Whitney Battle-Baptiste: Black Feminist Archaeology



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Heoretical perspective accessible and important to both archaeologists and the general public I especially appreciated the way Battle Baptiste acknowledges and reflects upon her standpoint and relationship with the archaeological materials being studied Overall this is an excellent book illustrating a different perspective in archaeology I think that it will be interesting to see howif similar perspectives are introduced and used in prehistoric contexts 9301082 B3363 2011. Theory and practice Whitney Battle Baptiste outlines the basic tenets of.

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Ptiste 2011164 Black Feminist Archaeology represents a very different kind of archaeological study Battle Baptiste uses a eminist perspective to address the intersections of gender race and class at three sites relating to African American experiences in the US These are generally categorized as African diaspora studies something that I am not particularly amiliar with as a white archaeologist working in South America This book however made the subject and the eminist Over three decades but has made only minor inroads into archaeological.

I did not write a book to push or a theoretical agenda that excludes anyone I write or an audience that is ready to hear about how race gender and class complicate the ield of archaeology and make it relevant to the larger world I want this book to show how when archaeologists critically engage with a dialogue about the intersectionality of race and gender we begin to see the deeper The Probability Pad forms of oppression and how they affect the lives of marginalized populations Battle Ba. Blackeminist thought has developed in various parts of the academy or.

Whitney Battle Baptiste is the director of the W E B Du Bois Center at University of Massachusetts Amherst and an associate professor in the Department of Anthropology She is the author of Black Feminist Archaeology