"I don’t know all of these stories": Method and Intention in Community-Oriented Research and Heritage Projects
Author(s): Teresa Raczek
Scholars who conduct engaged and collaborative research and heritage projects often warn against treating participants as homogeneous communities who speak with a unified voice. Gender provides a useful lens to combat this tendency and to create a reflexive, action-oriented archaeology. This paper will discuss the role of gender, intersectionality, and intersubjectivity in method and intention in archaeological practices. Current projects in Georgia, USA and Rajasthan, India will be used to highlight the ways that gender, along with other representations of the self, plays a role in researcher-stakeholder interpersonal field dynamics as well as the construction of narratives about the past.
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"I don’t know all of these stories": Method and Intention in Community-Oriented Research and Heritage Projects. Teresa Raczek. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida. 2016 ( tDAR id: 403625)
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