MY ADVENTURES IN ZUNI—AND KYKOTSMOVI AND WINDOW ROCK AND ...:

Stephen H. Lekson

ABSTRACT

Over the last three decades, museums' and archaeology's engagement with Indians has changed dramatically, most notably with NAGPRA. I review my personal experiences in the U.S. Southwest, drawing tentative conclusions about the present and future of museum–Indian relations.

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