In this talk, Larry Zimmerman discusses how heritage industry rhetoric impedes the protection of Indigenous cultural heritage. He challenges the way in which the archaeological discipline represents heritage and proposes that heritage professionals should prioritize the concerns and hopes of local communities. Larry Zimmerman is Professor of Anthropology & Museum Studies and Public Scholar of Native American Representation at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.
This talk was presented via video-conferencing on February 5, 2015, as a part of the SFU President's Dream Colloquium on Protecting Indigenous Cultural Heritage.RESOURCESDeclarationsReportsPublicationsPresentationsVideosPodcastsFact SheetsTeaching ResourcesReading ListsLinks
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