Vol 7 No. 2 (2020) Special Issue: Repressed Bodies: Archaeology, Memory, Politics

Guest Editors: Queralt Solé Barjau and Laia Gallego Vila

Journal: Journal of Contemporary Archaeology

Published: May 17, 2021

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Repressed Bodies as a Research Topic: Archaeology, Memory and Political Uses Queralt Solé Barjau, Laia Gallego Vila May 12, 2021
Repressed Bodies: Archaeology, Memory, Politics
Undressing Corpses – An Archaeological Perspective on State Violence Márcia Lika Hattori May 12, 2021
Towards an Integral Forensic Anthropology: Observations on the Search for Detained and Disappeared Persons in Argentina and Uruguay Carlos Marín Suárez, Bruno Rosignoli May 12, 2021
From the Exhumation of Bodies to Historical Knowledge: An Analysis of Francoist Repression in Southwest Spain Laura Muñoz-Encinar May 12, 2021
Archaeological Evidence of Gender Differences in Violent Repression: Exhumations of Women Killed during the Spanish Civil War and the Franco Dictatorship Eulàlia Díaz-Ramoneda, Lourdes Herrasti Erlogorri, Queralt Solé Barjau May 12, 2021
Spain’s Valley of the Fallen, Where Human Remains Disappear: A Funerary Monument for a Dictator Laia Gallego-Vila, Queralt Solé Barjau May 12, 2021
Indigenous Remains, Colonialism and Ethical Dilemmas: A Case Study in the Canary Islands A. José Farrujia de la Rosa May 12, 2021
A Decolonial Diary: Traversing the Colonial Pasts and Presents of the Cape of Good Hope Christian Ernsten, Nick Shepherd May 12, 2021
Contemporary Archaeology as a Framework for Investigating the Impact of Disposable Plastic Bags on Environmental Pollution in Galápagos John Schofield, Jerry Aylmer, Andy Donnelly, Jen Jones, Juan Pablo Muñoz-Pérez, Elena Perez, Callum Scott, Kathy A. Townsend May 12, 2021