25 search results for “heritage of indigenous peoples”
Angel Rivera Guzman
Heritage and Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The heritage of Indigenous Peoples has long been researched and commented upon from the outside. This book adopts an innovative approach by engaging with the heritage of Indigenous Peoples from the ‘inside’.
Ñuhun Ñuu Savi: Land and language as cultural heritage of the People of the Rain
The research focuses on the understanding of symbolic stratigraphy of the land (through time) from the worldview of the People of the Rain (one of the Indigenous Peoples of southern Mexico), by studying contemporary cultural heritage in communities of the Mixtec Highlands.
Compartilhando Coleções e Conectando Histórias
Sharing Collections and Connecting Histories
Andean Mummies Journey to European Museums 1810-1970
A look into the political history of collecting and the collections of Andean mummies in Western European museums from 1830-1930 through archaeology and paleoimaging.
Animais exóticos de origem europeia ou africana entre povos indígenas nas terras baixas da América do Sul
Caribbean Collections in European Museums and the Question of Returns
Mariana de Campos Françoso and Amy Strecker published a new article in the International Journal of Cultural Property last week entitled 'Caribbean Collections in European Museums and the Question of Returns'.
Indigenous people as essential research partners
The knowledge held by indigenous people is essential if you want to study the history or the language of a particular region. Leiden archaeologists and linguists are now looking for ways of involving local people more systematically in their research.
- Arctic Archaeology and Indigenous Perspectives in Greenland
Heritage specialist Mariana de Campos Françozo interviewed by EURAXESS
EURAXESS asked Mariana de Campos Françozo about her current research conducted with an ERC Starting Grant. "Perhaps the most important benefit of the project, both academically and socially, is that we get to reflect about what constitutes knowledge."
Maya Heritage Across Disciplines: Conversations and Collaborations