Table of contents for Cultural transmission and material culture : breaking down boundaries / edited by Miriam T. Stark, Brenda J. Bowser, and Lee Horne ; with a foreword by William A. Longacre.

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Foreword: Cultural Transmission and Ceramic Sociology 
William A. Longacre
1. Why Breaking Down Boundaries Matters for Archaeological Research on 
Learning and Cultural Transmission: An Introduction 
Miriam T. Stark, Brenda J. Bowser, and Lee Horne
2. Patterns, Processes, and Parsimony: Studying Cultural Evolution with 
Analytical Techniques from Evolutionary Biology 
Mark Collard and Stephen J. Shennan
3. Gendered Technology, Kinship, and Cultural Transmission among Salish-
Speaking Communities on the Pacific Northwest Coast: A Preliminary 
Peter Jordan and Thomas Mace
4. Cultural Transmission of Copying Errors and the Evolution of Variation in 
Woodland Pots 
Jelmer W. Eerkens and Carl P. Lipo
5. Evolutionary Trajectories of Technological Traits and Cultural 
Transmission: A Qualitative Approach to the Emergence and Disappearance 
of the Ceramic Wheel-Fashioning Technique in the Southern Levant 
Valentine Roux
6. Learning and Transmission of Pottery Style: Women's Life Histories and 
Communities of Practice in the Ecuadorian Amazon 
Brenda J. Bowser and John Q. Patton
7. Translating Ideologies: Tangible Meaning and Spatial Politics in the 
Northwest Amazon of Brazil 
Janet Chernela
8. Mother Bella Was Not a Bella: Inherited and Transformed Traditions in 
Southwestern Niger 
Olivier P. Gosselain
9. The Way of the Potter's Mother: Apprenticeship Strategies among Dii 
Potters from Cameroon, West Africa 
Hélène Wallaert-Pêtre
10. Technical Traditions and Cultural Identity: An Ethnoarchaeological Study 
of Andhra Pradesh Potters 
Laure Degoy-Thotakura
11. The Long Arm of the Mother-in-Law: Learning, Postmarital Resocialization 
of Women, and Material Culture Style 
Ingrid Herbich and Michael Dietler
12. Colonialism and Cuisine: Cultural Transmission, Agency, and History at 
Zuni Pueblo 
Barbara J. Mills
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indigenous peoples -- Congresses.
Indigenous women -- Congresses.
Material culture -- Congresses.
Intercultural communication -- Congresses.
Ceramics -- Social aspects -- Congresses.