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Titel: Cross-Cultural Collaboration: Native Peoples...
Verlag: University of Nebraska Press
Einband: Soft cover
Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Foreword - Joe WatkinsIntroduction - Jordan E. KerberMapPart One: Collaboration and Regulatory Compliance: Burials and Repatriation1. Making a Final Resting Place Final: A History of the Repatriation Experience of the Haudenosaunee - Richard W. Hill Sr.; 2. Tradition, Sovereignty, Recognition: NAGPRA Consultations with the Iroquois Confederacy of Sovereign Nations of New York - Nina M. Versaggi; 3. Consulting with the Bone Keepers: NAGPRA Consultations and Archaeological Monitoring in the Wampanoag Territory - Ramona L. Peters; 4. Collaboration between Archaeologists and Native Americans in Massachusetts: Preservation, Archaeology, and Native American Concerns in Balance - Brona G. Simon; 5. "The 368 Years' War": The Conditions of Discourse in Narragansett Country - John B. Brown III and Paul A. Robinson; 6. Ancient Burial Grounds on Monument Road: Abenaki and Archaeologist Efforts to Find a Solution in Vermont - Deborah E. Blom, James B. Petersen, and Frederick Wiseman; 7. Working with the Abenaki in New Hampshire: The Education of an Archaeologist - Robert G. Goodby; 8. Forging New Partnerships: Archaeologists and the Native People of Maryland - Richard B. Hughes and Dixie L. HenryPart Two: Collaboration and Regulatory Compliance: Sites and Places9. Highway Archaeology in Western New York: Archaeologists' Views of Cooperation between State and Tribal Review Agencies - Robert L. Dean and Douglas J. Perrelli; 10. Green Mountain Stewardship: One Landscape, Multiple Histories - David M. Lacy and Donna Roberts Moody; 11. The Past Is Present: CRM Archaeology on Martha's Vineyard - Holly Herbster and Suzanne Cherau; 12. Tribal Consultation in Pennsylvania: A Personal View from within the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation - Ira Beckerman; 13. Working Together: Developing Partnerships with American Indians in New Jersey and Delaware - Cara Lee Blume; 14. Native American Collaboration in the Delmarva: New Meanings and an Expanded Approach to Delaware Archaeology - Michael D. Petraglia and Kevin CunninghamPart Three: Voluntary Collaboration: Research and Education15. Case Studies in Collaborative Archaeology: The Oneida Indian Nation of New York and Colgate University - Jordan E. Kerber; 16. Research and Dialogue: New Vision Archaeology in the Cayuga Heartland of Central New York - Jack Rossen; 17. Indigenous Archaeology in Southern New England: Case Studies from the Mashantucket Pequot Reservation - Brian D. Jones and Kevin A. McBride; 18. From the Ground Up: The Effects of Consultation on Archaeological Methods - Elizabeth S. Chilton; 19. Constructing Alliances along the Northern Border: Consultations with Mi'kmaq and Maliseet Nations - Bernard Jerome and David E. Putnam; 20. Passamaquoddy Homeland and Language: The Importance of Place - David Sanger, Micah A. Pawling, and Donald G. Soctomah. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_new_0803278179
Inhaltsangabe: Cross-Cultural Collaboration is an anthology of essays on Native American involvement in archaeology in the northeastern United States and on the changing relationship between archaeologists and tribes in the region. The contributors examine the process and the details of collaborative case studies, ranging from consultation in compliance with federal, state, and local legislation and regulations (including the National Historic Preservation Act and the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act) to voluntary cooperation involving education, research, and museum-related projects. They also discuss the ethical, theoretical, and practical importance of collaboration; the benefits and the pitfalls of such efforts; ways the process might be improved; and steps to achieve effective collaboration.
Cross-Cultural Collaboration is distinctive in its extensive regional coverage of the topic and its strong representation of Native American voices from the Northeast. It also provides a comparative framework for addressing and evaluating an increasing number of collaborative case studies elsewhere.
Über den Autor: Jordan E. Kerber is an associate professor of anthropology and Native American studies at Colgate University. He is the author of Lambert Farm: Public Archaeology and Canine Burials along Narragansett Bay and the editor of A Lasting Impression: Coastal, Lithic, and Ceramic Research in New England Archaeology, among other books.
The contributors include Ira Beckerman, Deborah E. Blom, Cara Lee Blume, John B. Brown III, Suzanne Cherau, Elizabeth S. Chilton, Kevin Cunningham, Robert L. Dean, Robert G. Goodby, Dixie L. Henry, Holly Herbster, Richard W. Hill Sr., Richard B. Hughes, Bernard Jerome, Brian D. Jones, Jordan E. Kerber, David M. Lacy, Kevin A. McBride, Donna Roberts Moody, Micah A. Pawling, Douglas J. Perrelli, Ramona L. Peters, James B. Petersen, Michael D. Petraglia, David E. Putnam, Paul A. Robinson, Jack Rossen, David Sanger, Brona G. Simon, Donald G. Soctomah, Nina M. Versaggi, Joe Watkins, and Frederick Wiseman.
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