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Modern Colonialism, Eurocentrism and Historical Archaeology: Some Engendered Thoughts

  • Sandra Montón-Subías (a1) and Almudena Hernando (a2)
Abstract

In this article, we would like to share some thoughts related to the values and principles implemented by archaeologists when bringing ‘the other’ into focus. We situate our reflections within the archaeology of modern colonialism, and revisit some aspects related to one of the most vibrant issues in historical archaeology: Eurocentrism. It is our understanding that ‘de-Eurocentring’ the discipline not only requires introducing the disenfranchised as new agents, but also questioning the most profound logics by which narratives of the past have been written. We focus on the idea of history as change, and on the notion of social continuity from a feminist standpoint. We have noticed that certain accounts of colonial situations, even those with the opposite intention, may project the prevailing Western male way of being while trying to explain past social and personal dynamics, thus blurring ontological diversity and unwittingly reinforcing the Eurocentrism we are trying to avoid.

Cet article contient certaines réflexions concernant les valeurs et principes appliqués par les archéologues quand ils parlent d'altérité. Nos réflexions s'inscrivent dans le contexte de l'archéologie du colonialisme moderne et réexaminent certains aspects relatifs à l'une des questions les plus brûlantes en archéologie des périodes historiques récentes : l'Eurocentrisme. Nous soutenons que pour combattre l'Eurocentrisme dans notre discipline il est nécessaire d'inclure non seulement les laissés pour compte en tant qu'agents mais encore de remettre en cause la logique sur la base de laquelle les récits du passé ont été construits. Nous examinons la notion que l'histoire concerne l’étude des changements et abordons la continuité sociale d'un point de vue féministe. Nous notons que certaines descriptions de situations coloniales peuvent, même sans le vouloir, projeter une perspective qui repose sur une manière de voir les choses masculine et occidentale quand il s'agit d'expliquer les dynamiques sociales et personnelles, ce qui mène à estomper la diversité ontologique et renforcer involontairement un Eurocentrisme que nous cherchons à éviter. Translation by Madeleine Hummler

In diesem Artikel möchten wir einige Überlegungen über die Werte und Grundsätze, welche die Andersartigkeit in der Archäologie beschreiben, vorlegen. Wir stellen unsere Gedanken in Zusammenhang mit der Archäologie des modernen Kolonialismus und erwägen erneut einige Aspekte, die eine der strittigsten Fragen in der historischen Archäologie betreffen: der Eurozentrismus. Um den Eurozentrismus in unserem Fach zu bekämpfen, sind wir der Meinung, dass wir nicht nur die Entrechteten als neue Agenten in Betracht ziehen müssen, sondern auch, dass wir die grundsätzliche Logik, welche die Darstellungen der Vergangenheit geprägt hat, infrage stellen müssen. Wir legen den Schwerpunkt auf die Auffassung der Geschichte, welche den Wechsel bevorzugt, und auf die soziale Kontinuität aus einer feministischen Perspektive. Wir machen darauf aufmerksam, dass einige Darstellungen von kolonialen Situationen, auch wenn das nicht die Absicht war, eine vorherrschende, männliche und westliche Art zu sein, fördern können. Dieser Denkweise begegnet man in Erklärungen von sozialen und persönlichen Umständen, was die ontologische Diversität unscharf macht und unabsichtlich den Eurozentrismus, den wir vermeiden wollen, verstärkt. Translation by Madeleine Hummler

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