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ANTH 479. Community-Based and Indigenous Archaeologies. 3 Credits.

Over the last three decades, archaeologists as scholars and practitioners have been challenged to become more accountable to, engaged with, and inclusive of, multiple publics, especially descendant and Indigenous communities. This has given rise to various forms of archaeological practice that cluster around ideas of ethical engagement, social justice, activism, decolonization, and Indigenous rights. In this senior seminar, students will explore the developing fields of Community-Based and Indigenous archaeologies from a wide variety of perspectives. {Also available for graduate credit - See ANTH 679.}.