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Jean Li - Women, gender and identity in Third Intermediate Period Egypt
17.02.2018, 15:04

Канадски автор от китайски произход разкрива визията си за социалния статус, експресията на пола и самоопределянето при жените в Древен Египет през Третия преходен период. Анализът е изграден върху материала от некропола в Тива.

Jean Li - Women, gender and identity in Third Intermediate Period Egypt : the Theban case study, London-New York, Routledge, 2017

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Women, Gender and Identity in Third Intermediate Period Egypt clarifies the role of women in Egyptian society during the first millennium BCE, allowing for more nuanced discussions of women in the Third Intermediate Period. It is an intensive study of a corpus that is both geographically and temporally localized around the city of Thebes, which was the cultural and religious centre of Egypt during this period and home to a major national necropolis. Unlike past studies which have relied heavily on literary evidence, Li presents a refreshing material culture-based analysis of identity construction in elite female burial practices. This close examination of the archaeology of women’s burial presents an opportunity to investigate the social, professional and individual identities of women beyond the normative portrayals of the subordinate wife, mother and daughter.Taking a methodological and material culture-based approach which adds new dimensions to scholarly and popular understandings of ancient Egyptian women, this fascinating and important study will aid scholars of Egyptian history and archaeology, and anyone with an interest in women and gender in the ancient world.

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