Ethics and the Archaeology of Violence (Ethical Archaeologies: The Politics of Social Justice, Vol. 2)

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Title

Ethics and the Archaeology of Violence (Ethical Archaeologies: The Politics of Social Justice, Vol. 2)

Editor(s)

González-Ruibal, Alfredo and Moshenska, Gabriel

Year of Publication

2015

Chapter Pages

243

Publisher Name

Springer-Verlag

Publisher Location

New York, NY

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Language

English

Source Type

Edited Volume

Notes

Volume 2 in the Ethical Archaeologies: The Politics of Social Justice series. World Archaeological Congress.

Only way is ethics / Gabriel Moshenska and Alfredo González-Ruibal
Ethics in action: a viewpoint from Israel/Palestine / Raphael Greenberg
Archaeological ethics andviolence in post-genocide Rwanda / John Giblin
All our findings are under their boots!: the monologue of violence in Iranian archaeology / Maryan Dezhamkhooy, Leila Papoli Yazdi, andOmran Garazhian
Archaeology of historical conflicts, colonial oppression, and political violencein Uruguay / José María López Mazz
Discussing the spaces of memory in Buenos Aires: official narratives and the challenges of site management / Melisa A. Salerno and Andrés Zarankin
Ethnics, archaeology, and civil conflict: the case of Spain / Alfredo Gozález-Ruibal, Xurxo Ayán Vila, and Rachel Caesar
Gate to a darker world: excavating at the Tempelhof Airport / Susan Pollock and Reinhard Bernbeck
Archaeology, national socialism and rehabilitation: the case of Herbert Jankuhn, 1905-1990 / Monika Steinel
Ethics of public engagement in the archaeology of modern conflict / Gabriel Moshenska
Partnership versus guns: military advocacy of peaceful approaches for cultural property protection / Laurie W. Rush
Cognitive dissonance and the military archaeology complex / Derek Congram
Working as a forensic archaeologist and/or anthropologist in post-conflict contexts: a consideration of professional responsibilities to the missing, the dead and their relatives / Soren Blau
Virtues impracticable and extremely difficult : the human rights of subsistence diggers / Sam Hardy

Additional tags: human rights, colonialism

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