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Contents List of Tables 000 List of Figures 000 Foreword 000 Preface 000 1. Race, Racialization, and Why Historical Archaeologists Should Care 000 Race and American Archaeology 000 Historical Archaeology and Diversity 000 Racialization 000 2. Racialization and American Historical Archaeologists 000 The Early Years 000 The Middle Years 000 The Recent Years 000 Racialization in Summary 000 3. Race, Class, and the Archaeology of the Modern World 000 A Question of Scale 000 A Question of Class 000 Epochal Structures 000 Network Relations 000 The Socio-Spatial Dialectic 000 Habitus 000 Capital 000 Fields 000 Modern-World Archaeology and Racialization 000 Seeing Race in Things 000 Racing the Past 000 4. The Irish in New York City 000 Background of Excavation 000 The Irish at the 472 Pearl Street Tenement 000 Homegrown Habitus 000 Epochal Structures in Irish America 000 Learned Habitus of Race in Irish America 000 Segregating the Irish, New York Style 000 The Material Possessions of the Racialized Irish in a New York Tenement 000 5. The Chinese in Northern California 000 Background of Excavation 000 The Chinese at 123 Channel Street 000 The Chinese in Northern California 000 The Chinese at Home 000 Epochal Structures of Chinese Racialization in America 000 Learned Habitus of Race in Chinese America 000 The Chinese Laundry in Northern California 000 The Materiality of Chinese Racialization in Stockton 000 Race and the Chinese Laundry Workers in Stockton 000 6. Modern-World Archaeology and Racialization 000 The Role of Structure 000 The Fixity of Identity 000 Bibliography 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Archaeology and history -- United States.
Race -- Social aspects -- United States -- History.
Ethnicity -- United States -- History.
Racism -- United States -- History.
Social classes -- United States -- History.
Material culture -- United States -- History.
Historic sites -- United States.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- United States.
United States -- Race relations.
United States -- Antiquities.