First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of ContentsIntroduction: the concept of the excluded past 1. The study of our universal cultural heritage through the Unesco Associated Schools Project 2. Archaeology in Indian universities 3. Archaeology in Nigerian education 4. Archaeology and education in Kenya 5. Education and the political manipulation of history in Venezuela 6. The right to a past: Namibian history and the struggle for national liberation 7. Still civilizing? Aborigines in Australian education 8. The affirmation of indigenous values in a colonial education system 9. The missing past in South African history 10. The teaching of the past of the Native peoples of North America in US schools 11. Whispers from the forest: the excluded past of the Aché Indians of Paraguay 12. the earth is our history book: archaeology in Nozambique 13. Culture houses in Papua New Guinea 14. The reconstruction of African history through historical, ethnographic and oral sources 15. The excluded present: archaeology and education in Argentina 16 Archaeology in the Alberta curriclum: an overview 17. `In fourteen hundred and ninety-two, Colombus sailed...': the primacy of the national myth in UA school 18. Education and archaeology in Japan 19. The Black historical past in British education 20. Popularizing archaeology among schoolchildren in the USSR 21. Children and the past in Poland: archaeology and prehistoryin primary schools and museums 22. Rediscovering Rome's hidden past 23. New Archaeology, New History - when will they meet? Archaology in English secondary schools 24. `Well, in the Neolithic...': teaching about the past in English primary schools 25. Archaeology in the Torontoschool system: the Archaeological Resource Centre
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