Historical archaeology, contact, and colonialism in Oceania
The archaeology of colonialism can destabilize orthodox historical narratives because of its critical engagement with multiple lines of evidence, revealing ways that different perspectives can complement or contradict what was assumed to be known about the past. In Oceania, archaeology that blends evidence from landscapes, sites, and artifacts with written documents as well as oral traditions reveals the role of indigenous people in shaping colonial encounters across the region over the last...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of Archaeological Research 22.1. (2014): 43-87|
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