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Time:07:47 pm
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Hello!

I am looking at grad schools to apply for PhD programs in Archaeology.  I want to study Feminist Archaeology and the Maya and would like to examine grave goods for power/status indications.

Does anyone know of any good graduate schools that have professors who have experience working in this field? 

I'm going to apply to Northwestern, Michigan, Tulane and UTX-Austin.  Any other ideas?
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skjaere
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Time:2011-02-19 09:52 am (UTC)
I'm going to piggyback on this entry for the sake of curiosity and ask if anyone knows any good MA or other programmes at British universities with a gender archaeology bent to them?
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anthrolisa
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Time:2011-02-20 01:39 am (UTC)
Someone told me that University of Liverpool was good, but I haven't checked into it.
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malignantdaisy
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Time:2011-02-28 03:17 am (UTC)
Sorry I didn't see this post earlier, since I have a suggestion:

You might see if Patricia McAnany at UNC Chapel Hill is taking on graduate students. If not, she might point you toward some other people/departments that would be good. I did my undergrad at Boston University when she taught there and went to a field school she ran in Belize. It's been a while, but she does study the Maya and lists "Identity and Gender Constructs" among her current areas of interest.

Good luck!
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anthrolisa
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Time:2011-03-07 04:13 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the info! I will definately look her up!
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