Museum Anthropology

Cover image for Vol. 37 Issue 1

Edited By: Jennifer A. Shannon and Cynthia Chavez Lamar

Online ISSN: 1548-1379

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Virtual Issues from Museum Anthropology

The Deafening Silence: NAGPRA, Repatriation, and the Pages of Museum Anthropology,

Published: 03 May 2010

Edited By: Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh and Stephen E. Nash

Introduction:

In the 20 years since the passage of the 1990 Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), an astonishingly small number of contributions with "repatriation" or "reburial" in the title have been published in Museum Anthropology and its precursor, the Council for Museum Anthropology Newsletter. All are reproduced in this virtual issue of Museum Anthropology , which serves as a precursor of, and complement to, the publication of a special thematic issue of Museum Anthropology (vol. 33, no. 2) commemorating the 20th anniversary of the passage of NAGPRA.

Repatriation and the Reconstruction of Identity
Jordan Jacobs


Repatriation Reader: Who Owns American Indian Remains?
Dorothy Lippert


Prisoners of Conscience: Public Policy and Contemporary Repatriation Discourse
Amalia Rosenblum


The National Museum of the American Indian Repatriation Policy: Reply to William C. Sturtevant
Richard W. West


Repatriation Policy and the Heye Collection
Edmund Carpenter


Repatriation and Collaboration: The Museum of New Mexico
Bruce Bernstein


Repatriation: The Bitter End or a Fresh Beginning?
David Hurst Thomas


Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (Public Law 101-601 November 16, 1990)
Public Law 101-601, November 16, 1990


Update on Federal Repatriation Legislation
Keith W. Kintigh


Repatriation at the Field Museum
Jonathan Haas


Repatration of Ahayu:da Zuni War Gods
T. J. Ferguson, Barton Martza


Update on Repatriation: Report of the Panel for a National Dialogue on Museum/Native American Relations
Panel for a National Dialogue on Museum/Native American Relations


Update on Repatriation/Reburial
Keith W Kintigh and Peter H. Welsh


Please Comment on Aam Repatriation Policy
Council for Museum Anthropology


Reburial: How We All Lose - An Archaeologist's Opinion
Buikstra, Jane E.


The Reburial Controversy in California
Frank A. Norick


Museums and American Indian: Legal Aspects of Repatriation
Elizabeth C. Childs


Legislation, Repatriation and the Impact...
Council for Museum Anthropology


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