Is Archaeology Political? Transformative Praxis within and against the Boundaries of Archaeology
Visiting Associate Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University and Associate Professor of Anthropology at Hofstra University. His research is in American historical archaeology with a special emphasis on the archaeology of slavery freedom, and capitalism and the public meanings of archaeology. He has published one book, An Archaeology of History and Tradition, as well as several articles that have appeared in Historical Archaeology, Journal of Social Archaeology, and Archaeologies.
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Christopher N. Matthews; Is Archaeology Political? Transformative Praxis within and against the Boundaries of Archaeology. The Public Historian 1 May 2009; 31 (2): 79–90. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/tph.2009.31.2.79
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