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  Volume 2, 2009

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

pp. vii-viii

Collaborative Archaeologies

Emerging Consensus and Concerns in Collaborative Archaeological Research

pp. 1-8

Mapping Indigenous Histories: Collaboration, Cultural Heritage, and Conservation in the Amazon

pp. 9-32

(Re)Engaging with the (Un)Known: Collaboration, Indigenous Knowledge, and Reaffirming Aboriginal Identity in the Torres Strait Islands, Northeastern Australia

pp. 33-64

Archaeological Collaboration with American Indians: Case Studies from the Western United States

pp. 65-86

Crafting Collaborative Archaeologies: Two Case Studies from New England

pp. 87-108


The Collaborative Power Struggle

pp. 109-114

Can There Be a Critical Collaborative Ethnography?: Creativity and Activism in the Seventh Ward, New Orleans

pp. 115-146

"Talk to the People on the Streets, NOT the People in the Suites": Reflections on Collaborations with "Mr. Black"

pp. 147-176

Like a Mountain: Performing Collaborative Research with Youth in Rural Appalachia

pp. 177-212

Book Reviews

Improvising Theory: Process and Temporality in Ethnographic Fieldwork (review)

pp. 213-217

The Meskwaki and Anthropologists: Action Anthropology Reconsidered (review)

pp. 217-221

Archaeology Matters: Action Archaeology in the Modern World (review)

pp. 221-224

Abalone Tales: Collaborative Explorations of Sovereignty and Identity in Native California, and: Anthropology Put to Work (review)

pp. 224-228

Handbook of Critical and Indigenous Methodologies (review)

pp. 228-232

Mediating Knowledges: Origins of a Zuni Tribal Museum (review)

pp. 232-237

Research Areas


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