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  • Normark, Johan, 1969 (författare)
  • Osmanagic and Mayanism
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: AP: Online Journal in Public Archaeology. - 2171-6315. ; 2, s. 35-37
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)
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  • Normark, Johan, 1969 (författare)
  • Postclassic miniature shrines in the Cochuah Region
  • 2015
  • Ingår i: The Maya of the Cochuah Region: Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives on the Northern Lowlands. Justine M. Shaw (ed.). - Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press. - 9780826348647 ; , s. 157-169
  • Bokkapitel (refereegranskat)
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  • Normark, Johan, 1969 (författare)
  • The Chicxulub impact and its different hydrogeological effects on Prehispanic and Colonial settlement in the Yucatan peninsula
  • 2016
  • Ingår i: WIREs Water. - 2049-1948. ; 3:6, s. 871-884
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The Chicxulub impact ~66 million years ago and subsequent geological processes have created different hydrogeological regimes in the Yucatan peninsula, Mexico. These regimes have affected settlement patterns on local and regional scales. This study focuses on the intersection between three of these regimes; the Buried Ejecta within Saline Intrusion Zone, the Albion Formation, and the Ticul Fault Zone. Lake Chichancanab is located in the intersection between these zones. The Prehispanic settlement east of Chichancanab, in the Cochuah region, is distributed evenly whereas the Colonial period settlement of the same area largely stays within the Buried Ejecta within Saline Intrusion Zone. Colonial socioeconomic conditions and the Church limited the Spanish control of the Cochuah region, partially because groundwater access became increasingly more important during the Colonial period.
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  • Normark, Johan, 1969- (författare)
  • The making of a home : Assembling houses at Nohcacab, Mexico
  • 2009
  • Ingår i: World archaeology. - 0043-8243 .- 1470-1375. ; 41:3, s. 430-444
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • DeLanda's assemblage theory makes it possible to study assemblages like houses, households, organizations and lineages from a flat ontology where materialities and immaterialities are analyzed with the same basic tools. Houses are assemblages consisting of heterogeneous parts that form a functional and expressive whole that is different from its parts. Humans are parts of house assemblages and generate other assemblages extending beyond the physical territory of the buildings themselves. The buildings in the major household assemblage at the small, but densely settled, site of Nohcacab in Quintana Roo, Mexico, are used to show the workings of the multi-scalar assemblage approach. This household consists of smaller parts (artifacts, construction materials and different buildings) and it was part of greater assemblages (community, a nearby causeway system and trade networks).
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  • Normark, Johan, 1969 (författare)
  • The road of life: Bodies-politic in the Maya area
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: To Tender Gender: The Pasts and Futures of Gender Research in Archaeology / Ing-Marie Back Danielsson and Susanne Thedéen (eds). - Stockholm : Stockholms universitet. - 9789197825771 ; , s. 117-136
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)
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  • Normark, Johan, 1969 (författare)
  • The roads in-between : causeways and polyagentive networks at Ichmul and Yo'okop, Cochuah Region, Mexico
  • 2006
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • This dissertation has two aims: (1) To characterize and abandon the humanocentric archaeology that relies upon quasi-objects and to develop the polyagentive archaeology that relies upon actualizations of the virtual. (2) To exemplify the latter approach by studying how causeways (sakbeob) in the Maya area relate to temporality and materialtiy at, and around, the two neighbouring sites of Ichmul and Yo'okop in the Cochuah region of southeast Yucatan and west-central Quintana Roo in Mexico. It is suggested that transcendental, hierarchical and static quasi-objects commonly used in archaeology (for example culture and practice) are not suitable ways to begin our approach to the archaeological data. Polyagentive archaeology works from an ontology based in temporal movement rather than one with the basis in substance (classical materialism) or social constructions (idealism). The basis of this dissertation is to be found in Bergson's ideas of an unbreakable duration, a virtual multiplicity which our mind breaks down to static fragments (actual multiplicities) from which we reconstruct the world through representations and social constructions. Polyagency is a term for what generates becomings, differentiations and repetition. It lies in-between the virtual and the actual. This intensive process produces individuations that are called polyagents (actualizations). Quasi-objects are our way of trying to find patterns among these actualizations. This is an actual ideology which consists of both arbolic thought and nomadic thought. However, the unity comes from within the virtual and not from transcendent structures. As a contrast, the virtual ideology is directly connected to matter and the immanent. Deleuze's reworking of Bergson decentralizes the importance of the human being. It heads toward a posthuman condition and a neo-materialst and neo-realist ontology where the archaeological object is separated from its past human agent. However, the virtuality and polyagency of the object has continued unbroken from the past to the present. Materialities are part of a polyagnetive phylum of increasing differentiation of artefacts. The object is also seen as an index and a prototype of other materialities where the human being is reduced to being a catalyst in polyagentive networks. This reflects a relationship between polyagents in nested rhizomatic networks. Ichmul and Yo'okop have been investigated through surveys, mapping, test pit excavations and ceramic dating. Yo'okop has four documented causeways and Ichmul has five causeways. The causeways of the two sites seem to have been contemporaneous, constructed during the Terminal Classical period (A.D. 800-1100). Particular focus is set on five polyagentive assemblages; the triadic causeways and the aligned causeways of Ichmul; and the beads-on-a-string causeways, the non-aligned causeway and the unfinished causeway of Yo'okop. A local approach is used and it is shown that the material nodes around Ichmul evolved very differently compared to the ones at Yo'okop. Rather than seeing the causeways as cultural reflections of either centralization, social organization, cosmological maps or ceremonial avenues as humanocentric archaeology has done (and thus limiting their studies to the past), the polyagentive analyzes see them as de-cultured actualized polyagents that have initiated, and still initiate, tendencies in their vicinity.
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  • Normark, Johan, 1969 (författare)
  • Water as a hyperfact
  • 2014
  • Ingår i: Current Swedish Archaeology. - 1102-7355. ; 22, s. 183-206
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)
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