Table of contents for Ambiguous images : gender and rock art / Kelley A. Hays-Gilpin.


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List of Figures
Foreword by Sarah Milledge Nelson
Preface 
Chapter 1:	 Rock Art and Gender on the Margins of Archaeological Practice
Chapter 2:	 Recognizing Sex and Gender 
Chapter 3:	 Engendering and Degendering Paleolithic Europe's Cave Paintings
Chapter 4:	 Regendering Fertility Shrines in the West
Chapter 5:	 Separate Spheres: Who Made Rock Art? 
Chapter 6:	 Lifecycles and Puberty Rites
Chapter 7:	 "Maidens" and Fluteplayers in the Southwestern United States
Chapter 8:	 Sacred Landscapes and Social Landscapes
Chapter 9:	 Women, Men, Ritual, and Rock Art
Chapter 10: 	Shamans with History
Chapter 11: 	Taking Rock Art Seriously
References
About the Author
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Rock paintings, Petroglyphs, Cave paintings, Sex in art, Art criticism Sex differences, Art appreciation Sex differences, Feminist archaeology, Feminist art criticism