ANTH5601: Archaeology and Native Americans

3 CreditsRace, Power, and Justice in the United StatesSustainability

Historical, political, legal, and ethical dimensions of the relationship of American archaeology to American Indian people. Case studies of how representational narratives about Native people are created through archaeology; responses by Native communities; and the frameworks for collaborative and equitable archaeological practice. Professional ethics in archaeology/heritage studies in American contexts.

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