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Collaborating at the trowel's edge teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology

Stephen W Silliman 1971-

Tucson University of Arizona Press c2008

Localização: MAE - Museu Arqueologia e Etnologia    (E71 CO697 )(Acessar)

  • Título:
    Collaborating at the trowel's edge teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology
  • Autor: Stephen W Silliman 1971-
  • Assuntos: Indians of North America -- Antiquities; Indians of North America -- Study and teaching; Ethnoarchaeology -- Fieldwork; Ethnoarchaeology -- Research; Ethnoarchaeology -- Study and teaching; ÍNDIOS (ARQUEOLOGIA) -- AMÉRICA DO NORTE; ÍNDIOS (ESTUDO E ENSINO) -- AMÉRICA DO NORTE; ETNOARQUEOLOGIA
  • Notas: Includes bibliographical references (p. [251]-291) and index
  • Descrição: Collaborative indigenous archaeology : troweling at the edges, eyeing the center / Stephen W. Silliman -- Field schools without trowels : teaching archaeological ethics and heritage preservation in a collaborative context / Barbara J. Mills ... [et al.] -- The tribe and the trowel : an indigenous archaeology and the Mohegan archaeological field school / Jeffrey C. Bendremer and Elaine L. Thomas -- Working on pasts for futures : eastern Pequot field school archaeology in Connecticut / Stephen W. Silliman and Katherine H. Sebastian Dring -- Summer workshops in indigenous archaeology : voluntary collaboration between Colgate University and the Oneida Indian Nation of New York / Jordan E. Kerber -- Field school archaeology, activism, and politics in the Cayuga homeland of central New York / Jack Rossen -- Pedagogy of decolonization : advancing archaeological practice through education / Sonya Atalay -- Building pathways between Zuni and Mashantucket Pequot country / Russell G. Handsman and Kevin A. McBride -- A critical change in pedagogy : indigenous cultural resource management / Andrea A. Hunter -- 'Íhoosh'aah, learning by doing : the Navajo nation archeology department student training program / Davina R. Two Bears -- Collaborative research programs : implications for the practice of North American archaeology / Kent G. Lightfoot -- Melding science and community values : indigenous archaeology programs and the negotiation of cultural differences / George P. Nicholas
  • Títulos relacionados: Série:Amerind studies in archaeology v.2
  • Editor: Tucson University of Arizona Press
  • Data de publicação: c2008
  • Formato: xiii, 305 p. ill., maps 24 cm..
  • Idioma: Inglês

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