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Advocacy and archaeology : urban intersections

Title
Advocacy and archaeology : urban intersections / edited by Kelly M. Britt and Diane F. George.
ISBN
9781800739642
1800739648
9781800739659
Publication
New York ; Oxford : Berghahn, 2023.
Copyright Notice Date
©2023
Physical Description
xxxiii, 219 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Summary
"Archaeologists have a history of being prime agents of change, particularly in advocating for protection and preservation of historical resources. As more social issues intersect with archaeology and historical sites, we see archaeologists and others continuing to advocate for not only historic resources, but for the larger social justice issues that threaten the communities in which these resources reside. Inspired by the idea of revolution and excitement about the ways archaeology is being used in social justice arenas, this volume seeks to visualize archaeology as part of a movement by redefining what archaeology is and does for the greater good"-- Provided by publisher.
Other formats
Online version: Advocacy and archaeology New York ; Oxford : Berghahn Books, 2023
Format
Books
Language
English
Added to Catalog
May 30, 2023
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
List of illustrations
Foreword / Margaret Purser
Preface
Acknowledgments
Chapter 1 PANYC: the why, the then, and the now / Joan H. Geismar
Chapter 2 "Cursed be he that moves my bones": the archaeologist's role in protecting burial sites in urban areas / Elizabeth D. Meade and Douglas Mooney
Chapter 3 Digging truth: archaeology and public imagination in Shockoe Bottom / Ana Edwards and Matthew R. Laird
Chapter 4 Seneca Village interpretations: bringing collaborative historical archaeology and heritage advocacy to the forefront and online / Meredith B. Linn, Nan A. Rothschild, and Diana diZerega Wall
Chapter 5 Right to the city: community-based urban archaeology as abolitionist heritage / Kelly M. Britt
Chapter 6 "Think like a historical archaeologist": moving beyond the primary source document in K-12 education / Elizabeth Martin
Chapter 7 "DIVERS[]S" and the political legacies of an "experience-exhibition" / María Fernanda Ugalde and O. Hugo Benavides
Chapter 8 American apotheosis: confronting exceptionalism in the (re)production of national identity / Diane F. George
Afterword / Christopher N. Matthews
Index.
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