Let’s Hear It for the Boy: Masculinity, Manhood, and Archaeologies of Gender
Author(s): David Hyde
This paper will seek to explore how archaeological investigations of masculinity and manhood can contribute to contemporary theory on gender and sexuality. Drawing on material from a 19th century industrial work camp in Coastal California, I will argue that intersectionality provides promising avenues as both a theoretical paradigm and as a way to articulate archaeological work within a wider, multi-disciplinary discourse on gender. Methodological implications for archaeological engagements with masculinity and intersectionality will also be explored.
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Let’s Hear It for the Boy: Masculinity, Manhood, and Archaeologies of Gender. David Hyde. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 431395)
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