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by Sarah Carr-Locke

Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Author: Sarah Carr-Locke
ISBN: 3639044878
ISBN13: 978-3639044874
Language: English
Publisher: VDM Verlag (October 14, 2008)
Pages: 100
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Sharing the Past: Aboriginal Community-Based Archaeology in Canada (.

Sharing the Past: Aboriginal Community-Based Archaeology in Canada (. by Sarah E Carr-Locke. More Info: University of Northern British Columbia. Publication Date: 2005.

sarah [email protected] I followed this interest up at the University of Northern British Columbia with an MA thesis entitled Sharing the Past: Community-Based Archaeology and Aboriginal People in Canada

sarah [email protected] I followed this interest up at the University of Northern British Columbia with an MA thesis entitled Sharing the Past: Community-Based Archaeology and Aboriginal People in Canada. From 2006-2010, I had the privilege of working at the University of British Columbia’s Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, where I witnessed various collaborative projects between Canadian and international Indigenous peoples and their heritage in a museum context.

Canada: A People's History chronicles the human drama that is Canada's journey from past to present. Diaries, letters and archival documents tell the stories of those who shaped this country, in their own words.

Using Ethnographic Methods to Articulate Community-Based Conceptions of. .

Using Ethnographic Methods to Articulate Community-Based Conceptions of Cultural Heritage Management. Public Archaeology, Vol. 8, Issue. Philosophy of Science 5:89–102. Archaeology Press, Burnaby, BC. Nicholas, George . and Andrews, Thomas D. 1997b On the Edge.

In Canada, the term Indigenous peoples (or Aboriginal peoples) refers to First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples. Indigenous peoples, both historical and contemporary, in North America can be divided into 10 cultural areas. These are the original inhabitants of the land that is now Canada. In the 2016 Census (Statistics Canada), over . million people in Canada identified as Indigenous, making up . per cent of the national population.

Indigenous Australians were dynamic and highly adaptable. Visions of the past: The archaeology of Australian Aboriginal rock art. M Morwood. Standards manual for archaeological practice in Aboriginal heritage management.

Sarah Carr-Locke MA Interdisciplinary Studies Supervisor: Dr. Richard Lazenby Thesis topic: Sharing the Past: Aboriginal People and Community-based Archaeology in Canada. Michael Brisbois MA Interdisciplinary Studies Supervisor: Dr. Stan Beeler Thesis topic: Where the Shadows Lie: Nature, Modernity and the Audience of Middle-earth.

Anne Ross, University of Queensland Archaeology In Oceania, (1) April 2004).

This volume is important, not just for archaeology and archaeologists, but also for Aboriginal peoples and the politics of their current situation with regard to connection to country. This book breaks the cycle of division between history and archaeology. Anne Ross, University of Queensland Archaeology In Oceania, (1) April 2004). These papers contribute significantly to Australia's archaeology and history.

Archaeology from Space. How the Future Shapes Our Past. Sarah Parcak is a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, CEO of Globalxplorer, and Director of the Joint Mission to Lisht (Egypt)

Archaeology from Space. Sarah Parcak is a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, CEO of Globalxplorer, and Director of the Joint Mission to Lisht (Egypt). Her remote sensing work has been the focus of three BBC specials covering Egypt, ancient Rome, and the Vikings. She is a Fellow in the Society of Antiquaries, a 2014 TED Senior Fellow, the winner of the 2016 TED Prize, and a National Geographic Fellow.

The history of Canada's Aboriginal peoples after European contact is a hotly debated area of study. In Aboriginal People and Colonizers of Western Canada to 1900, Sarah Carter looks at the cultural, political, and economic issues of this contested history, focusing on the western interior, or what would later become Canada's prairie provinces. This wide-ranging survey draws The history of Canada's Aboriginal peoples after European contact is a hotly debated area of study

This book is about the relationship between Aboriginal People and archaeology in Canada. Aboriginal involvement in Canadian archaeology has been limited by the failure of archaeology to include Aboriginal interests within its research agenda. This failure has been due in part to a colonial bias embedded in the discipline. Many academic disciplines have begun to assess the value of research done "on" Indigenous communities and have suggested ways that research can be done "by" and "for" these communities with benefits to both the academic and social causes. Community-based methods have been and are being used in Canada, yet without much formal discussion or sense of shared goals. This thesis suggests that the problem of limited Aboriginal involvement in archaeological undertakings can be addressed by applying community-based methods to archaeology. These types of projects also bring many added benefits to both archaeology and Aboriginal communities as a whole. The examination of community-based archaeology in Canada in this thesis is done through theorizing, examining practical examples and presenting common themes.
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