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Title Bridging the divide : indigenous communities and archaeology into the 21st century / editors, Caroline Phillips, Harry Allen, editors.
Imprint Walnut Creek, Calif. : Left Coast Press, 2010.

Series One world archaeology series ; 60
One world archaeology ; 60.
Subject Archaeology -- Social aspects -- Congresses.
Archaeology -- Political aspects -- Congresses.
Ethnoarchaeology -- Congresses.
Cultural property -- Protection -- Congresses.
Indigenous peoples -- Social conditions -- Congresses.
Indigenous peoples -- Politics and government -- Congresses.
Intercultural communication -- Congresses.
Archaeologists -- Congresses.
Alt Name Phillips, Caroline.
Allen, Harry, 1944-
World Archaeological Congress (Organization). Indigenous Inter-Congress (2nd : 2005 : University of Auckland)
Description 1 online resource (290 pages) : illustrations, maps
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Maintaining the dialogue : archaeology, cultural heritage, and indigenous communities / Harry Allen and Caroline Phillips -- "Wake up! Repatriation is not the only indigenous issue in archaeology!" / Joe Watkins -- Agency and archaeological material culture : willing a suspension of disbelief? / Bridget Mosley -- Part of the conversation : archaeology and locality / Alejandro Haber, Wilhelm Londono, Ernestina Mamani, and Laura Roda -- Taino as a romantic term : notes on the representation of the indigenous in Puerto Rican archaeology and ethnohistory / Gabriel de la Luz-Rodriguez -- Defining cultural heritage at Gummingurru, Queensland, Australia / Anne Ross -- Working together? : Maori and archaeologists in Aotearoa/New Zealand today / Caroline Phillips -- The crisis in 21st century archaeological heritage management / Harry Allen -- The indigenous people's views of archaeology in Solomon Islands / Lawrence A. Foana'ota -- Archaeology and indigeneity in Aotearoa/New Zealand : why do Maori not engage with archaeology? / Margaret Rika-Heke -- Indigenous archaeology : a Moriori case study / Maui Solomon and Susan Forbes -- Seeking the end of indigenous archaeology / George P. Nicholas -- Appendix 1. World Archaeological Congress, First Code of Ethics -- Appendix 2. World Archaeological Congress, the Vermillion Accord on Human Remains -- Appendix 3. World Archaeological Congress, the Tamaki Makau-rau Accord on the Display of Human Remains and Sacred Objects -- Appendix 4. The Mataatua Declaration on Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights of Indigenous Peoples -- Appendix 5. What are the relationships between archaeologists, teaching institutions, heritage organisations, and Maori?
Summary The collected essays in this volume address contemporary issues regarding the relationship between Indigenous groups and archaeologists, including the challenges of dialogue, colonialism, the difficulties of working within legislative and institutional frameworks, and NAGPRA and similar legislation. The disciplines of archaeology and cultural heritage management are international in scope and many countries continue to experience the impact of colonialism. In response to these common experiences, both archaeology and indigenous political movements involve international networks through which i.
Note English.
ISBN 9781598746990 (electronic bk.)
1598746995 (electronic bk.)
9781598747010 (electronic bk.)
1598747010 (electronic bk.)
9781598743920 (electronic bk.)
1598743929 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 712992879
Additional Format Print version: Bridging the divide. Walnut Creek, Calif. : Left Coast Press, 2010 9781598743920 (DLC) 2010010039 (OCoLC)466336286

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