Indigenous archaeologies : a reader on decolonization




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CC79.E85 I628 2010


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"Relationships with indigenous peoples has become a key issue in the practice of archaeology worldwide: Collaborative projects, or projects directed and conducted by indigenous peoples themselves, have become a standard feature of the archaeological landscape, community concerns are routinely addressed, oral histories incorporated into research. This reader of original and reprinted articlesm︣any by indigenous authorsi︣s designed to display the array of writings on this subject from around the globe, many difficult to access in standard academic settings. Cases range from Australia to Arctic Russia, from Africa to North America. Editorial introductions to each section serve to contextualize these works in the intersection of archaeology and indigenous studies. An ideal course text in both subjects." "Margaret M. Bruchac, of Abenaki descent, is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Coordinator of Native American and Indigenous Studies at the University of Connecticut." "Siobhan M. Hart is Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Binghamton University." "H. Martin Wobst is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst"--BOOK JACKET.… (more)


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