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Archaeology and the Postcolonial Critique - Matthew Liebmann

Archaeology and the Postcolonial Critique

By: Matthew Liebmann, Greg Borgstede (Contribution by), Craig N. Cipolla (Contribution by)

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Archaeology and the Postcolonial Critique represents a synthesis of postcolonial archaeological studies from the Old and New Worlds. This volume addresses the processes of postcolonialism in light of new paradigms in contemporary academia that affect the practice of archaeology.

Chapter 1. Introduction: The Intersections of Archaeology and Postcolonial Studies
Chapter 2. A Brief History of Postcolonial Theory and Implications for Archaeology
Chapter 3. Heterogeneous Encounters: Colonial Histories and Archaeological Experiences
Chapter 4. Towards the Liberation of Archaeological Praxis in a "Postcolonial Colony:" The Case of Puerto Rico
Chapter 5. Postcolonial Cultural Affiliation: Essentialism, Hybridity, and NAGPRA
Chapter 6. Notions of Cultural Continuity and Disjunction in Maya Social Movements and Maya Archaeology
Chapter 7. Decolonizing Methodologies as Strategies of Practice: Operationalizing the Postcolonial Critique in the Archaeology of Rajasthan
Chapter 8. Indigenous and Postcolonial Archaeologies
Chapter 9. Archaeology, the World Bank, and Postcolonial Politics
Chapter 10. Disinheriting Heritage: Explorations in the Contentious History of Archaeology in the Middle East
Chapter 11. Situating World Heritage Sites in a Multicultural Society: The Ideology of Presentation at the Sacred City of Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka
Chapter 12. Conclusion: Archaeological Futures and the Postcolonial Critique

ISBN: 9780759112353
ISBN-10: 0759112355
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 274
Published: 7th August 2008