This volume focuses entirely on children and material culture. The contributors ask: what is the relationship between children and the material world?; is the material culture of children the same across all times and cultures, or does it vary?; and how can we access the actions and identities of children in the material records? The collection spans a period from the Palaeolithic to the late-20th century, and uses data from across Europe, Scandinavia, the Americas and Asia. The international contributors are from a range of disciplines including archaeology, cultural and biological anthropology, psychology and museum studies. All integrate theory and data to illustrate the significance and potential of studying children.
Release date NZ
August 24th, 2000
Edited by Joanna Sofaer-Derevenski
Country of Publication
15 black & white tables
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