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Recently, archaeologists have examined storytelling as a productive trope for conveying the multivocality and ambiguity standard archaeological techniques have so much trouble dealing with (Joyce 2002;Pluciennik 1999). Storytelling is capable of a double centering. The Beauty of Letting Go: Fragmentary Museums and Archaeologies of Archive.
Gender and Power in Prehispanic Mesoamerica. University of Texas Press, 2001. Rosemary Joyce, Carolyn Guyer and Michael Joyce) Sister Stories. New York University Press, 2000
Gender and Power in Prehispanic Mesoamerica. New York University Press, 2000. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, 2000. Dumbarton Oaks, Washington DC, 1999.
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2 Writing the Field of Archaeology: Rosemary Joyce and Robert W. Preucel. Uses a selection of different kinds of archaeological texts to demonstrate how the creation of narrative binds together field archaeology with formal and informal presentations of interpretations. 3 Dialogues Heard and Unheard, Seen and Unseen: Rosemary Joyce. 4 A Second Voice: Crafting Cosmos: Jeanne Lopiparo. 5 Voices Carry Outside the Discipline: Rosemary Joyce, Carolyn Guyer, and Michael Joyce. 6 The Return of the First Voice: Rosemary Joyce. 7 Final Dialogues: Rosemary Joyce.
Joyce, Rosemary . Preucel, Robert . Lopiparo, Jeanne; Guyer, Carolyn; Joyce, Michael (2002). Blackwell Publishers. p. 6. Retrieved 2 November 2015. "Rosemary Joyce P. a b Plumer, Hannah (2 November 2011). Gender in Mesoamerica: Interpreting Gender Roles in Classic Maya Society".
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John Wiley & Sons, 2008. Eventful archaeology: the place of space in structural transformation. RA Beck Jr, DJ Bolender, JA Brown, TK Earle, DK Charles, P Díaz-del-Río,. Current Anthropology 48 (6), 833-860, 2007.
Book-length hypertext) 1995 (Rosemary A. Joyce and Susan A. M. Shumaker) Encounters with the Americas.
2001 Gender and Power in Prehispanic Mesoamerica. Book-length hypertext) 1995 (Rosemary A. Peabody Museum Press. 1991 Cerro Palenque: Power and Identity on the Maya Periphery. University of Texas Press, Austin. Smithsonian Institution Latin Center/National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC. 2009 (Barry Cunliffe, Chris Gosden, and Rosemary A. Joyce, ed. The Oxford Handbook of Archaeology.
Series: Social Archaeology.