By A. José Farrujia de la Rosa
This booklet analyses the problematics of archaeological historical past administration within the Canary Islands, that are echoed in different components of the area the place the indigenous background is under-represented. The present-day administration of Canarian archaeological historical past has a really particular and weird context on condition that the archipelago is found at the fringes of Europe, belonging to Spain and accordingly to the ecu Unión, yet geographically and when it comes to early background being a part of Africa. From a theoretical viewpoint, then, the proposed booklet analyzes matters resembling the results of colonialism and eurocentrism at the administration of the archaeological historical past. It additionally examines the evolutionist and historico-cultural types used to investigate previous societies and, finally, used to create identities that impression archaeological historical past administration itself. From a pragmatic perspective, the ebook provides an offer for reinforcing the archaeological history of the Canary Islands during the production of archaeological parks (providing a few concrete examples when it comes to the town of los angeles Laguna) and the lively involvement of the local people. Parallel to this, the publication considers the Canarian Archipelago as a part of a frustrating that's not specific to this zone yet is an instance of bad indigenous background administration total. It demonstrates how the process historical past and the politics of the prior nonetheless have an over the top impact at the approach within which the present-day archaeological history is interpreted and controlled. accordingly, this booklet offers a virtually detailed chance for uncovering the historical past of archaeology in the margins of Europe (in truth, in an African area) and exploring colonial and international affects. in lots of methods it's a replicate of archaeological mainstreams and an workout in (re)thinking the purpose and standing of present-day archaeology.
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Lebrun and Juan de la Puerta Canseco. Among members of the Gabinete, special mention should be made of Juan Bethencourt Alfonso, Rosendo García Ramos, and Carlos Pizarroso y Belmonte, due to the 34 2 The Invention of Canarian Prehistory and Early Archaeological. . Fig. 5 Gregorio Chil y Naranjo in the Anthropology Room at El Museo Canario at the end of the nineteenth century. Photograph: El Museo Canario contributions they made to the study of the indigenous Canarian world. " After the death of Bethencourt Alfonso, followed by Rosendo García Ramos, the apathy and lack of skills of the other members and staff led to the decline of the Gabinete, whose collections were subsequently added to the Bernabé Rodríguez collection and the Anthropology and Natural History Museum in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, which was founded on December 31st, 1902.
An Archaeology of the Margins: Colonialism, Amazighity and Heritage Management in the Canary Islands by A. José Farrujia de la Rosa