Complex Journeys: The Repatriation Experience and Tribal-Museum Relations
Author(s): Susan Benton
Tribes and museums have experienced a paradigm shift in their relationships during the twenty-five years of the NAGPRA era. The experiences of each group have been multi-faceted and complex, driven by new legal mandates and opportunities and shaped by differing viewpoints as to what must, should, and could emerge from the repatriation journey. This paper will explore some of the assumptions, experiences, and future expectations that NAGPRA has engendered in various tribal and museum representatives who have, by choice or obligation, participated in this journey.
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Complex Journeys: The Repatriation Experience and Tribal-Museum Relations. Susan Benton. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida. 2016 ( tDAR id: 404084)
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