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Public benefits of archaeology

James Tyler Kent

Public benefits of archaeology

by James Tyler Kent

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Published by University Press of Florida in Gainesville, FL .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Barbara J. Little.
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LC ClassificationsCC
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 277 p. :
Number of Pages277
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22525321M
ISBN 100813024552

  PULLMAN — Washington State University Press recently released “Tracking Ancient Footsteps: William D. Lipe’s Contributions to Public and Southwest Archaeology”. Archaeologists, including William D. Lipe, have spent decades unraveling the mystery of why tens of thousands of ancestral Pueblo Indians abandoned their communities around A.D. to move to areas far to the . This volume of World Archaeology contains articles with case studies from all over the world, giving voice to a wide range of approaches to the study of public archaeology and dealing with binary.

  Much public archaeology then was driven by the explosion of CRM projects that followed the historic preservation legislation of the late s, and a growing awareness that if public money was funding archaeology then there better be clear public benefits. So we invited the public to help us on our sites and in our labs. larger issues of how and why we do archaeology in the public sector. We gave our seminar the working title “Archaeology and Public Policy: A Vision for the Future” because we wanted to emphasize the pub-licly funded nature of CRM and the critical need to maximize both the public benefits and the professional quality of CRM archaeology. By most.

Careers. The AIA and SCS have partnered to provide the benefits of the Placement Service to all members at no charge. All AIA members can be booked for interviews at the annual meeting, upload to the CV/Resume Book, and any other benefits that come with .   Based on the ‘Our Lincolnshire’ project, this book details the project’s aim of connecting the people of Lincolnshire with the rural heritage of their region, and the challenges this presented. Given that one of the core issues with public archaeology is the lack of data on its effects and effectiveness, this volume represents an important starting point for community evaluation and.


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Promoting the Public Benefits of Archaeology Irreplaceable Heritage: Archaeology and the National Register of Historic Places, by Carol D. Shull Archaeology in Santa Fe: A Public-Private Balancing Act, by Mary Grzeskowiak Ragins Potsherds and Politics, by Terry Goddard Archaeology and the Tourism Train, by Katherine Slick Format: Paperback.

Public Benefits of Archaeology book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Little brings together an unprecedented mix of authors from /5.

Promoting the Public Benefits of Archaeology Irreplaceable Heritage: Archaeology and the National Register of Historic Places, by Carol D.

Shull Archaeology in Santa Fe: A Public-Private Balancing Act, by Mary Grzeskowiak Ragins Potsherds and Politics, by Terry Goddard Archaeology and the Tourism Public benefits of archaeology book, by Katherine Slick ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations, 1 map ; 24 cm: Contents: Foreword: The value of archaeology / Roger G.

Kennedy --Archaeology as a shared vision / Barbara J. Little --Public benefits of archaeological research / William D. Lipe --Heritage, history, and archaeological educators / Francis P. McManamon. Public archaeology means something far broader than archaeology that is completed to comply with legal and regulatory requirements or paid for by public funds.

Professional archaeologists practise at least three main categories of public archaeology: cultural resource management or cultural heritage management under public law; outreach and education with the intention of preventing looting Cited by: Community archaeology is archaeology by the people for the people.

The field is also known as public archaeology. There is debate about whether the terms are interchangeable; some believe that community archaeology is but one form of public archaeology, which can include many other modes of practice, in addition what is described here.

The design, goals, involved communities, and methods in. Promoting the Public Benefits of Archaeology Irreplaceable Heritage: Archaeology and the National Register of Historic Places, by Carol D.

Shull Archaeology in Santa Fe: A Public-Private Balancing Act, by Mary Grzeskowiak Ragins Potsherds and Politics, by Terry Goddard Archaeology and the Tourism Train, by Katherine Slick Format: Paperback.

Public Benefits of Archaeology Public Benefits of Archaeology BOOK REVIEWS * incomesand myneighborhood, high-end a chainmarket sits across the streetfroma discountstore,blocks away froma muchon used public library, a streetwithmultiplebuses and adequate parkhardwarestorehas sold out to a national ing.

While our locally-owned and chain. This article situates public archaeology in the broader field of applied anthropology. Little, Barbara, ed. The public benefits of archaeology. Gainesville: Univ. Press of Florida.

E-mail Citation» This edited volume is the best introduction to public archaeology for a general reader. Little, Barbara, and Paul Shackel, eds. In Public Benefits of Archaeology, edited by Barbara J.

Little, pp. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Praetzellis, Adrian Neat Stuff and Good Stories: Interpreting Historical Archaeology in Two Local Communities.

In Public Benefits of Archaeology, edited by Barbara J. Little, pp. potentials of an explicit public archaeology. This book constitutes an important call for the creation of a more publically-oriented archaeology. I encourage all archaeologists, wherever they are employed, to read this book.

The idea for the book was formulated in at a conference in New Mexico called "Public Benefits of Ar-chaeology.". Historical Archaeology: Why the Past Matters - Kindle edition by Little, Barbara J. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Historical Archaeology: Why the Past s: 6. Their discussion confronts the issue of exactly who the public is and why it should care about archaeology at all.

These authors prove, in exploring diverse cross-sections of the public, that archaeology plays a crucial role in providing an authentic past, opportunities for critical thinking, and multicultural education.5/5(1). about the public benefit of historical archaeology.

Sessions and forums include “Historical Archaeology and Civic Engagement,” “Heritage Matters in the 21st Century,” and “Many Archaeologies for Many Publics: Public Archaeology Then, Now, and in the Future.” There will also be a special session on forensic archaeology and the.

Public Benefits of Archaeology edited by Barbara J. Little University Press of Florida, Selected Bibliography. Anderson, L. "A Rationale for Global Education.". Public Benefits of Archaeology: Results from a Student Questionnaire and other practical benefits of archaeology (%), were only slightly less common and spread fairly evenly across the three themes.

Only three answers failed to address the question, and there was one 'Don't know'. Types of Public Benefit Identified Knowledge (described. Archaeology, or archeology, is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material archaeological record consists of artifacts, architecture, biofacts or ecofacts and cultural ology can be considered both a social science and a branch of the humanities.

In Europe it is often viewed as either a discipline in its own right or a sub-field of. Archaeology in the Community is a nonprofit organization founded by Dr. Alexandra Jones in Dr. Jones and her team partner with educational institutions, cultural establishments and community organizations to: Increase community awareness of the benefits.

Booktopia has Public Benefits Of Archaeology by Barbara J Little. Buy a discounted Paperback of Public Benefits Of Archaeology online from Australia's leading online bookstore. Barbara J. Little is an archaeologist with the National Park Service.

She has edited four volumes, including Public Benefits of Archaeology (), and she is the co-author (with Donald L. Hardesty) of Assessing Site Significance: A Guide for Archaeologists and Historians ().

New Perspectives in Global Public Archaeology Edited by Katsuyuki Okamura and Akira Matsuda. Since its very beginning, archaeology has in many senses always related to a much wider constituency than just archaeologists.

This relationship between archaeology and the public has often been overlooked and constantly changes. The advantages of archaeology are many. It can teach us so much about the past. Especially the way the average person lived.

We know the history of the great figures, but not nearly as much about how the average person lived. Archaeology can fill.

Community-Based Archaeology: Research with, by, and for Indigenous and Local Communities - Ebook written by Sonya Atalay. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Community-Based Archaeology: Research with, by, and for Indigenous and Local Communities.