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  • The University of New Brunswick | Anthropology - Academia.edu
    Download by Melanie Wiber 2 Legal Pluralism Aboriginal Fisheries Fishing Rights as an Example of the Economic Rhetoric of Privatization Calling for an Implicated Economics Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber 2 Privatization Fishing Rights Impossible Dreams Reforming Fisheries Management in the Canadian Maritimes After the Marshall Decision Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber 2 Aboriginal Fisheries Fishing Rights Participatory Research Supporting Community Based Fishery Management Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber 2 Participatory Research Community Based Fishery Management Property Kinship and Cultural Capital The Ethics of Modeling Kinship in Sustainable Resource Management Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber 2 Property Anthropology of Kinship Finding Common Ground in the Fisheries Field Agency in the Ethnographic Encounter Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber 3 Ethnography Fisheries Agency The Voracious Appetites of Public versus Private Property A View of Intellectual Property and Biodiversity from Legal Pluralism Bookmark by Melanie Wiber 2 Intellectual Property Legal Pluralism The Role of Participatory Governance and Community Based Management in Integrated Coastal and Ocean Management in Canad Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber Community Based Natural Resources Management Enhancing Community Empowerment through Participatory Fisheries Research Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber 2 Participatory Research Fisheries What Innocent Bystanders The impact of law and economics reasoning on rural property rights Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber 2 Property Rights Intellectual Property Rights Paradoxical Conjunctions Rural property and access to rural resources in a transnational environment Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber 2 Legal Pluralism Rural property Community Perspectives on Integrated Management A case study from the Annapolis Basin area Nova Scotia Canad Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber Integrated Management Coastal management challenges from a community perspective the problem of stealth privatization in a Canadian fishery Bookmark Download by Melanie Wiber 2 Fisheries Privatization Legal pluralism and integrated management in Saint John Harbour Canada Bookmark Download by Melanie

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Anthropology - Academia.edu
    Africa Edinburgh University Press 1999 and of Gaining Ground Rights and Property in South African Land Reform Routledge 2007 Evelyn Plaice is Associate Professor of Anthropology jointly appointed to the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Education at the University of New Brunswick Canada Her interests include land identity and the ethnopolitics of land restitution and the anthropology of education She has conducted research in both South Africa and Canada and is the author of The Native Game Indian Settler Relations in Central Labrador ISER 1990 Christina Toren is Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of St Andrews Her fieldwork areas are Fiji and the Pacific and Melanesia and her theoretical interests include exchange processes spatio temporality as a dimension of human being sociality kinship and ideas of the person the analysis of ritual epistemology ontogeny as a historical process Her books include Making Sense of Hierarchy cognition as social process in Fiji Athlone 1990 and Mind Materiality and History Explorations in Fijian Ethnography Routledge 1999 Bookmark by Evelyn Plaice The lie of the land Identity politics and the Canadian land claims process in Labrador Compares land restitution in South africa with the and claims process in Canada using the Labrador Metis and the Cato Manor case as examples Bookmark by Evelyn Plaice Making Indians Debating Indigeneity in Canada and South Africa Discusses the relationship between policy and anthropological interpretations of cultural identity in Canada and South Africa Bookmark by Evelyn Plaice A Comparative History of Culture Rights in South Africa and Canada Considers the effects of mid twentieth century Indian administration policy and anthropological advocacy on the rise of aboriginal and ethnic identities in Canada in comparison to apartheid South Africa Bookmark by Evelyn Plaice Bocabec Archaeological Site Bookmark by Gabe Hrynick A Late Maritime Woodland Period Dwelling Feature from Nova Scotia s South Shore Evidence for Patterned Use of Domestic Space Prehistoric dwelling features have been recognized in coastal archaeological sites on the Maritime Peninsula since the nineteenth century However detailed horizontal feature oriented excavations of dwelling features from the region more Prehistoric dwelling features have been recognized in coastal archaeological sites on the Maritime Peninsula since the nineteenth century However detailed horizontal feature oriented excavations of dwelling features from the region are rare As a result archaeological understanding of prehistoric use of domestic space remains nascent Here we report a recent high resolution excavation of a later Late Maritime Woodland 660 40 B P dwelling feature at Port Joli Harbour Nova Scotia We interpret this feature as a complex palimpsest representing multiple reoccupations of an optimal location for a coastal dwelling Despite the complexity of the occupation history we believe that intra feature artifact distributions reveal persistent use differentiation of the space within the feature perhaps reflecting patterns of gender differentiated use of space recorded in ethnohistoric accounts of Wabanaki dwellings Bookmark Download by Gabe Hrynick and 1 Matthew Betts Quantifying Gravel from a Ceramic Period Living Surface in Downeast Maine Bookmark Download by Gabe

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Anthropology - Academia.edu
    A MULTICONTEXTUAL APPROACH Bookmark by Matthew Betts A Late Maritime Woodland Period Dwelling Feature from Nova Scotia s South Shore Evidence for Patterned Use of Domestic Space Prehistoric dwelling features have been recognized in coastal archaeological sites on the Maritime Peninsula since the nineteenth century However detailed horizontal feature oriented excavations of dwelling features from the region more Prehistoric dwelling features have been recognized in coastal archaeological sites on the Maritime Peninsula since the nineteenth century However detailed horizontal feature oriented excavations of dwelling features from the region are rare As a result archaeological understanding of prehistoric use of domestic space remains nascent Here we report a recent high resolution excavation of a later Late Maritime Woodland 660 40 B P dwelling feature at Port Joli Harbour Nova Scotia We interpret this feature as a complex palimpsest representing multiple reoccupations of an optimal location for a coastal dwelling Despite the complexity of the occupation history we believe that intra feature artifact distributions reveal persistent use differentiation of the space within the feature perhaps reflecting patterns of gender differentiated use of space recorded in ethnohistoric accounts of Wabanaki dwellings Bookmark Download by Gabe Hrynick and 1 Matthew Betts A LATE MARITIME WOODLAND PERIOD DWELLING FEATURE FROM NOVA SCOTIA S SOUTH SHORE EVIDENCE FOR PATTERNED USE OF DOMESTIC SPACE Bookmark Download by Matthew Betts Perspectivism Mortuary Symbolism and Human Shark Relationships on the Maritime Peninsula Bookmark Download by Matthew Betts 7 Northeastern North America Archaeology Woodland Archaeology in Northeastern North America Social zooarchaeology Ritual Zooarchaeology Archaeofaunal signatures of specialized bowhead whaling in the Western Canadian Arctic a regional study Bookmark Download by Matthew Betts Google Scholar Profile Bookmark by Matthew Betts The decline of Steller sea lions Eumetopias jubatus in the North Pacific insights from indigenous people ethnohistoric records and archaeological data

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Anthropology - Academia.edu
    site as a component of a portage which provided a two way link to Washademoak Lake the source for Washademoak Multicoloured Chert with New Brunswick s Lower Saint John River Valley We analyze the site in terms of its geographic criteria its location in relation to the end of canoe navigability and through the use of a heat treating experiment We draw analogies between Historic period accounts of portages and archaeological evidence at Mill Brook Stream combined this information is used to outline a correlate for portage related sites associated with bulk procurement To facilitate this discussion we include a glossary of terms to describe portages and portage related activities Bookmark Download by Gabe Hrynick and 1 Ken Holyoke 8 Prehistoric Archaeology Northeastern North America Archaeology Lithic Technology New Brunswick History Review Field Archaeologist s Survival Guide Getting a Job and Working in Cultural Resource Management Bookmark by Ken Holyoke Cultural Resource Management Archaeology PAPER The Precontact Sturgeon Fishery of the Miramichi River Drainage Northeastern New Brunswick Canada The modern community of Metepenagiag Mi kmaq Nation is located in northwestern New Brunswick Canada at the confluence of the Northwest and Little Southwest Miramichi Rivers near the modern head of tide This area has a high density of more The modern community of Metepenagiag Mi kmaq Nation is located in northwestern New Brunswick Canada at the confluence of the Northwest and Little Southwest Miramichi Rivers near the modern head of tide This area has a high density of recorded precontact archaeological sites including two National Historic Sites the Oxbow Site and the Augustine Mound When combined with local knowledge and historical information these sites contain rich contextualized information about the period between 3500 and 500 years ago and are the focus of long term collaborative research between archaeologists biologists community researchers and institutions such as Metepenagiag Heritage Park On most of these sites calcined sturgeon scutes and spines many identified as Acipenser oxyrinchus dominate faunal assemblages This paper will explore the distribution of sturgeon remains in these sites and present preliminary NSERC supported research on their implication for our understanding of the relationship among the ancient Mi kmaq of Metepenagiag the Miramichi River and sturgeon Bookmark by W Jesse Webb 6 Zooarchaeology Community Archaeology New Brunswick Sturgeon POSTER Recent Investigations into the Role of Sturgeon in Pre Contact Mi kmaq Economies The archaeological record for northeastern North America indicates that Pre Contact economies were strongly oriented towards both coastal and riverine fisheries Although the Miramichi River in northeastern New Brunswick Canada is more The archaeological record for northeastern North America indicates that Pre Contact economies were strongly oriented towards both coastal and riverine fisheries Although the Miramichi River in northeastern New Brunswick Canada is renowned for its modern salmon fishing archaeological fish bone assemblages from the Metepenagiag Mi kmaq First Nation are dominated by sturgeon remains This poster will present some preliminary results from a collaborative project between university researchers and the community run Metepenagiag Heritage Park involving an interdisciplinary team

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  • Margaret Horne | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    Archaeology Biology and History edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Margaret and 36 757 170 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up

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  • Sean Kelly | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
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  • Isaac Coleman | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    and Underwater Archaeology and Archaeology and History edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Isaac and 36 757 173 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address

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  • Lauren Cudmore | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    and Prehistoric Archaeology edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Lauren and 36 757 174 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with

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