Archaeology, diaspora and decolonization

Lilley, Ian (2010). Archaeology, diaspora and decolonization. In Margaret M. Bruchac, Siobhan M. Hart and H. Martin Wobst (Ed.), Indigenous archaeologies: A reader in decolonization Reprint edition ed. (pp. 86-91) Walnet Creek, CA, U.S.A.: Left Coast Press.

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Author Lilley, Ian
Title of chapter Archaeology, diaspora and decolonization
Title of book Indigenous archaeologies: A reader in decolonization
Place of Publication Walnet Creek, CA, U.S.A.
Publisher Left Coast Press
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Series Archaeology and indigenous peoples series
Edition Reprint edition
ISBN 9781598743739
Editor Margaret M. Bruchac
Siobhan M. Hart
H. Martin Wobst
Chapter number 10
Start page 86
End page 91
Total pages 6
Total chapters 51
Collection year 2011
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Archaeologists in settler societies need to find theoretically well-founded ways of understanding the sociopolitical milieux in which they work if they are to deal sensibly and sensitively with the colonizers as well as the colonized in their communities. This article explores one avenue that the author has found helpful in a number of contexts. He advances the proposition that, with certain qualifications, the social conditions of settler nations might usefully be approached as the products of a single social condition - diaspora - in a manifestation that is unique to such societies because it positions indigenous peoples as well as settlers as diasporic.
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