Archaeology and the Postcolonial Critique, by Liebmann, Matthew; Rizvi, Uzma Z.; Borgstede, Greg; Cipolla, Craig N.; Gullapalli, Praveena; Liebmann, Matthew; Lilley, Ian; Pagán Jiménez, Jaime R.; Patterson, Thomas C.; Preucel, Robert W.; Ramos, Reniel Rodriguez; Scham, Sandra; Seneviratne, Sudharshan
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- ISBN: 9780759110052 | 0759110050
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 9/16/2010
In recent years, postcolonial theories have emerged as one of the significant paradigms of contemporary academia, affecting disciplines throughout the humanities and social sciences. These theories address the complex processes if colonialism on culture and society--with repect to both the colonizers and the colonized--to help us understand the colonial experience in its entirety. The contributors to Archaeology and the Postcolonial Critique present critical syntheses of archaeological and postcolonial studies by examining both Old and New World case studies, and they ask what the ultimate effect of postcolonial theorizing will be on the practice of archaeology in the twenty-first century.