學術資源整合系統-相關推薦

 
作者Chen, Shu-Juo
出版日期20180517
著作名稱Does Taiwan need a law like NAGPRA?
會議名稱NAISA Tenth Annual Meeting
會議地點Los Angles, USA
主辦單位Native American & Indigenous Studies Association
國際性會議Y
主題民族
關鍵字cultural heritages, indigenous peoples, Museum Act, Cultural Heritage Preservation Act, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, National Museum of the American Indian
摘要Taiwan’s indigenous peoples have undergone hundreds of years of outside rule, and their cultural heritages continue to face deep crises. During the past 50 years, the government’s objectives regarding indigenous peoples’ development have been indecisive and uncertain. In the meantime, indigenous peoples have had to play a passive role, as of yet unable to make strategic decisions for them. Post-constitutional reform, the government promised to protect indigenous societies’ diversity and respect their autonomy. However, by that time, indigenous society was already nearing collapse, and cultural heritages had long since been either abandoned under duress or added to the collections of institutions and museums. Within tribes, experts in traditional knowledge are dying out, and the process of passing on cultural heritage is rife with difficulties.Recently, despite the passage of the Museum Act and amendment of the Cultural Heritage Preservation Act, both with a few clauses specifically addressing the preservation of indigenous cultural heritages, the real-world management and carrying out of these clauses continues to lack the participation of indigenous peoples. Furthermore, the aforementioned clauses gave not a mention to the repatriation of indigenous tribal artifacts, emphasizing that indigenous peoples are still far from having ultimate authority over the management of their own cultural heritage.
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