This study was the first published in his series that explores the hypothesis that the women-oriented wall paintings in Xeste 3, Akrotiri, Thera (ca. 1600) depicted scenes relating to a woman's transition from adolescence to adulthood.
"The Aegean Landscape and the Body: A New Interpretation of the Thera Frescoes," in N.L. Wicker and B. Arnold eds., From the Ground Up: Beyond Gender Theory in Archaeology. Proceedings of the Fifth Gender and Archaeology Conference, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, October 1998 (British Archaeological Reports - International Series 812, 1999) 11-22.
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