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1 Anthro 2 Reading: McManamon 94, Light 05 9/8/10 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 Public Funds Archaeology, Jobs in Archaeology (Teaching, Museums, Public Agencies, Private Sector Side of CRM) Growing Field in Arch – Public Outreach B. Public Education Opportunities (Museums, Parks, Books, Magazines, Organizations, Teachers,
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Unformatted text preview: Internet Sites) C. Work with Local Communities Stakeholders Tensions between Archaeologists and N. Americans 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? Advent of Indigenous or Collaborative Arch. D. California Public Outreach Not Well Developed Relatively few Arch. Sites Accessible to Public Tradeoff: Looting vs. Public Accessibility...
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2011 for the course CHEM 1A taught by Professor Nitsche during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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