or beliefs may. Joyce, Rosemary Desiring Women: Classic Maya Sexualities.
In Ancient Maya Gender Identity and Relations, edited by Gustafson, Lowell and Travelyan, Amelia, pp. In Ancient Maya Gender Identity and Relations, edited by Lowell Gustafson and Amy Trevelyan, pp. Westport, CT: Greenwood. Stone, Andrea J. Sacrifice and sexuality: Some structural relationships in Classic Maya art.
In The Role of Gender in Precolumbian Art and Architecture, edited by Virginia Miller, pp. Lanham, MD. Reilly, K. Female and Male: The Ideology of Balance and Renewal in Elite Costuming Among the Classic Period Maya. In Ancient Maya Gender Identity and Relations, ed.
Gustafson, Lowell S. and Trevelyan, Amelia M, Bergin & Garvey, Westport. Google Scholar. Also it is interesting that the concept of gender in ancient Maya art is ambiguous; it is difficult to identify the gender of some figures simply because one couldn’t survive without the other.
Specifically images of heir recognition, “this duality is explicit: there is a male figure on one side of the newly-anointed, and a female figure on. Certain similarities in culture account for the observation of a general commonality among the ancient Maya, but there clearly were significant differences between Mayan sites, within the same site over time, and even between social sectors at the same site in any given time--this is no less true for ancient Maya gender identity and : Lowell S Gustafson; Amelia M Trevelyan.
The flood of archaeological work in Maya lands has revolutionized our understanding of gender in ancient Maya society. The dozen contributors to this volume use a wide range of methodological strategies--archaeology, bioarchaeology, iconography, ethnohistory, epigraphy, ethnography--to tease out the details of the lives, actions, and identities of women of Mesoamerica.5/5(1).
In Ancient Maya Gender Identity and Relations, edited by Gustafson, Lowell S. and Trevelyan, Amelia M., pp. – Bergin and Garvey, Westport, CT. Berlo, Janet C. The Warrior and the Butterfly: Central Mexican Ideologies of Sacred Warfare and Teotihuacan Iconography.
According to Campo-Arias (), gender identity is “the degree of acceptance or discomfort which an adult manifests in terms of behavioral and emotional characteristics expected for a. This book is an excellent resource for parents who want to explain gender identities to small children.
The language is simple and written in a way children can easily understand. The illustrations are gorgeous and features pictures of happy children of different abilities and races all expressing their gender identity in different s: Ancient Maya gender identity and relations / Published: () Maya and Spaniard in Yucatan, / by: Patch, Robert.
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