Marked Catalog Copy - East Carolina University
... HIST 3900. Introduction to Public History (3) (F)
HIST 3993. Approaches to Historical Objects (3)
HIST 5920/5921. Fundamentals of Museum and Historic Site Development (3,0)
Other electives may be approved by the Department of Anthropology.
DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY
... instructor. Introduction to the understanding of the structure and function of language in its
anthropological linguistic and cultural context.
3720. Writing Systems of the World (3) (F) Same as ENGL 3720 P: ENGL 1200. Writings systems and
their relationship to language, literacy, and multicultural ...
... resolution of disparate source materials and explore their sometimes contradictory
implications, as well as consider the processes – past and present – through which
Banda history is made. The ﬁnal chapter () reﬂects on the implications of this case
study for a re-visioned historical anthropology t ...
Oceania Newsletter 30-31 - Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies
... been in situ for a long time, and that the current language map of at least this area of
the Solomon Islands represents more or less the way it has been for some time.
There is some linguistic evidence of sharing of cultural knowledge and material
culture, in particular sea-faring terminology, and t ...
Journal of Taphonomy
... records through their subsequent biostratinomic
and diagenetic modifications, archaeologists
are entitled to wonder if they can study the preand post-depositional nature of archaeological
assemblages in the same way. Addressing
how the original information in their
assemblages is modified and lost
Careers in Anthropology
... Will you work between people and resources?
Coop Extension Agent
PIDBA_General_Biblio_8.7.09 - The Paleoindian Database of
... Desert, Nevada. Current Research in the Pleistocene 13:51-53.
1997 Folsom Collections from the LaVega Site in West-Central New Mexico. Current
Research in the Pleistocene 14:1-3.
1999 Raw Material Variation in Folsom Stone Tool Assemblages and the Division of Labor in
Hunter-Gatherer Societies. In F ...
Open - UCL
... This is the course handbook for ARCGL222 Themes in Urban Archaeology. It outlines the
aims and objectives, structure and content of the course. It is also available on the Institute
This Handbook should be used alongside the MA/MSc Handbook (also available on the
Institute web-site), which ...
Sylvanus Griswold Morley
... of time. Rather, it is important to acknowledge that those first
generations of Mayanists had few reliable sources of information and no reliable dating techniques to help them in their
efforts to uncover and explain three thousand years of Mayan
cultural evolution. I like to think that Thompson, Mo ...
Land Beneath the Waves - European Marine Board
... Growth agenda, while perhaps not initially obvious, becomes clear on further analysis. The Integrated Maritime Policy
also places the use of common approaches to the implementation of Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) amongst EU Member
and Associated States as a high priority. Already several coastal st ...
Unearthing the Past, Learning for the Future: Archaeology at
... quadrant of the lawn surrounding the main house. This fieldwork follows, and builds
upon, a long list of archaeological research at Drayton Hall. Most pertient are the 2003
testing at locus 22 by the authors and the 2004 ground penetrating radar survey by
General Engineering Geophysics. The 2005 pro ...
Open - UCL
... submission date, but two points relevant to all MA essay writing deserve emphasis. First,
express your arguments in your own words;; your essay is meant to demonstrate your
understanding of an issue. Some essays are essentially just a ...
Signs-Sacred-Shamans - Genealogy of Religion
... shamanism is culturally insensitive because it ignores the culturally speciﬁc terms and frameworks for various religious practitioners in each culture (Kehoe, 1996, 2000). Undoubtedly the emic
terms people use for their religious practitioners should be used
when possible, whether they are curandero ...
pdf - The Paleoindian Database of the Americas
... almost a decade and a half of that span I have been
living and working in other parts of the country,
mostly in Arkansas and Michigan. Thus, while to
some of you I may appear to be something of a
fixture in our local professional landscape-and
hopefully not too fossilized a one to younger
Ethnic Groups and Boundaries
... constituting a category distinguishable from other categories of the same order.
This ideal type definition is not so far removed in content from the traditional
proposition that a race = a culture = a language and that a society = a unit
which rejects or discriminates against others. Yet, in its mo ...
anthropology - California State University, Bakersfield
... ANTH 404 Human Evolution (5)
Examination of the history and current status of scientific
inquiry into human origins and evolutionary development of
humanity from our primate foundation to the appearance of
anatomically modern humans. Prerequisite: ANTH 102 or
BIOL 100 or permission of instructor.
Consuming and communicating identities
... varied social environment that this brings, not least manifested during lunch
and coffee breaks. The numerous colleagues at the department of Archaeology and Classical Studies are far too many to name here, but some inevitably deserve a special mentioning. Firstly, Ylva Sjöstrand, my foremost partne ...
Society for American Archaeology US BOR Contributions to the
... needed to be made by archaeologists, not by web site designers with little
or no knowledge of the discipline. In this particular instance, decisions
made for these web pages represent both our profession's and our
professional society's aims and practices to the public at large.
As would be expected ...
Roger Curtis Green - National Academy of Sciences
... by the private sector. The Makaha Project demonstrated
how one could generate high-quality research results in a
CRM framework. The Makaha Valley Project methods were
developed directly out of Roger’s experiences in Samoa,
but his scope of investigation was now expanded to include
precontact agricul ...
curriculum vitae - Anthropology, UC Berkeley
... Thesis title: Late Prehistoric Exchange Network Analysis in Carrizo Gorge and the Far
Southwest (published by Coyote Press, 1994). Committee: J.W. Ball, L.L. Leach, N.H.
A.B. Anthropology/Geology, San Diego State University (Cum Laude with Distinction in
Anthropology) 1979. Phi Beta Kappa ...
... and Spiro are differentiated from lower-echelon centers very well. Beyond this, the
lower echelon sites are mostly undifferentiated. In fact, the rather unintuitive result is
that the two confirmed 1st echelon centers (Spinach Patch and Guy Brittain) generally
rank higher in available bottomland tha ...
2016 asor annual meeting – paper abstracts
... preservation, but methodologies and protocols are still being developed. Other tools like
crowdsourcing could be exciting avenues to monitor sites, but have not been applied yet
at a global scale. How to manage these communities so that they are engaged, informed,
and empowered to make positive chan ...
prehistoric hunter-gatherers and farmers in the adriatic and
... luminescence and U-series techniques. For this period, there are often
problems in dating chronological sequences due to the lack of
available material related to human occupation such as bones,
charcoal, sediments or flints.
This presentation will illustrate how the accurate dating of the
Indigenous archaeology is a form of archaeology where indigenous peoples are involved in the care of, excavation and analysis of the cultural and bodily remains of peoples they consider their ancestors. It has been largely developed as a sub-discipline of archaeology since the late twentieth century, in response to some of the historical inequities in the practice, which developed largely as Europeans and Americans studying ancient cultures other than their own. Frequently archaeologists who were not members of the indigenous group being studied had led the excavation and care of remains and artifacts. They often ignored or did not consult the descendents or successors of the people being studied. The Indigenous desire to participate in the research and management of their heritage is related to activism of the 20th century, which arose in party due to the earlier ""intellectual and spiritual colonization"" by Europeans throughout the eighteenth to twentieth centuries.As a relatively recently formed variety of archaeology, the ""tenets and practices of Indigenous archaeology are currently being defined"", and, as a sub-discipline, it is ""unavoidably pluralistic, contingent, and emergent"". Changes in practices under what is called indigenous archeology may range from Indigenous peoples being consulted about archaeological research and the terms of non-Native researchers, to instances of Native-designed and directed exploration of their ""own"" heritage.The explosion of development-related cultural resources management (CRM) archaeology has prompted many Aboriginal organizations to get involved. They have worked to translate their cultural and archaeological values into heritage management plans that supplant the colonial status quo. Beyond field-based applications, Indigenous archaeology can empower Indigenous peoples as they work toward decolonization of society in general and of archaeology in particular. It has generated considerable controversy among scholars, some of whom support the concept in principle, but believe that incorporation of certain indigenous viewpoints has led to ""major constraints on the research"" of historical indigenous peoples.