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Mobility and Pottery Production. Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives, 2017, 326 p.
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Mobility and Pottery Production. Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives, 2017, 326 p. -

1. Changing perspectives, changing insights : 'Mobility and pottery production', what for? Introductory remarks (C. Heitz, R. Stapfer) ; Prehistoric archaeology, anthropology and material culture studies: aspects of their origins and common roots (A. Hafner) ; Material culture and mobility: A brief history of archaeological thought (A. Van Oyen) / 2. Object-centred perspectives: From 'cultures' and chronology to relations and mobility : The Munzingen culture in the southern Upper Rhine Plain (3950–3600 BC) (L. Jammet-Reynal) ; From typo-chronology to inter- and intra site variety: the 'Michelsberg' pottery of South Germany (4300–3600 BC) (U. Seidel) ; Social dynamics and mobility: Discussing 'households' in Linear Pottery Culture research (6 ML BC) (I. Hohle) ; Special pottery in 'Cortaillod' settlements of Neolithic western Switzerland (3900–3500 BC) (R.Stapfer) ; Cultural and chronological attribution of pottery on the move: from rigid time-space schemata towards flexible microarchaeological 'messworks' (E. Gross) / 3. Actor-centred perspectives: Movements of making – mobilities of pots, potters, skills and ideas : Movement in making: 'Women working with clay' in northern Côte d'Ivoire (I. Köhler) ; Form follows fingers: Roman pottery, the producer's perspective and the mobility of ideas (N. Melko) ; Practice, social cohesion and identity in pottery production in the Balearic Islands (1500–500 BC) (D. A. Santacreu) ; Making things, being mobile: pottery as intertwined histories of humans and materials (C. Heitz) ; Pots on the move become different: Emplacement and mobility of pottery, specific properties of pots and their contexts of use (H. P. Hahn).
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