Historical Archaeology

, Volume 52, Issue 3, pp 608–608 | Cite as

Correction to: Commentary: Excavating the Intimate

  • Stacey Lynn CampEmail author

Correction to: Hist Arch

The last sentence in the 1st paragraph on page 5 should read:

Importantly, this incident raises the question of how we avoid making our objects of study––some of whom have lived through the trauma of incarceration and are now being forced to relive it––feel objectified.

The last sentence in the 1st paragraph on page 6 should read:

Some archaeologists have already begun exploring how certain vectors of identity––such as regional affiliation, place of migration, age, and gender––shaped material practices, such as landscaping, gardening, and prisoners’ choice of goods (Kamp-Whittaker 2010; Shew 2010; Shew and Kamp-Whittaker 2013; Ng 2014).

The 5th sentence in the 2nd paragraph on page 6 should read:

For these reasons and many others (many of which hinge on contemporary debates regarding citizenship [Camp 2013]), speaking about the archaeology of internment can lead to public threats, as well as subtle and not-so-subtle comments from colleagues that “real” archaeology is found in the much deeper past.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of AnthropologyMichigan State UniversityEast LansingU.S.A.

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