Maya Cultural Heritage: How Archaeologists and Indigenous Communities Engage the Past

Maya Cultural Heritage: How Archaeologists and Indigenous Communities Engage the Past

McAnany sheds light on the varied ways today’s Maya communities relate to—and are often distanced from—their deep past, historicizes the role of archaeologists and nations in pre-Columbian heritage, and highlights how grass-roots heritage programs can bridge scientific investigation and local community interests.

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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (September 15, 2016)

Collection: Archaeology in Society

Parent ISBN: 9781442241275

Page count: 270 pages

Language: English


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