Using and Curating Archaeological Collections /

All archaeologists have responsibilities to support the collections they produce, yet budgeting for and managing collections over the length of a project and beyond is not part of most archaeologists' training. While this book highlights major challenges that archaeologists and curators face wi...

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Other Authors / Creators:Warner, Mark S., editor, contributor.
Childs, S. Terry, editor, contributor.
Other Corporate Authors / Creators:Society for American Archaeology, issuing body.
Project Muse. distributor.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Washington, DC : The Society for American Archaeology, 2019.
Series:Book collections on Project MUSE.
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505 0 0 |g (From table of contents)  |t Doing research with archaeological collections /  |r Julia A. King --  |t Tribal voices on archaeological collections /  |r Angela Neller --  |t Care, access and use: how NAGPRA has impacted collections management /  |r Sheila Goff --  |t Integrating curation training in academic programs and beyond /  |r Danielle M. Benden --  |t Collaborative mitigation: creative success stories using archaeological collections /  |r Heather L. Olson and Ralph Bailey --  |t Best practices for collections management planning /  |r Teresita Majewski --  |t Being a curator: revisiting the curation of archaeological collections from the field to the repository /  |r Lynne P. Sullivan and S. Terry Childs --  |t On whose grounds? the importance of determining ownership before there is a collection /  |r Sara Rivers Cofield --  |t Orphans on the shelf (and in the attic) /  |r Heather L. Olson and Danielle R. Cathcart --  |t The preservation and management of archaeological records /  |r Sara Rivers Cofield and Teresita Majewski --  |t The possibility of deaccessioning federal archaeological collections /  |r S. Terry Childs --  |t Every artifact is (not) sacred: a call to rethink historical archaeology's collection management assumptions and practices /  |r Mark S. Warner --  |t Dodging the repository money pit: the Iowa experience /  |r John L. Cordell, John F. Doershuk, Stephen C. Lensink --  |t Implications of limited collections policies and in-field analysis /  |r Brian Crane and Michael Heilen --  |t Finding what you need: resources for archaeological collections /  |r compiled by Danielle M. Benden --  |t Epilogue -- behind the crimson curtain: a once and future tale of collections /  |r Jenna Domeischel and Michael K. Trimble. 
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