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BIBLIOGRAFIA PARA O PROCESSO SELETIVO DO PPGArq USP 2019

 

O MAE-USP, através deste edital, torna pública a bibliografia que embasará a prova de conhecimento do processo seletivo para ingresso no Programa de Pós-graduação em Arqueologia em 2019. A listagem de obras referenciais para estudo será distinta para o mestrado e para o doutorado, conforme especificado a seguir. Todos títulos indicados estão disponíveis na Biblioteca do Museu de Arqueologia e Etnologia da Universidade de São Paulo (bibmae@usp.br). O período de inscrição, forma de seleção e demais informações pertinentes serão objeto de edital próprio a ser oportunamente publicado. 

 

TEXTOS INDICADOS PARA SELEÇÃO DE INGRESSO AO MESTRADO

ANTONACCIO, C. (2005). Excavating colonization. In: HURST, H. & OWEN, H. (Eds.). Ancient colonizations: Analogy, similarity and differene. Duckworth, Londres, pp. 97-113.

CARVER, M. (2009). Chapter 5: Site survey. Archaeological investigation, London: Routledge, p. 89-112

BINFORD, L (1980) Willow smoke and dog’s tails: Hunter-gatherer settlement systems and archaeological site formation. American Antiquity 45: 4-20.

DRIESSEN, J. (2009). Daidalos’ designs and Ariadne’s Threads: Minoan Towns as Places of Interaction. In Owen, S; Preston, L. (eds). Inside the city in the Greek world. Studioes of urbanism from the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic period. University of Cambridge Museum of Classical Archaeology Monigraph 1. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 41-54.

DYSON, S. (1995) Is there a text in this site?. In: SMALL, D.B. (Ed.), Methods in the Mediterranean: Historical archaeological views on texts and archaeology. Brill, Leiden, pp. 24-44.

DAVID, A. (2006). Chapter 1: Finding sites. In: BALME, J. & PATERSON, A. (Ed). Archaeology in Practice. A Student Guide to Archaeological Analyses. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing, pp. 1-34.

DAVID, B e THOMAS, J. (2008). Landscape Archaeology: Introduction. Handbook of Landscape Archaeology. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, pp. 27-43.

LYONS, D. e CASEY, J. It’s a material world: the critical ando n-going valeu of ethnoarchaeology in understanding variation, change and materiality. World Archaeology, 48(5):609-627. 2016.

NEVES, E.G. (2011). Archaeological cultures and past identities in the Pre-Colonial Central Amazon. In: A. Hornborg e J.D. Hill (Eds.). Ethnicity in ancient Amazonia. Reconstructing past identities from archaeology, linguistics, and ethnohistory. University Press of Colorado, Boulder, pp.31-56.

POLITIS, G. (2003). The Theoretical Landscape and the Methodological Development of Archaeology in Latin America, Latin American Antiquity, 14(2): 115- 142.

RAPP Jr, G.; HILL, C.L. (1998). Geoarchaeology: The Earth- science approach to archaeological interpretation. London: Yale University Press, Chapter 8. Geological mapping, remote sensing and surveying, p. 175-197.

SCHIFFER, M. B.; SKIBO, J. (1997) The Explanation of Artifact Variability. American Antiquity, 62(1): 27-50.

SHANKS, M. Postprocessual archaeology and after. In: BENTLEY, R.A; MASCHNER, H.D.G.; CHIPPINDALE, C. (2008). Handbook of Archaeological Theories. Lanham, AltaMira Press, pp. 133-144.

WATSON, P.J. Processualism and after. In: BENTLEY, R.A; MASCHNER, H.D.G.; CHIPPINDALE, C. (2008). Handbook of Archaeological Theories. Lanham, AltaMira Press, pp. 29-38.

WEBSTER, G. S. Culture history: a culture-historical appro- ach. In: BENTLEY, R.A; MASCHNER, H.D.G.; CHIPPINDALE, C. (2008). Handbook of Archaeological Theories. Lanham, AltaMira Press, pp. 11-27.

ZEDEÑO, M.N. e BOWSER, B.J. (2009). The archaeology of meaningful places. In: B.J. BOWSER e M.N. ZEDEÑO (Eds.). The archaeology of meaningful places. Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press, pp. 1-14.

TEXTOS INDICADOS PARA SELEÇÃO DE INGRESSO AO DOUTORADO

CARVER, M. (2009). Chapter 11: Chronology. Archaeological investigation, London: Routledge,p. 267-296

COLWELL-CHANTHAPHONH, C. (2009). The archaeologist as a world citizen. In: MESKELL, L. (Ed.). Cosmopolitan Archaeologies. Duke University Press, Durham/London, pp.140-165.

DMITRIEV, S. (2009). (Re-)constructing the Roman empire: From “imperialism” to “post-colonialism”. A historical approach to history and historiography. Annali dela Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, 5(1): 123-164.

DRIESSEN, J. (2010). Spirit of place: Minoan houses as major actors. In Pullen, D.J. (ed). Political Economies of the Aegean Bromze Age: Papers from the Langford Conference. Oxbow Books, Oxford, 35-65.

GOLDBERG, P. & SHERWOOD, S. (2006). Deciphering human prehistory through the geoarchaeological study of cave sediments. Evolutionary Anthropology 15: 20-36.

HAMILAKIS, Y. (2016). Decolonial archaeologies: from ethnarchaeology to archaeological ethnography. World Archaeology, 48(5): 678-682.

HISCOCK, P. (2007). Looking the other way. A materialist/ technological approach to classifying tools and implements, cores and retouched flakes. In: Shannon P. McPherron(ed)), Tools versus cores? Alternative approaches to stone tool analyses, Cambridge Scholars Publishing; Unabridged edition, p. 198-222.

HOLDAWAY, S. (2006) Chapter 5: Absoluting dating. In: BALME, J. & PATERSON, A. (Ed). Archaeology in Practice. A Student Guide to Archaeological Analyses. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing, pp. 117-158

INGOLD, T. The temporality of the landscape. In: T. Ingold. The Perception of the Enviroment. Essays in Livelihood, Dwelling and Skill. London/New York: Routledge. 2001

KOSSO, P. (1995). Epistemic independense between textual and material evidence. In: SMALL, D.B. (Ed.), Methods in the Mediterranean: Historical archaeological views on texxts and archaeology. Brill, Leiden, pp. 177-196.

LAU, G. (2010). The work of surfaces: object worlds and techniques of enhancement in the ancient Andes. Journal of Material Culture, 15(3): 259-286.

PURCELL, N. (2005). Colonization and mediterranean history. In: HURST, H. & OWEN, H. (Eds.). Ancient colonizations: Analogy, similarity and difference. Duckworth, Londres, pp. 115-139.

SCHIFFER, M. B.; SKIBO, J. (1997) The Explanation of Artifact Variability. American Antiquity, 62(1): 27-50.

SMITH, A.T. (2003). Introduction: Surveying the political landascape. The political landscape. Constellations of authority in Early complex societies. University of California Press, Berkeley, pp. 1-29.

SMITH, A.T. (2011). Archaeologies of Sovereignity. Annual Review of Anthroplogy 40: 415-432.

SMITH, B.D. (2016). Neo-darwinism, niche construction theory, and the initial domestication of plants and animals. Evolutionary Ecology 30: 307-324.

SILLIMAN, S. W. (2015) Comparative Colonialism and Indigenous Archaeology: Exploring the Intersections. In: CIPOLLA, C. N. & HAYES, K. H. (Eds). Rethinking Colonialism: Comparative Archaeological Approaches. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, pp.. 213-233.

SILVA, F. (2015) NOELLI, F.. Mobility and Territorial Occupation of the Asurini Do Xingu, Pará, Brazil: An Archaeology of the Recent Past in the Amazon. Latin American Antiquity, v. 26, p. 493-511.

ZEDEÑO, M.N. e BOWSER, B.J. (2009). The archaeology of meaningful places. In: B.J. BOWSER e M.N. ZEDEÑO (Eds.). The archaeology of meaningful places. Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press, p. 1-14.