The sound of silence : indigenous perspectives on the historical archaeology of colonialism /
"Colonial encounters between indigenous peoples and European state powers are overarching themes in the historical archaeology of the modern era, and postcolonial historical archaeology has repeatedly emphasized the complex two-way nature of colonial encounters. The volume examines common traje...
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- Introduction: In Search of Indigenous Voices in the Historical Archaeology of Colonial Encounters / Tiina Aikas and Anna-Kaisa Salmi
- Chapter 1. The sounds of colonization: an examination of bells at Point Pearce Aboriginal Mission Station/Burgiyana, South Australia / Madeline Fowler, Amy Roberts and Lester-Irabinna Rigney
- Chapter 2. Colonization, Sami sacred sites and religious syncretism, c. AD 500-1800 / Inga-Maria Mulk and Tim Bayliss-Smith
- Chapter 3. Seeking the Indigenous Perspective: Colonial Interactions at Fort Saint Pierre, French Colonial Louisiane (1719-29) / LisaMarie Malischke
- Chapter 4. Clockwork porridge: An Archaeological Analysis of Everyday Life in the Early Mining Communities of Swedish Lapland in the Seventeenth Century / Risto Nurmi
- Chapter 5. "Not on bread but on fish and by hunting": Food Culture in Early Modern Sapmi / Ritva Kylli, Anna-Kaisa Salmi, Tiina Aikas and Sirpa Aalto
- Chapter 6. Landscapes of Resilience at the Cut Bank Boarding School, Montana / William A. White and Brandi E. Bethke
- Chapter 7. Conflicts in memory and heritage: Dakota perspectives on historic Fort Snelling, Minnesota / Katherine Hayes
- Chapter 8. Discussion: Colonialism Past and Present: Archaeological Engagements and Entanglements / Carl-Gosta Ojala
- Chapter 9. Perspectives on Indigenous Voices and Historical Archaeology / Alistair Paterson and Shino Konishi.