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Indigenous archaeologies decolonizing theory and practice

Indigenous archaeologies [electronic resource] : decolonizing theory and practice / edited by Claire Smith and H. Martin Wobst.
0415309654 (hbk. : alk. paper)
0203215052 (electronic book)
London ; New York : Routledge, 2005.
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xxii, 408 p. : ill., maps.
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Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2013. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
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One world archaeology ; 47.
One world archaeology ; 47
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Decolonizing archaeological theory and practice
Power to the (indigenous) past and present! : or, the theory and method behind archaeological theory and method
Indigenous worldviews and ways of knowing as theoretical and methodological foundations for archaeological research
Developing an aboriginal archaeology : receiving gifts from White Buffalo Calf Woman
Earthshapers and placemakers : Algonkian Indian stories and the landscape
The persistence of memory, the politics of desire : archaeological impacts on aboriginal peoples and their response
You write it down and bring it back, that's what we want : revisiting the 1948 removal of human remains from Kunbarlanja (Oenpelli), Australia
Letters from the field : reflections on the nineteenth-century archaeology of Harlan I. Smith in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada
Reclaiming the ancient one : addressing the conflicts between American Indians and archaeologists over protection of cultural places
The politics of American archaeology : cultural resources, cultural affiliation and Kennewick
Silencing and sharing of southern African indigenous and embedded knowledge
Aboriginal ecotourism and archaeology in coastal NSW, Australia : Yarrawarra Place Stories Project
Kungun Ngarrindjeri Yunnan : archaeology, colonialism and re-claiming the future
Coming back to country : a conversation at Firewood Creek
Not just black and white : African Americans reclaiming the indigenous past
First, be humble : working with indigenous peoples and other descendant communities
We just have to show you : research ethics blekbalawei
Living and learning on aboriginal lands : decolonizing archaeology in practice
Looking forward - looking back : shaping a shared future
Towards an indigenous research charter
The next step : an archaeology for social justice.
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