Feminist archaeology is about putting women at the center of investigations of history. it uses gender theory to discuss frameworks, evidence, and associations from a feminist perspective. It got its start as a reaction to male-centered archaeology.
In a broader sense, feminist archaeology is about interpreting history from a female’s perspective. It’s no secret that the majority of history has been written by men, and many women want to take a look at the other side of the story that has been ignored for generations. It’s not about changing historical events, it’s about looking at it through a different lens. In my view, the more perspectives we have as a society about the past, the better.
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