Geography and Anthropology
We advocate a feminist approach to archaeological heritage work in order to transform heritage practice and the production of archaeological knowledge. We use an engaged feminist standpoint and situate intersubjectivity and intersectionality as critical components of this practice. An engaged feminist approach to heritage work allows the discipline to consider women’s, men’s, and gender non-conforming persons’ positions in the field, to reveal their contributions, to develop critical pedagogical approaches, and to rethink forms of representation. Throughout, we emphasize the intellectual labor of women of color, queer and gender non-conforming persons, and early white feminists in archaeology.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
ISSN 1551-823X, online ISSN 1551-8248.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Fryer, Tiffany C. and Raczek, Teresa, "Introduction: Toward an Engaged Feminist Heritage Praxis" (2020). Faculty Publications. 4827.