Is there uniquely Andean postcolonial theory, and is it relevant for historical archaeologists?
Author(s): Ross Jamieson
As postcolonial theory has permeated historical archaeology, it could be said that it has become more and more watered down from its South Asian routes. Historians recognize scholars such as Jorge Basadre and José Carlos Mariátegui as having given voice to a uniquely Andean form of postcolonial inquiry. Does this have relevance for the practice of historical archaeology in the Andes? Or for historical archaeology more broadly?
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- Las preguntas que cuentan: Ideas and interpretations in Latin American Historical Archaeology •
- Society for Historical Archaeology 2014
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Is there uniquely Andean postcolonial theory, and is it relevant for historical archaeologists?. Ross Jamieson. Presented at Society for Historical Archaeology, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. 2014 ( tDAR id: 436852)