Negotiating Heritage Through Education and Archaeology

"Combining years of ethnographic research with British imperial archival sources, this book reveals how cultural heritage has been negotiated by colonial, independent state, and community actors in Belize from the late nineteenth century to ...

Author: Alicia Ebbitt McGill

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780813066974

Category:

Page: 278

View: 812

Combining years of ethnographic research with British imperial archival sources, this book reveals how cultural heritage has been negotiated by colonial, independent state, and community actors in Belize from the late nineteenth century to the present.

Negotiating Place and Space through Digital Literacies

David L. Bruce is Associate Professor of English Education in the Department of Learning and Instruction at the University of Buffalo. His research and teaching ... Rosanne Bruinsma is an archaeologist specializing in heritage theory.

Author: Damiana G. Pyles

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 1641134852

Category: Education

Page: 333

View: 817

Digital literacy practices have often been celebrated as means of transcending the constraints of the physical world through the production of new social spaces. At the same time, literacy researchers and educators are coming to understand all the ways that place matters. This volume, with contributors from across the globe, considers how space/place, identities, and the role of digital literacies create opportunities for individuals and communities to negotiate living, being, and learning together with and through digital media. The chapters in this volume consider how social, cultural, historical, and political literacies are brought to bear on a range of places that traverse the urban, rural, and suburban/exurban, with emphasis placed on the ways digital technology is used to create identities and do work within social, digital, and material worlds. This includes agentive work in digital literacies from a variety of identities or subjectivities that disrupt metronormativity, urban centrism (and other -isms) on the way to more authentic engagement with their communities and others. Featuring instances of research and practice across intersections of differences (including, but not limited to race, class, gender, sexuality, ability, and language) and places, the contributions in this volume demonstrate the ways that digital literacies hold educative potential.

Being and Becoming Indigenous Archaeologists

Allen, J. 1972 The First Decade in New Guinea Archaeology. Antiquity 46: 180¥190. Bedford, S., and M. G. Leavesley 2004 Distance Education in the South-West Pacific: Cultural Heritage Training 2001¥2003. Report presented to the Sasakawa ...

Author: George Nicholas

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1315433117

Category: Social Science

Page: 350

View: 590

What does being an archaeologist mean to Indigenous persons? How and why do some become archaeologists? What has led them down a path to what some in their communities have labeled a colonialist venture? What were are the challenges they have faced, and the motivations that have allowed them to succeed? How have they managed to balance traditional values and worldview with Western modes of inquiry? And how are their contributions broadening the scope of archaeology? Indigenous archaeologists have the often awkward role of trying to serves as spokespeople both for their home community and for the scientific community of archaeologists. This volume tells the stories—in their own words-- of 37 indigenous archaeologists from six continents, how they became archaeologists, and how their dual role affects their relationships with their community and their professional colleagues. Sponsored by the World Archaeological Congress

Sensitive Pasts

'Negotiating Historical Distance: Or, How to Deal with the Past as a Foreign Country in Heritage Education', ... 'On Pastness: a Reconsideration of Materiality in Archaeological Object Authenticity', Anthropological Quarterly 86, ...

Author: Carla van Boxtel

Publisher: Berghahn Books

ISBN: 1785333054

Category: History

Page: 306

View: 594

Heritage, as an area of research and learning, often deals with difficult historical questions, due to the strong emotions and political commitments that are often at stake. In this, it poses particular challenges for teachers, museum educators and the publics they serve. Guided by a shared focus on these “sensitive pasts,” the contributors to this volume draw on new theoretical and empirical research to provide valuable insights into heritage pedagogy. Together they demonstrate the potential of heritage as a historical-educational domain that transcends myopic patriotism, parochialism and simplistic relativism, helping to enhance critical and sophisticated historical thinking.

Landscapes of Difficult Heritage

Negotiating Authentic Objects and Authentic Selves: Beyond the Deconstruction of Authenticity. Journal of Material Culture 15 (2): ... Unlocking Essences and Exploring Networks: Experiencing Authenticity in Heritage Education Settings.

Author: Gustav Wollentz

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030571254

Category: Social Science

Page: 297

View: 651

This book studies how people negotiate difficult heritage within their everyday lives, focusing on memory, belonging, and identity. The starting point for the examination is that temporalities lie at the core of understanding this negotiation and that the connection between temporalities and difficult heritage remains poorly understood and theorized in previous research. In order to fully explore the temporalities of difficult heritage, the book investigates places in which the incident of violence originated within different time periods. It examines one example of modern violence (Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina), one example of where the associated incident occurred during medieval times (the Gazimestan monument in Kosovo), and one example of prehistoric violence (Sandby borg in Sweden). The book presents new theoretical perspectives andprovides suggestions for developing sites of difficult heritage, and will thus be relevant for academic researchers, students, and heritage professionals.

Heritage Museums and Galleries

Nørskov , V. ( 2002 ) ' Archaeology and education in Kenya : the present and the future ' , in Brodie , N. and Tubb ... ( 2002 ) Negotiating the future of the underwater cultural heritage ' , in Brodie , N. and Tubb , K.W. ( eds ) ...

Author: Gerard Corsane

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415289467

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 392

View: 152

This reader provides a starting point and introductory resource for anyone wishing to engage with certain key issues relating to the heritage, museums and galleries sector.

International Law and the Protection of Cultural Heritage

Article 21 therefore requires States to 'co-operate in the provision of training in underwater archaeology, in ... negotiating draft provided that; '[e]ach State Party shall endeavour by educational means to create and develop in the ...

Author: Craig Forrest

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0415467810

Category: Law

Page: 458

View: 768

The world’s cultural heritage is under threat from war, illicit trafficking, social and economic upheaval, unregulated excavation and neglect. Over a period of almost fifty years, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation has adopted five international conventions that attempt to protect this cultural heritage. This book comprehensively and critically considers these five UNESCO cultural heritage conventions. The book looks at the conventions in the context of recent events that have exposed the dangers faced by cultural heritage, including the destruction of cultural heritage sites in Iraq and the looting of the Baghdad museum, the destruction the Buddhas of Bamiyan in Afghanistan, the salvage of artefacts from the RMS Titanic and the illicit excavation and trade in Chinese, Peruvian and Italian archaeological objects. As the only existing work to consider all five of the cultural heritage conventions adopted by UNESCO, the book acts as an introduction to this growing area of international law. However, the book does not merely describe the conventional principles and rules, but, critically evaluates the extent to which these international law principles and rules provide an effective and coherent international law framework for the protection of cultural heritage. It is suitable not only for those schooled in the law, but also for those who work with cultural heritage in all its manifestations seeking a broad but critical consideration of this important area of international law.

IKUWA6 Shared Heritage Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress for Underwater Archaeology

Reference to the underwater cultural heritage was added to the revised European Convention on the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage, Valletta 1992.3 DJB Figure 3. Honor Frost (right) portrayed with Elena Flavia Castagnino ...

Author: Jennifer A. Rodrigues

Publisher: Archaeopress Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1784916439

Category: Social Science

Page: 698

View: 369

Celebrating the theme ‘Shared heritage’, this volume presents the peer-reviewed proceedings from IKUWA6 (the 6th International Congress for Underwater Archaeology, Fremantle 2016). Papers offer a stimulating diversity of themes and niche topics of value to maritime archaeology practitioners, researchers, students, museum professionals and more.

Pacific Island Heritage

Conclusion Despite the anticipated problems outlined above, I am confident that solutions can be found in better and more formal negotiations about archaeological projects, which will help to identify and resolve internal village ...

Author: Jolie Liston

Publisher: ANU E Press

ISBN: 1921862483

Category: Social Science

Page: 204

View: 719

"This volume emerges from a ground-breaking conference held in the Republic of Palau on cultural heritage in the Pacific. It includes bold investigations of the role of cultural heritage in identity-making, and the ways in which community engagement informs heritage management practices. This is the first broad and detailed investigation of the unique and irreplaceable cultural heritage of the Pacific from a heritage management perspective. It identifies new trends in research and assesses relationships between archaeologists, heritage managers and local communities. The methods which emerge from these relationships will be critical to the effective management of heritage sites in the 21st century. A wonderful book which emerges from an extraordinary conference. Essential reading for cultural heritage managers, archaeologists and others with an interest in caring for the unique cultural heritage of the Pacific Islands".

Transforming Archaeology

forces external to archaeology, ARM projects generally involve complex, dynamically negotiated entanglements of archaeological ... Lipe's model includes disciplinary obligations to pursue conservation through (a) public education, ...

Author: Sonya Atalay

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1315416514

Category: Social Science

Page: 266

View: 200

Archaeology for whom? The dozen well-known contributors to this innovative volume suggest nothing less than a transformation of the discipline into a service-oriented, community-based endeavor. They wish to replace the primacy of meeting academic demands with meeting the needs and values of those outside the field who may benefit most from our work. They insist that we employ both rigorous scientific methods and an equally rigorous critique of those practices to ensure that our work addresses real-world social, environmental, and political problems. A transformed archaeology requires both personal engagement and a new toolkit. Thus, in addition to the theoretical grounding and case materials from around the world, each contributor offers a personal statement of their goals and an outline of collaborative methods that can be adopted by other archaeologists.