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Includes bibl. references. - Contents: Introduction / R.P. Wright; I, Gender, reproduction and feminine technologies. How did prehistoric women bear "Man the hunter": reconstructing fertility / Gillian R. Bentley; Reconceiving technology / Judith A. McGraw; II, Gender and production. Technology, gender and class: Ur III Mesopotamia / R.P. Wright; Exploring the relationship between gender and craft in complex societies / Cathy L. Costin; III, Gender and representation. Figurines and the Aztec state / E.M. Brumfiel; The construction of gender in Classic Maya monuments / Rosemary A. Joyce; IV, Gender and practice. Gendered perspectives in the classroom / J.V. Romanowicz, R.P. Wright; Cultivating thinking/challenging authority / Margaret W. Conkey, Ruth E. Tringham; Archaeological practice and gendered encounters with field data / Joan M. Gero.