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Title Appropriating the past : philosophical perspectives on the practice of archaeology / edited by Geoffrey Scarre, University of Durham, Robin Coningham, University of Durham.
Detail xiii, 353 pages : ill. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Scarre, Geoffrey
  Coningham, Robin
  Young, James O. The values of the past
  Bienkowski, Piotr. Whose past? : archaeological knowledge, community knowledge, and the embracing of conflict
  Holtorf, Cornelius 1968-. The past people want : heritage for the majority?
  Thompson, Janna. The ethics of repatriation : rights of possession and duties of respect
  Zimmerman, Larry J. On archaeological ethics and letting go
  Ka?lle?n, Anna. Hintang and the dilemma of benevolence : archaeology and ecotourism in Laos
  Lear, Jonathan. Problems of meaning and method. What is a crisis of intelligibility?
  Coleman, Elizabeth Burns 1961-. Contesting religious claims over archaeological sites
  Bauer, Alexander A. Multivocality and "wikiality" : the epistemology and ethics of a pragmatic archaeology
  Nicholas, George P. "Do not do unto others ..." : cultural misrecognition and the harms of appropriation in an open-source world
  Wylie, Alison. "Do not do unto others ..." : cultural misrecognition and the harms of appropriation in an open-source world
  Cooper, David E. Should ruins be preserved?
  Allen, Tom. Problems of ownership and control. Legal principles, political processes, and cultural property
  Garrard, David. Monuments versus movables : state restrictions on cultural property rights
  Coningham, Robin Looting or rededication? : Buddhism and the expropriation of relics
  Gunawardhana, Prishanta. Looting or rededication? : Buddhism and the expropriation of relics
  Lahiri, Nayanjot. Partitioning the past : India's archaeological heritage after independence
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