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CONTENTS List of Figures and Maps Foreword by Cho-yun Hsu Introduction: Gender and Chinese Archaeology PART I: THE NEOLITHIC PERIOD Chapter 1: Marxist and Post-Marxist Paradigms for the Neolithic Gideon Shelach Chapter 2: Mortuary Ritual in Northwestern China, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Yan Sun Chapter 3: The Late Neolithic Cemetery at Dadianzi Jui-man Wu PART II: SHANG DYNASTIC PERIOD Chapter 4: Queens and Royal Ladies at Anyang Ying Wang PART III: ZHOU DYNASTIC PERIOD Chapter 5: Ritual Practice, Status, and Gender Identity: Western Zhou at Baoji Yu Jiang Chapter 6: Gender Differentiation in Jin State Jade Regulations Tsui-mei Huang Chapter 7: Gender, Status, Ritual Regulations, and Mortuary Practice in the State of Jin Ying Yong Chapter 8: Female and Male Status Displayed at the Maoqinggou Cemetery Xiaolong Wu Chapter 9: Gender and Kinship in Burial Practice at the Pinyang Site Jian-jing Li PART IV: HAN-DATE PERIOD Chapter 10: Female Divinities in Han Dynasty Representation Sheri A. Lullo Chapter 11: Horsemen in the Dian Culture of Yunnan Tze-huey Chiou-Peng Chapter 12: Textile Production and Female Status in Bronze Age Yunnan Penny Rode Glossary Bibliography Index About the Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: China Antiquities, Archaeology China, Burial China, Gender identity China