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Thieves of Time: Who Owns the Past?

This program, introduced by author Tony Hillerman, studies Native American burial grounds over five centuries of cultural, scientific, and legal change. The Native American Graves Repatriation Act, covering the ownership and study of human remains and sacred objects, is given special emphasis. Interviews with Martin Sullivan, director of the Heard Museum, in Phoenix; Paul Bender, former dean of The College of Law at Arizona State University; Richard Rabinowitz, Harvard University historian; and Walter Echo-Hawk, of the Native American Rights Fund, are featured. (28 minutes)

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Item#: BVL33510
Copyright date: ©1992
DVD ISBN 978-0-7365-9687-9




     
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No Bone Unturned: Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology
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