Entre a Longue Durée e o Short Purée: Arqueologias Pós-Coloniais da história indígena na América do Norte colonial

  • Stephen W. Silliman University of Massachusetts
  • Raquel Caldas Nolasco Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Palavras-chave: Teoria Arqueológica, Escalas, Colonialismo

Resumo

Arqueólogos que estudam culturas Indígenas no contexto do colonialismo Europeu estão frequentemente presos em um enigma de escala temporal. Como representar, traduzir e interpretar práticas e pessoas Indígenas de forma a não só respeitar as complexidades do mundo colonial e suas ações neste, mas também situar suas vidas no contexto de suas próprias histórias culturais únicas de curto e longo prazo? Capturar essa dualidade não tem sido fácil. Parte desse problema é que os arqueólogos não têm atendido completamente à chamada de Lightfoot (1995) a fim de conduzir verdadeiros estudos multiescala e diacrônicos sobre colonialismo e respostas Indígenas para as suas várias formas. Parte disso se relaciona às maneiras como conceitos arqueológicos, termos e métodos ainda não estão descolonizados e ainda não estão sintonizados às formas que pessoas, passado e presente se relacionam com suas próprias histórias.

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2019-06-30
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