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The major challenge of our generation is breaking down global divides, especially as these relate to inequities of wealth, power, and access to knowledge. Related to this is the impact of globalization on cultural diversity. Using the example of the World Archaeological Congress as a case study,...
Until very recently, archaeologists argued that the first people to enter the Western Hemisphere walked across the Bering Land Bridge from Siberia after 13,200 calBP, bringing with them fluted Clovis tools. However, there are many problematic areas of this archaeological story: one being that...
In this article, I build on critiques of the “local” trope in archaeology by suggesting that the scalar dimensions of the “local“ are worth considering in terms of recent thinking on scale in human geography, particularly in the work of Richard Howitt. Employing Howitt’s conception of scale as...
Black feminist theory has been employed in North American historical archaeology, but has not made inroads in other areas of archaeology. This article describes how Black feminist theory may be used to address the sociopolitics of archaeological practice as well as how it may be applied to the...
In this paper, I explore linkages and dis-linkages between academia, Cultural Resource Management, and Tribal Historic Preservation programs. The vast majority of archaeological field work in North America involves recording and interpreting Indigenous material culture, ceremonial sites, sacred...
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