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A response to The Midden's forum on media representation and cultural resource management in British Columbia
(Archaeological Society of British Columbia, 2011)
A response article to The Midden's forum on media representation and cultural resource management in British Columbia, which appeared in volume 43, issue 2.
Arqueologia como capitalismo do desastre
(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 ...
First Nations seafood security and food sovereignty in Greater Nanaimo, Snuneymuxw Territory, Vancouver Island: A research feasibility study
(Institute for Critical Heritage & Tourism, 2016-02-10)
This preliminary background study explores coastal First Nations’ food security, emphasizing Pacific Northwest Coast and Salish Sea food systems broadly and Snuneymuxw (Nanaimo) territory, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, ...
"Cautionary tale" and "game changer": Media response to Marpole Midden decision
(Archaeological Society of British Columbia, 2012)
The close of summer saw “resolution” of the high-profile, year-long “Marpole Midden” imbroglio, a finale that did not go unnoticed by the media. Indeed, coverage by the Vancouver Sun provides us with a unique opportunity ...
In the name of profit: Canada's Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Reserve as economic development and colonial placemaking
(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 ...