Bridging the Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology by Caroline Phillips,Harry Allen

By Caroline Phillips,Harry Allen

The accumulated essays during this quantity handle modern concerns in regards to the courting among Indigenous teams and archaeologists, together with the demanding situations of discussion, colonialism, the problems of operating inside legislative and institutional frameworks, and NAGPRA and comparable laws. The disciplines of archaeology and cultural history administration are foreign in scope and plenty of international locations proceed to event the effect of colonialism. according to those universal stories, either archaeology and indigenous political hobbies contain overseas networks in which details fast strikes world wide. This quantity displays those dynamic dialectics among the previous and the current and among the foreign and the neighborhood, demonstrating that archaeology is a historic technology continually associated with modern cultural concerns.

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