Collaboration in Archaeological Practice: Engaging by Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh

By Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh

In Collaboration in Archaeological Practice, admired archaeologists examine their reviews taking part with descendant groups (peoples whose ancestors are the topic of archaeological research). they give philosophical and useful recommendation on how one can increase the perform of archaeology via actively concerning local peoples and different teams in study.

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35 36 MICHAEL ADLER AND SUSAN BRUNING LINKING PRESENT TO PAST: CONTEMPORARY APPLICATIONS OF THE CULTURAL AFFILIATION CONCEPT Any serious understanding of a social group's identity rests in part on interpretations of the group's origins. This means delving into the historical foundations of how the group came to its present location and situation as well as familiarizing oneself with the potentially vast array of material and symbolic evidence that the group refers to in supporting its links to the past.

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