Ethnographic Archaeologies: Reflections on Stakeholders and Archaeological Practices

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Quetzil E. Castaņeda, Christopher N. Matthews
Rowman Altamira, 2008 - Social Science - 212 pages
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Ethnographic Archaeologies examines the role of ethnography in public archaeology, offering fresh insights into theories that advocate the engagement of archaeologists and archaeological investigations with the communities that are being studied.
  

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Contents

The Ethnographic Turn in Archaeology Research Positioning and Reflexivity in Ethnographic Archaeologies
25
A Critical Assessment of Ethnography in Archaeology
63
A Dangerously Elusive Method Disciplines Histories and the Limits of Reflexivity
95
The Foundations of Archaeology
119
The Pageantry of Archaeology
139
The Location of Archaeology
157
Real People or Reconstructed People? Ethnocritical Archaeology Ethnography and Community Building
183
Index
205
About the Contributors
211
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About the author (2008)

Quetzil E. Castaņeda is founder and director of the Open School of Ethnography and Anthropology. Christopher N. Matthews is associate professor of anthropology at Hofstra University.

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