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Agriculture and Pastoralism in the Late Bronze and Iron Age, North West Frontier Province, Pakistan (review)

Agriculture and Pastoralism in the Late Bronze and Iron Age, North West Frontier Province,... book reviews 115 In short, Australian archaeologists are, gen- REFERENCES CITED erally speaking, quite explicit about pro- Harrison, R., J. Mcdonald, and P. Veth moting a left-liberal social justice agenda. in press Archaeology, claimant connection to While I have no doubt that most of sites and native title. Australian Ab- my archaeological colleagues in the United original Studies 2005/1. States are liberals with similar perspectives Lilley, I. on social justice, my observation of them 2000a Professional attitudes to indigenous in formal settings such as the SAA suggests interests in the Native Title era, in Native Title and the Transformation of neither they as individuals nor the organi- Archaeology in the Postcolonial World: zations such as SAA that represent them 99–119, ed. I. Lilley. Sydney: Ocea- seek to advance such matters as assertively nia Monographs. as we do in Australia. Why is that? While I Lilley, I., ed. think the issue ties back to my arguments 2000b Native Title and the Transformation of about visions of nation, it may also come Archaeology in the Postcolonial World. Sydney: Oceania Monographs. down to some more nebulous matter of national ‘‘character’’ or ‘‘temperament’’ that McGuire, R. 2004 Contested pasts: Archaeology and makes Australians http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Perspectives University of Hawai'I Press

Agriculture and Pastoralism in the Late Bronze and Iron Age, North West Frontier Province, Pakistan (review)

Asian Perspectives , Volume 45 (1) – Mar 27, 2006

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book reviews 115 In short, Australian archaeologists are, gen- REFERENCES CITED erally speaking, quite explicit about pro- Harrison, R., J. Mcdonald, and P. Veth moting a left-liberal social justice agenda. in press Archaeology, claimant connection to While I have no doubt that most of sites and native title. Australian Ab- my archaeological colleagues in the United original Studies 2005/1. States are liberals with similar perspectives Lilley, I. on social justice, my observation of them 2000a Professional attitudes to indigenous in formal settings such as the SAA suggests interests in the Native Title era, in Native Title and the Transformation of neither they as individuals nor the organi- Archaeology in the Postcolonial World: zations such as SAA that represent them 99–119, ed. I. Lilley. Sydney: Ocea- seek to advance such matters as assertively nia Monographs. as we do in Australia. Why is that? While I Lilley, I., ed. think the issue ties back to my arguments 2000b Native Title and the Transformation of about visions of nation, it may also come Archaeology in the Postcolonial World. Sydney: Oceania Monographs. down to some more nebulous matter of national ‘‘character’’ or ‘‘temperament’’ that McGuire, R. 2004 Contested pasts: Archaeology and makes Australians

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