Unmasking Ideology in Imperial and Colonial Archaeology

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Unmasking Ideology in Imperial and Colonial Archaeology
Author : Bonnie Effros
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Publisher : Ideas, Debates, and Perspectiv
Language : English
Release Date : 09 February 2023
ISBN : 1938770137
Pages : 400 pages
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Introduction: the global reach of imperial and colonial archaeology / Bonnie Effros and Guolong Lai -- Part I. Defining approaches to imperial and colonial archaeology -- Archaeology and imperialism: from nineteenth-century new imperialism to twentieth-century decolonization / Margarita Diaz-Andreu -- German archaeology in occupied Europe during World War II: a case of colonial archaeology? / Hubert Fehr -- Part II. Colonialism and nationalism -- Problematizing the encylopedic museum: the Benin bronzes and ivories in historical context / Neil Brodie -- Digging up China: imperialism, nationalism, and regionalism in the Yinxu excavation, 1928-1937 / Guolong Lai -- They have not changed in 2,500 years: art, archaeology and modernity in Iran / Talinn Grigor -- Part III. Indigenous voices -- Colonialist archaeology in the American Southwest / Chip Colwell -- The history of archaeology through the eyes of Egyptians / Wendy Doyon -- Indigenous voices at the margins: nuancing the history of French colonial archaeology in Algeria, 1830-1870 / Bonnie Effros -- Critiquing the discovery narrative of Lady Mungo / Ann McGrath -- Part IV. Archaeology, art, and exoticism -- In the shadow zone of imperial politics: archaeological research in Buryatia from the late nineteenth century to the 1940s / Ursula Brosseder -- Imperial archaeology or an archaeology of exoticism? Victor Segalen's expeditions in early twentieth-century China / Jian Xu -- Four German art historians in Republican China / Lothar von Falkenhausen -- Part V. Colonial and post-colonial legacies -- French archaeology and history in the colonial Maghreb: inheritance, presence, and absence / Matthew McCarty -- The colonial origins of myth and national identity in Uganda / Peter R. Schmidt -- Japanese colonial archaeology in Korea and its legacy / Yangjin Pak -- The cloth of colonization: Peruvian tapestries in the Andes and in foreign museums / Maya Stanfield-Mazzi

Unmasking Ideology in Imperial and Colonial Archaeology

Introduction: the global reach of imperial and colonial archaeology / Bonnie Effros and Guolong Lai -- Part I. Defining approaches to imperial and colonial archaeology -- Archaeology and imperialism: from nineteenth-century new imperialism to twentieth-century decolonization / Margarita Diaz-Andreu -- German archaeology in occupied Europe during World War II: a case of

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