Matt Kroot

Matt Kroot
Arizona State University | ASU · School of Human Evolution and Social Change

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Colleges and universities across the United States are recognizing the public memory function of their campus spaces and facing difficult decisions about how to represent the ugly sides of their histories within their landscapes of remembrance. Official administrative responses to demands for greater inclusiveness are often slow and conservative in...
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A consistent challenge in community and collaborative archaeologies has been the appropriate identification and understanding of project constituencies. A key step in stakeholder analysis is understanding and harmonizing the goals of archaeological work to the social role of the institutions for which we work. To illustrate the value of such a stan...
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The Bandafassi Regional Archaeological Project (BRAP) explores a multiethnic landscape in the upper Gambia River region heavily impacted by slavery. The project assesses discourses of different stakeholders to see what is silenced, acknowledged, centered, and decentered in historical narratives. This article compares if and how slavery is invoked b...
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This dissertation investigates the relationship between village development trajectories and changing economic practices. It is focused on the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (PPNB) of west-central Jordan, examining three specific dimensions of economic change: (1) subsistence practices, (2) production systems, and (3) economic relations. This research emp...

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