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Western hegemony in archaeological heritage management
(1991). Western hegemony in archaeological heritage management. History and Anthropology: Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 269-276.
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Whiteflies in agricultural systems
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The Ethos of Return: Erasure and Reinstatement of Aboriginal Visibility in the Australian Historical Landscape
Aboriginal efforts to secure the repatriation and reburial of their ancestors’ remains represent an undoing of the colonial project of collection. It is but one element of an ethos of “return” thatExpand
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Surface Collection: Archaeological Travels in Southeast Asia
Part 1 Prologue Chapter 2 Intramuros Chapter 3 Rice growing & Heritage Chapter 4 Traveling in Karangasem Chapter 5 Traces of 1965-66 Chapter 6 Shalimar & Sukarno Chapter 7 Spectral coastline ChapterExpand
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Countermapping: New South Wales and Southeast Asia
Taking Back the Map In the course of the last fifteen years there has been a heightened awareness of the power of maps (e.g., Harley 2001, Monmonier 1991, Wood 1992). Recent critical cartographyExpand
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Counter-mapping : New South Wales & Southeast Asia
Taking Back the Map In the course of the last fifteen years there has been a heightened awareness of the power of maps (e.g., Harley 2001, Monmonier 1991, Wood 1992). Recent critical cartography hasExpand
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A critique of unfeeling heritage
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Heritage as social action
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Deep Nation: Australia's Acquisition of an Indigenous Past
Prehistoric archaeology has done little to debunk the idea of the timeless/traditional Aborigine because the virtual merging of the discourses of archaeology and heritage locked AustralianExpand
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