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  • Beyond lip service: An analysis of labrets and their social context on the Pacific Northwest coast of British Columbia 

    La Salle, Marina (University of British Columbia, 2008-08)
    This thesis provides an analysis of the history and social context of the labret (lip plug) on the Northwest Coast of British Columbia over the last 5,000 years. Although labrets have typically been characterized as markers ...
  • The 2010 B.C. Archaeology Forum Reviewed 

    La Salle, Marina (Archaeological Society of British Columbia, 2010)
    Review of the 2010 B.C. Archaeology Forum co-hosted by the Musqueam Indian Band and the Laboratory of Archaeology of the University of British Columbia.
  • Klahowya Village: Heritage and Aboriginal Tourism in Stanley Park 

    La Salle, Marina (Archaeological Society of British Columbia, 2011)
  • Editorial: The Archaeologist's Report 

    La Salle, Marina (Archaeological Society of British Columbia, 2011)
    Editorial article in which the author reflects on a cartoon entitled "The Archaeologist's Report" and its message about archaeology in British Columbia.
  • Editorial: The B.C. Archaeology Forum 

    La Salle, Marina (Archaeological Society of British Columbia, 2011)
    Editorial article about the trends the author has noticed developing at the B.C. Archaeology Forum from 2005 to 2011.
  • Commercial Archaeology in British Columbia 

    La Salle, Marina; Hutchings, Richard (Archaeological Society of British Columbia, 2012)
    It is often said that cultural resource managment (CRM) comprises the vast majority of archaeology done in North America today. Yet, for all the academic articles, books, and conferences that publicize archaeological ...
  • [Abstract] Labrets and Their Social Context in Coastal British Columbia 

    La Salle, Marina (University of British Columbia, 2013)
    Abstract of an article written by Marina La Salle, "Labrets and their social context in coastal British Columbia" which appeared in the journal BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly.
  • Five Thoughts on Commercial Archaeology 

    Hutchings, Richard; La Salle, Marina (Institute for Critical Heritage & Tourism, 2013-03)
    Observations prompted by recent dialogue around commercial archaeology both locally and globally.
  • Escape into nature: The ideology of Pacific Spirit Regional Park 

    La Salle, Marina (University of British Columbia, 2014-07)
    This dissertation investigates the ideology of Pacific Spirit Regional Park, an urban forest adjacent to the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Using the tools of archaeology and anthropology, I analyse ...
  • The Trouble with "Co-" 

    La Salle, Marina (Institute for Critical Heritage & Tourism, 2014-10)
    In 2010, I published a paper on the movement towards collaborative archaeology. Drawing on my personal experiences, I sought to understand the motivations behind this trend, and compared its supporting theory with its often ...
  • Arqueologia como Capitalismo do Desastre 

    Hutchings, Richard; La Salle, Marina (Sociedade de Arqueologia Brasileira, 2015)
    Archaeology is a form of disaster capitalism, characterized by specialist managers whose function is the "clearance" of Indigenous heritage from the landscape, making way for economic development. When presented with ...
  • [Book Review] Transforming Archaeology: Activist Practices and Prospects 

    La Salle, Marina; Hutchings, Richard (Canadian Archaeological Association, 2015)
    Book review of "Transforming Archaeolgy: Activist Practices and Prospects" edited by Sonya Atalay, Lee Rains Clauss, Randall H. McGuire, and John R. Welch (Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, 2014).
  • What Makes Us Squirm - A Critical Assessment of Community-Oriented Archaeology 

    La Salle, Marina; Hutchings, Richard (Canadian Archaeological Association, 2016)
    We provide a critical response to Andrew Martindale and Natasha Lyons’ 2014 special section on Community-Oriented Archaeology (Canadian Journal of Archaeology Volume 38, Issue 2), discussing the authors’ definitions, ...
  • In the Name of Profit: Canada's Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Reserve as Economic Development and Colonial Placemaking 

    Hutchings, Richard; La Salle, Marina (Institute for Critical Heritage & Tourism, 2016-02-16)
    Taking a critical heritage approach to naming and placemaking in contemporary Canada, we discuss how the power to name reflects the power to control people, their land, their past, and ultimately their future. Our case ...