Margaret W. Conkey and Joan M. Gero (Eds.)
Engendering Archaeology: Women and Prehistory
Cambridge, Mass., B. Blackwell, 1991.
"Engendering Archaeology advances significantly the small but growing literature on gender in archeology. The book, which contains 14 essays, has two principle foci: women in ancient societies and the concept of gender in archeological inquiry... This is a pioneer effort, full of innovative ideas certain to stimulate investigators to include gender among their research questions and to invite a basic rethinking about how we learn about the past."