Craig N. Cipolla

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Becoming Brothertown

Native American Ethnogenesis and Endurance in the Modern World

The University of Arizona Press

Becoming Brothertown makes a significant contribution to North American Native-Colonial literature and will attract a large audience among historians, archaeologists, and anthropologists. Craig N. Cipolla draws upon material culture, architecture, and historical documents to emphasize issues of community, identity, and memory in the past, while exploring the pragmatic impact of collaborative Indigenous archaeology on the present.

  • Copyright year: 2013
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Rethinking Colonialism

Comparative Archaeological Approaches

University Press of Florida
  • Copyright year: 2020
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Foreign Objects

Rethinking Indigenous Consumption in American Archaeology

The University of Arizona Press

Foreign Objects demonstrates the breadth and vibrancy of contemporary archaeology. Taking a broad set of archaeological cases from across the Americas, editor Craig N. Cipolla and the volume contributors explore how indigenous communities have socialized foreign objects over time. The book critiques the artificial divide between prehistory and history, studying instead the long-term indigenous histories of consumption, a term typically associated with capitalism and modern-world colonialism.

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