Readership: Scholars and students interested in archaeology, anthropology, and history, particularly in relation to European colonization.
Edited by Neal Ferris, Lawson Chair of Canadian Archaeology, University of Western Ontario, Rodney Harrison, Reader in Archaeology, Heritage and Museum Studies, University College London, and Michael V. Wilcox, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Stanford University
Neal Ferris is the Lawson Chair of Canadian Archaeology and an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology/Museum of Ontario Archaeology, at the University of Western Ontario.
Rodney Harrison is a Reader in Archaeology, Heritage, and Museum Studies in the Institute
of Archaeology at University College London.
Michael V. Wilcox is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Stanford University.
List of Contributors
Part 1: Ambiguous Definitions and Discordances
1: Rodney Harrison: Shared Histories: Rethinking 'Colonized' and 'Colonizer' in the Archaeology of Colonialism
2: Stephen W. Silliman: Archaeologies of Indigenous Survivance and Residence: Navigating Colonial and Scholarly Dualities
3: Jeff Oliver: Native-Lived Colonialism and the Agency of Life Projects: A View from the Northwest Coast
4: Kurt A. Jordan: Pruning Colonialism: Vantage Point, Local Political Economy, and Cultural Entanglement in the Archaeology of Post-1415 Indigenous Peoples
Part 2: Colonizing and Decolonizing Spaces, Places, Things, and Identities
5: M. Dores Cruz: The Nature of Culture: Sites, Ancestors and Trees in the Archaeology of Southern Mozambique
6: Michael V. Cox: Indigenous Archaeology and the Pueblo Revolt of 1680: Social Mobility and Boundary Maintenance in Colonial Contexts
7: Jun Sunseri: Hiding in Plain Sight: Engineered colonial landscapes and indigenous reinvention on the New Mexican frontier
8: Mark Tveskov and Amie Cohen: Frontier Forts, Ambiguity, and Manifest Destiny: The Changing Role of Fort Lane in the Cultural Landscape of the Oregon Territory, 1853-1929
9: Charles R. Cobb and Stephanie Sapp: Imperial Anxiety and the Dissolution of Colonial Space and Practice at Fort Moore, South Carolina
10: Jane Lydon: Intimacy and Distance: Life on the Australian Aboriginal Mission
11: Diana DiPaolo Loren: Casting Identity: Sumptuous Action and Colonized Bodies in Seventeenth Century New England
12: Rob Mann: Persistent Pots, Durable Kettles, and Colonialist Discourse: Aboriginal Pottery Production in French Colonial Basse
Part 3: Displacement, Hybridity, and Colonizing the Colonial
13: Audrey Horning: Challenging Colonial Equations? The Gaelic Experience in Early Modern Ireland
14: Matthew A. Beaudoin: The Process of Hybridization among the Labrador Métis
15: James A. Delle: Archaeology and the "Tensions of Empire"
16: Mark W. Hauser and Stephan Lenik: Material Practices and Colonial Chronologies in Dominica, Eastern Caribbean
Part 4: Contested Pasts and Contemporary Implications
17: Neal Ferris: Being Iroquoian, Being Iroquois: A Thousand Year Heritage of Becoming
18: Andrew Martindale: Archaeology Taken to Court: Unravelling the Epistemology of Cultural Tradition in the Context of Aboriginal Title Cases
19: Paul J. Lane: Being 'Indigenous' and Being 'Colonized' in Africa: Contrasting Experiences and Their Implications for a Post-Colonial Archaeology
20: Peter R. Schmidt: Deconstructing Archaeologies of African Colonialism: Making and Unmaking the Subaltern
Commentary and Afterword
21: Peter van Dommelen: Commentary: Subaltern Archaeologies
22: Chris Gosden: Commentary: The Archaeology of the Colonized and Global Archaeological Theory
23: Ann B. Stahl: Afterword: Vantage Points in an Archaeology of Colonialism