Decolonizing Archaeology and Heritage
Uzma Rizvi (Pratt Institute), General Editor
Wazi Apoh (University of Ghana, Ghana)
Amber Aranui (Te Papa Tongarewa/Museum of New Zealand)
Whitney Battle-Baptiste (UMASS Amherst)
Cressida Fforde (Australian National University)
Sara Gonzalez (University of Washington)
Alejandro Haber (Universidad Nacional de Catamarca)
The University Press of Colorado is accepting manuscripts for publication in our Decolonizing Archaeology and Heritage series, a collection of nonfiction books that engage in the processes of decolonizing archaeological and heritage practice. Core values of this series emerge from the inclusionary politics of feminist/queer, intersectional, Indigenous, anarchic/heterarchic, CB-PAR, and contemporary critical heritage practices. Books in the series must be engaged with the fields of archaeology and/or heritage studies but may operate in an interdisciplinary maner.
Archaeological practice and heritage management occurs in all forms and manners around the world. Unabashedly political, global in scope, and rigorous in research, the books in this series should illustrate the diversity, richness, and significance of archaeological and heritage research that is being produced within the international academy, as well as among practitioners and communities.
We invite edited volumes, monographs, and multi-authored manuscripts. All proposals for this series should follow the press submission guidelines, and submissions will be evaluated by the press acquisitions staff, the series editors and editorial board, as well as outside experts.