Indigenous Archaeologies: A Reader on Decolonization is a comprehensive collection of essays about the growing field of collaborative and Indigenous-directed archaeological projects worldwide. This book sponsored by the World Archaeological Congress offers interested readers an overview of the ground-breaking work occurring in Oceania, North America, Mesoamerica and South America, Africa, Asia, and Europe. The book contains 50 essays from leading Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars such as Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Margaret Bruchac, Larry Zimmerman, Davina Two Bears, Tara Million and Avexnim Cojti Ren. Major topics include: decolonizing methodologies; archaeology as social practice and lived experience; political dimensions of cultural heritage; intersections among archaeological theories and Indigenous histories; differing ways of knowing the past; and complications among local and global concerns. Recommended.