2-11-11.Out - B Field Work – Preserve and Protect Sacred...

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Anthro 2AC Read: Ashmore Ch. 2 2/11/11 IV. ARCH. AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY 1. Stewards and Stakeholders Archaeologists as Primary Stewards of the Past? Archaeologists Adopt “Native Voice” 2. Scientific Colonialism (Zimmerman) Archaeology’s Roots as Western Science Treat Native People and Their Material Culture as Study of the “Other” Not Recognized as Legitimate Stakeholders 3. NAGPRA --1990 law ;Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act; A. Museums -- Repatriation; Human Remains, Associated Funerary Objects, Inventories,
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Unformatted text preview: B. Field Work – Preserve and Protect Sacred Sites Permit Process to work on Government Land 4. Perspectives on NAGPRA A. Tribes – Human Rights Legislation B. Archaeologists – Mixed Feelings 5. Collaboration – Ethnocritical Archaeology, Indigenous Archaeology, Collaborative Arch. V. HISTORY OF ARCHAEOLOGY 1. Practice of American Archaeology (1900-1920) A. Roots of Anthropological Archaeology Split from Classical Archaeology, Prehistory as Practiced in Europe B. Study of Native American Societies...
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