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The Routledge Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous-Colonial Interaction in the Americas

Edited by: Lee M. Panich , Sara L. Gonzalez

Print publication date:  July  2021
Online publication date:  July  2021

Print ISBN: 9780367222826
eBook ISBN: 9780429274251
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780429274251
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The Routledge Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous-Colonial Interaction in the Americas brings together scholars from across the hemisphere to examine how archaeology can highlight the myriad ways that Indigenous people have negotiated colonial systems from the fifteenth century through to today.

The contributions offer a comprehensive look at where the archaeology of colonialism has been and where it is heading. Geographically diverse case studies highlight longstanding theoretical and methodological issues as well as emerging topics in the field. The organization of chapters by key issues and topics, rather than by geography, fosters exploration of the commonalities and contrasts between historical contingencies and scholarly interpretations. Throughout the volume, Indigenous and non-Indigenous contributors grapple with the continued colonial nature of archaeology and highlight Native perspectives on the potential of using archaeology to remember and tell colonial histories.

This volume is the ideal starting point for students interested in how archaeology can illuminate Indigenous agency in colonial settings. Professionals, including academic and cultural resource management archaeologists, will find it a convenient reference for a range of topics related to the archaeology of colonialism in the Americas.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Situating Archaeological Approaches to Indigenous-Colonial Interaction in the Americas Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Deep Histories and the Archaeology of Colonialism Download PDF
Chapter  3:  A Double Coloniality Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Colonialism and Indigenous Population Decline in the Americas Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Climate and Colonialism in the Americas Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Colonialism and Historical Ecology Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Interpreting Documentary and Archaeological Evidence Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Theorizing Indigenous-Colonial Interactions in the Americas Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Pathways to Persistence Download PDF
Chapter  10:  African-Indigenous Interactions in Colonial America Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Indigenous Negotiations of Missionization and Religious Conversion Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Labor and Natural Resource Extraction in Spanish Colonial Contexts Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Objects of Change? Revisiting Native Material Culture and Technological Traditions in the Post–1492 Americas Download PDF
Chapter  14:  The Archaeology of Conquest and Accommodation Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Social Networks and Colonial Adaptation in the Caribbean Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Indigenous Persistence in the Face of Imperialism Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Reconceptualizing the Wichita Middle Ground in the Southern Plains Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Indios BÁrbaros Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Indigenous Agency and Limits to the Colonial Order in South America Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Landscapes of Strategic Mobility in Central America Download PDF
Chapter  21:  The Adorned Body in French Colonial Louisiana Download PDF
Chapter  22:  “Politics of Regard” and the Meaning of Things Download PDF
Chapter  23:  From Hybridity to Relationality Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Battling the Alamo Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Lived Heritage of Colonialism at Tahcabo, YucatÁn, MÉxico Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Monumentalizing Nipmuc Heritage And Emplacing Indigenous Presence Download PDF
Chapter  27:  In Small Islands Forgotten Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Unsettling the Archaeology of Reservations Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Survivance Storytelling in Archaeology Download PDF
Chapter  30:  The Hoofed Clan Story and Storywork Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Indigenous Archaeological Approaches and the Refusal of Colonialism in Archaeology Download PDF
Chapter  32:  The Limits of Repatriation’s Decolonizing Abilities Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Changing Museum Narratives Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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