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Collaboration in Archaeological Practice

Engaging Descendant Communities (Archaeology in Society)

by Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh

  • 103 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by AltaMira Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeology (General),
  • Cultural And Social Anthropology,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Archaeology,
  • Social Science / Archaeology,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Archaeologists,
  • Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Professional ethics,
  • Social aspects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10896920M
    ISBN 100759110530
    ISBN 109780759110533

    It was widely cited in books and publications and reprinted in several monographs. After concluding the study, I went on to observe and work with collaborative teams across America as well as study community leaders who practice collaboration as part of their community development work. The book can furnish practical and theoretical contributions capable of feeding the methodological debate inherent in issues such as the treatment of sources, legacy data, reuse, the management of uncertainty, and of the rational and intuitive variables inherent in archaeological work, as well as the assessment of the reliability of an.

    “Every article and review and book that I have ever published has constituted an appeal to the person or persons to whom I should have talked before I dared to write it. I never launch any little essay without the hope—and the fear, because the encounter may also be embarrassing—that I shall draw a letter that begins, 'Dear Mr. Hitchens. Shelves: archaeological-theory-and-practice, best-of-non-fiction. Not much to say about this one - Colin Renfrew's Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice is the first port of call for anyone starting an undergraduate degree in the subject. It covers methods, techniques, case studies, stratigraphy, dating, recording, digging, and much much /5(43).

      The Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences provides an authoritative and expert overview of the concepts, research, and techniques that together define the discipline. Sponsored by The Society for Archaeological Sciences, it is an essential reference resource for those in the field of archaeology who want to understand the lives of those who have come before us, supported not only .   University Press of Florida Book: Historical Archaeology and Indigenous Collaboration. Contributors: D. Rae Gould, Holly Herbster, Heather Law Pezzarossi, and Stephen.


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Collaboration in Archaeological Practice by Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Collaboration in Archaeological Practice is a particularly relevant and important collection of essays. Indigenous voices are prominent throughout the book, in the selection of authors as well as the discussions concerning the participation of local representatives, which are integral to any truly collaborative research by:   Collaboration in Archaeological Practice is reflective of the recent sea-change in research across disciplinary boundaries that recognizes the importance and agency of indigenous voices.

The book is a welcome and useful addition for anyone involved in, or even considering, field research/5(6). The chapters collectively explore the theoretical underpinnings of collaboration, the many approaches to its practice, and the complex moral questions that have arisen.

This book will interest students and practitioners alike by contributing to the continuing dialogue about the limitations and promise of archaeological practice. Collaboration in Archaeological Practice by Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).

Collaborative Archaeologies in Transformation: Preliminary Results from a Social Network Analysis of Archaeological Practice () DOCUMENT Citation Only Katharine Ellenberger. Collaborative or community-based archaeology can involve a range of activities from modifying dissemination practices to shifting to writing research designs with a.

This book presents a case for a heart-centered archaeological practice. Archaeological practice is currently shifting in response to feminist, indigenous, activist, community-based, and anarchic critiques of how archaeology is practiced and this volume incorporates these new perspectives.

Innovative modes of collaboration between archaeologists and Indigenous communities are taking shape in a great many contexts, Collaboration in Archaeological Practice book the process transforming conventional research practice. While critics object that these partnerships cannot but compromise the objectivity of archaeological science, many of the archaeologists involved argue that.

Current Archaeological practice in Southeast Asia: Collaboration, engagement, and community involvement in field research in Southeast Asia Stephen Acabado Pages: There are different areas of specialization within public archaeological practice, such as heritage education, cultural resource management (CRM), interpretation, museum studies, descendant collaboration, ethics, and cultural tourism, among others.

It has received six prizes, including the Society for Historical Archaeology James Deetz Book Award and the National Council on Public History Book Award.

After 12 years at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Dr. Colwell left in as the Senior Curator of Anthropology. He has received grants and fellowships from the American. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Collaborating with communities has become an increasingly popular practice in archaeological projects all over the world.

However, the strategies used for engaging communities have broad applications that are greatly determined by the social. 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. Collaboration in archaeological practice: engaging descendant communities. [Chip Colwell; T J Ferguson;] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Chip Colwell; T J Ferguson.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Learn how to prepare and submit an article to Advances in Archaeological Practice with editor Sarah Herr. The recorded online seminar from covers the basics for publishing with this online journal.

As one of the principal SAA journals, Advances in Archaeological Practice is the premier place to publish original scholarly work on how archaeologists learn about the past, convey findings in. When it comes to the future of work and collaboration I've worked with and researched hundreds of companies.

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Ships from and sold by s: 1. Siefer, H. Leadership Ensemble: Lessons in Collaborative Management from the World's Only Conductorless Orchestra, Times Books/Henry Holt, A book detailing the collaborative leadership style of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, which rehearses and performs without a conductor.

Includes Orpheus's eight guidelines for collaborative leadership. The Vulnerability of Archaeological Logic in Aboriginal Rights and Titles Cases in Canada: Theoretical and Empirical Implications Andrew Martindale and Chelsey Geralda Armstrong.

Drawing the Contours of Ethnography: Ethnographic Refusal and Anarchistic Consent in Fieldwork and Writing Sarah G. Fessenden. Book Reviews Philip Jones. 4 2. Archaeological sites exist within a larger setting that includes both the environment and the local communities: Good practices must take into account the impact of archaeo- logical tourism on the site and the natural environment in which the site is located.

The Bourne Stone is an archaeological curiosity located in the town of Bourne, stone is a pound chunk of granite, upon which two lines of carvings were made. History. According to the Archaeological Institute of America, the stone probably started as a doorstep of a Native American meeting house aroundthen passed through several owners, landing at the Aptucxet.Cambridge publishes books and journals that cover research throughout world archaeology and across all periods.

Our list includes key handbooks and manuals in method, theory and scientific techniques; case studies of sites, surveys and excavations; comparative and interpretative works; scholarship on cultural resource management, and large scale, reliable reference works.This book delves into the politics of contemporary archaeology in an increasingly complex international environment.

Describing various forms of cosmopolitan engagement, the contributors explore the implications of applying the cosmopolitan ideals of obligation to others and respect for cultural difference to archaeological practice, showing that those ethics increasingly demand the rethinking.