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Indigenous Archaeology in the Philippines: Decolonizing Ifugao History

Author :  Stephen Acabado & Marlon M. Martin

Product Details

  • Country Philippines
  • Publisher Ateneo de Naga University Press, Philippines
  • ISBN9786214720231
  • FormatPaperBack
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Year of Publication2022
  • Bib. Info292p. Includes Index.
  • Product Weight450 gms.
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This book highlights how collaborative archaeology and knowledge co-production among the Ifugao, an Indigenous group in the Philippines, contested (and continue to contest) enduring colonial tropes. Stephen B. Acabado and Marlon M. Martin explain how the Ifugao made decisions that benefited them, including formulating strategies by which they took part in the colonial enterprise, exploiting the colonial economic opportunities to strengthen their sociopolitical organization, and co-opting the new economic system. The archaeological record shows that the Ifugao successfully resisted the Spanish conquest and later accommodated American empire building. This book illustrates how descendant communities can take control of their history and heritage through active collaboration with archaeologists. Drawing on the Philippine Cordillera experiences, the authors demonstrate how changing historical narratives help empower peoples who are traditionally ignored in national histories.

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