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Anthro 2 Read: McManamon 94, Light 05 1/28/11 II. WHY STUDY ARCHAEOLOGY? 4. Stewardship of the Past -Preserve and Protect Arch A. Public Outreach (two reasons why critical) i. Looting/Destruction –Federal/State Legislation Cultural Resource Management (CRM) ii. Educate California Public about Archaeology Many Different Publics to work with iii. Public Funds Archaeology, Jobs in Archaeology Growing Field in Arch – Public Outreach B. Public Education Opportunities (Museums, Parks, Books,Magazines, Organizations, Teachers, Digital C. Work with Local Communities – Stakeholders Tensions between Archaeologists and N. Americans
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Unformatted text preview: Checkered History of Working with Native peoples 1960s/1970s “Processual Archaeology” 3 Reasons Why Indians feel Excluded from Arch.: i. Minimal Collaboration – excluded from research ii. Desecration of Sacred Sites iii. Who are Stewards of the Past? Repatriation Advent of Indigenous or Collaborative Arch. D. California– Public Outreach – We can do More. . III.CHALLENGES STUDYING ARCH. MATERIAL 1. Differential Preservation of Material Remains Arch. Record is Patchy; Preservation Due to: A. Type of Material (Organic/Inorganic) hardness, density of material, chemical composition...
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