Sunday, February 05, 2006

Some I mentioned

I brought up some references the other day -- these are all those I could think of that have to do with learning -- perhaps appropriate for later on.

Crown, P. (1999). Socialization in American Southwest Pottery Decoration. Pottery and People: A Dynamic Interaction. J. M. S. a. G. M. Feinman. Salt Lake City, The University of Utah Press: 25-43.

Friedrich, M. H. (1970). "Design Structure and Social Interaction: Archaeological Implications of an Ethnographic Analysis." American Anitquity 35(3): 332-343.

Herbich, I. (1987). "Learning Patterns, Potter Interaction and Ceramic Style Among the Luo of Kenya." The African Archaeological Review 5: 193-204.

Lave, J. and E. Wenger (1991). Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Marchand, T., International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments., et al. (2000). "Traditional" knowledge : learning from experience. Berkeley, CA, Center for Environmental Design Research University of California at Berkeley.

Marchand, T. H. J. (2001). Minaret building and apprenticeship in Yemen. Richmond, Curzon.

Minar, J. C. (2001). "Motor Skills and the Learning Process: The Conservation of Cordage Final Twist Direction in Communities of Practice." Journal of Anthropological Research 57(4): 381-405.

Minar, J. C. a. P. L. C. (2001). "Learning and Craft Production: An Introduction." Journal of Anthropological Research 57(4): 369-380.

Sassaman, K. E. a. R., Wictoria (2001). "Communities of practice in the early pottery traditions of the American Southeast." Journal of Anthropological Research 57(4): 407-426.

Sillar, B. (2000). Shaping Culture: Making Pots and Constructing Households: An Archaeolgical Study of Pottery Production, Trade and Use in the Andes. Oxford, J. and E. Hedges.

Stanislawski, M. B. a. B. B. S. (1978). Hopi and Hopi-Tewa Ceramic Tradition Networks. The Spatial Organization of Culture. I. Hodder. Pittsburgh: 61-76.

Wallaert-PĂȘtre, H. (2001). "Learning how to make the right pots: apprenticeship strategies and material culture, a case study in handmade pottery from Cameroon." Journal of Anthropological Research 57(4): 471.

Wenger, E. (1998). Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning and Identity. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

2 Comments:

Blogger SMH said...

Smells strongly of ceramic... fascism.

10:35 PM  
Blogger HeadbobbingWriter said...

Woah...woah...who let in the freakin washington beaurocrat? Eh? One hobnobbin' with the political elite shant (i) chastize me. Ohhh no.
Plus ceramics are the structuring agent of the past, Shanti. We decided that in our last session

2:32 PM  

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