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I continue with a discussion of decorative motifs on ceramics. What constitutes “fashionable” ware for tea time or dining changes often through the period of study. Various patterns on tea and table wares were often intended to communicate specific domestic ideals, a family’s understanding of their class and ethnic identity, and aspirations for socioeconomic status, among many other things. A close examination of these trends over time reveals interesting points of convergence and divergence within the village relative to larger cultural trends.

Kerber et al. 1989:574). In the highly unstable and rapidly changing world of the new nation, republican womanhood “served to consolidate this middle class gentry, to crystallize its identity and position it against licentious aristocrats above and dissolute laborers Gender Ideologies in America 17 below, in that classical American fashion of asserting that we really represent the middle and that the extremes belong in the Old World” (Kerber et al. 1989:172). During the Revolutionary War, women had served the cause of liberty in essential and very public ways.

Nurseries), thus serving to reinforce social relations. Similarly, Pearson and Mullins (1999) investigated Barbie dolls as an expression of domestic ideologies. , Conkey and Gero 1991; Kryder-Reid 1994; Moore 1996; Rotman 2005, 2006; Rotman and Nassaney 1997; Savulis 1992, 1998; Scott 1994; Spencer-Wood 2006; Wall 1991, 1994, 2000; Yentsch 1991). ” Importantly, Wilkie (2003, 2004) reiterates the need to recognize that gendered interpretations are not an end in themselves, but as part of a broader project of studying “personhood” archaeologically.

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