Book/Printed Material Challenging the dichotomy : the licit and the illicit in archaeological and heritage discourses
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- Challenging the dichotomy : the licit and the illicit in archaeological and heritage discourses
- Field, Les W., editor
- Gnecco, Cristóbal, editor
- Watkins, Joe, 1951- editor
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- Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 
- Part I. Nation states, truth, legitimacy. The law, the market and the discipline of archaeology: an undisciplined reading / Nick Shepherd ; Fact and law: guaquería and archaeology in Colombia / Wilhelm Londoño ; Artifact and others in Honduras / Lena Mortensen ; Looting the Oklahoma past: relationships and 'relation-shifting' / Joe Watkins ; Crypto-colonialism, nationalism and 'looting': lessons from Greece / Ioanna Antoniadou ; The structures and the fractures of the protection of heritage in Palestine / Khaldun Bshara -- Part II. Ethnographies of dualities. Digging for ivory on Bering Strait: a long history of licit excavation / Julie Hollowell ; The (Il)Licit, the archaeological: an ethnographic story of profanation / Cristóbal Gnecco and Juan Carlos Piñacué ; Excavation, wakas and illicitness: changing frames / Alejandro Haber ; Dynamism not dualism: money and commodity, archaeology and guaquería, gold and wampum / Les Field ; Museums as cemetaries: do the living really matter? / Paul Tapsell.
- - Archaeology and state
- - Archaeology
- - Cultural property--Protection
- - Includes bibliographical references and index.
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- 1 electronic resource (ix, 229 pages)
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Chicago citation style:
Watkins, Joe, Editor. Challenging the Dichotomy: The Licit and the Illicit in Archaeological and Heritage Discourses. editeds by Field, Les W.Itor, and Gnecco, Cristóbalitor [Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 2016] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2020717761/.
APA citation style:
Watkins, J., Field, L. W. I. & Gnecco, C., eds. (2016) Challenging the Dichotomy: The Licit and the Illicit in Archaeological and Heritage Discourses. [Tucson: The University of Arizona Press] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2020717761/.
MLA citation style:
Watkins, Joe, Editor. Challenging the Dichotomy: The Licit and the Illicit in Archaeological and Heritage Discourses. ed by Field, Les W.Itor, and Gnecco, Cristóbalitor [Tucson: The University of Arizona Press, 2016] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2020717761/>.