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Table of Contents

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1 Opening Archaeology: Repatriation's Impact on Contemporary Research and Practice Thomas W. Killion Killion, Thomas W. 3

Pt. I History

2 Histories of the Repatriation Movement Kathleen Fine-Dare Fine-Dare, Kathleen 29

3 American Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century: Back to the Future? David Hurst Thomas Thomas, David Hurst 57

Pt. II Outlook on Method and Theory

4 Repatriation and Archaeology's Second Loss of Innocence: On Knowledge, Power, and the Past Tamara L. Bray Bray, Tamara L. 79

5 Multivocality, Descendant Communities, and Some Epistemological Shifts Forced by Repatriation Larry J. Zimmerman Zimmerman, Larry J. 91

6 Toward a "New and Different" Osteology: A Reflexive Critique of Physical Anthropology in the United States since the Passage of NAGPRA Ann M. Kakaliouras Kakaliouras, Ann M. 109

Pt. III Experience and Practice

7 A View from the Trenches: Memories of Repatriation at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution Thomas W. Killion Killion, Thomas W. 133

8 The Rise of Indigenous Archaeology: How Repatriation Has Transformed Archaeological Ethics and Practice Dorothy Lippert Lippert, Dorothy 151

9 The Repatriation Arena: Control, Conflict, and Compromise Joe Watkins Watkins, Joe 161

Pt. IV Regional Perspectives

10 The Wind Blows Everything off the Ground: New Provisions and New Directions in Archaeological Research in the North Stephen Loring Loring, Stephen 181

11 Repatriation as a Force of Change in Southwestern Archaeology Keith W. Kintigh Kintigh, Keith W. 195

12 The Impact of NAGPRA on Anthropology: A View from Cultural Resource Management in thePacific Northwest Darby C. Stapp Stapp, Darby C. 209

References 227

Index 266

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