INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ANTHROPOLOGY
THE BALKANS IN PREHISTORY
2005 International Institute of Anthropology
2005
Lolita Nikolova, Ph.D.
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Anthropology of Prehistoric Everydayness
Everyday Life as a problem of Cultural Anthropology
   
THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF EVERYDAYNESS.

Prehistory as a Cultural Anthropology

Households as Elementary Social Units
 
THE HOUSEHOLDS IN THE CONTEXT OF PREHISTORIC SOCIAL EVOLUTION IN THE BALKANS
(PROBLEMS)
       
Social Reproduction and the Everyday Life in Prehistory
 
NOTES ON EARLY SOCIAL REPRODUCTION IN THRACE
 
THE EVERYDAY LIFE AND THE SYMBOLISM IN THE PREHISTORIC BALKANS

Micro-, Mezo- and Macrosocial Structures in Prehistory

Subsistence Economy and Everyday Life

Pottery, Everydayness and Changes in the Ceramic Style
     Dubene-Sarovka. Early Bronze Age (
Figure 1)

Evolution of the Society, Cultural Reproduction and Everyday Life

Social Changes and Cultural Reproduction

References
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ANTHROPOLOGY OF EVERYDAYNESS IN PREHISTORY
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