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Cultural Heritage Management and Indigenous People in the North of Colombia: Back to the Ancestor’s Landscape

Cultural Heritage Management and Indigenous People in the North of Colombia: Back to the Ancestor’s Landscape

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Wilhelm Londoño Díaz
December 01, 2020

Cultural Heritage Management and Indigenous People in the North of Colombia explores indigenous people's struggle for territorial autonomy in an aggressive political environment and the tensions between heritage tourism and Indigenous rights. South American cases where local communities,...

Incorporating Nonbinary Gender into Inuit Archaeology: Oral Testimony and Material Inroads

Incorporating Nonbinary Gender into Inuit Archaeology: Oral Testimony and Material Inroads

1st Edition

Meghan Walley
December 02, 2019

Incorporating Nonbinary Gender into Inuit Archaeology: Oral Testimony and Material Inroads explores gender diversity in precontact Inuit history. By combining evidence from interviews with re-examinations of previously excavated archaeological collections, the book challenges binary narratives and...

Aboriginal Maritime Landscapes in South Australia: The Balance Ground

Aboriginal Maritime Landscapes in South Australia: The Balance Ground

1st Edition

Madeline E. Fowler
July 26, 2019

Aboriginal Maritime Landscapes in South Australia reveals the maritime landscape of a coastal Aboriginal mission, Burgiyana (Point Pearce), in South Australia, based on the experiences of the Narungga community. A collaborative initiative with Narungga peoples and a cross-disciplinary approach...

Memory and Cultural Landscape at the Khami World Heritage Site, Zimbabwe: An Un-inherited Past

Memory and Cultural Landscape at the Khami World Heritage Site, Zimbabwe: An Un-inherited Past

1st Edition

Ashton Sinamai
September 17, 2018

This book focuses on a forgotten place—the Khami World Heritage site in Zimbabwe. It examines how professionally ascribed values and conservation priorities affect the cultural landscape when there is a disjuncture between local community and national interests, and explores the epistemic violence...

Maritime Heritage in Crisis: Indigenous Landscapes and Global Ecological Breakdown

Maritime Heritage in Crisis: Indigenous Landscapes and Global Ecological Breakdown

1st Edition

Richard M. Hutchings
December 07, 2016

Grounded in critical heritage studies and drawing on a Pacific Northwest Coast case study, Maritime Heritage in Crisis explores the causes and consequences of the contemporary destruction of Indigenous heritage sites in maritime settings. Maritime heritage landscapes are undergoing a period of...

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