12/6: Memories to help and outlast us

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D. F. Britton, “Public History and Public Memory,” The Public Historian 19 (1997), pp. 11-23.

P. A. Shackel, “Public Memory and the Search for Power in American Historical Archaeology,” American Anthropologist 103 (2001), pp. 655-70.

L. Meskell, “Negative Heritage and Past Mastering in Archaeology,” Anthropological Quarterly 75 (2002), pp. 557-74.

S. L. Dawdy, “Clockpunk Anthropology and the Ruins of Modernity,” Current Anthropology 51 (2010), pp. 761-93.

A. González-Ruibal, “Time to Destroy: An Archaeology of Supermodernity,” Current Anthropology 49 (2008), pp. 247-79.

J. Winter, “Foreward: Historical Remembrance in the Twenty-First Century,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science vol. 617: The Politics of History in Comparative Perspective (2008), pp. 6-13.