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journalArticle1960Ascher, RobertArchaeology and the Public ImageAmerican Antiquity 1:05:0412/14/2016 1:05:04402–403325
journalArticle1971Clewlow, CW W; Hallinan, PS S; Ambro, RD DA crisis in archaeologyAmerican Antiquity March 7/Ethics (assigned readings)/amateurs and looting/1971, Clewlow et al., A Crisis in Archaeology.pdf March 7/Ethics (assigned readings)/197112/14/2016 1:04:4312/14/2016 1:04:43472–473436
book1972McGimsey, Charles R I I IPublic Archaeology19729/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:26:38265Seminar PressNew York
journalArticle1977Raab, L Mark; Klinger, Timothy CA Critical Appraisal of "Significance" in Contract ArchaeologyAmerican Antiquity 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:11:01629–634442
journalArticle1980Raab, LM; Schiffer, MBClients, contracts, and profits: Conflicts in public archaeologyAmerican \ldots 1:04:5812/14/2016 1:04:58539–551382
journalArticle1983King, Thomas FProfessional Responsibility in public archaeologyAnnual Review of Anthropology19839/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:20:36143–16412
book1984Cleere, HenryApproaches to the Archaeological Heritage19849/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:11:50Cambridge University PressCambridge
journalArticle1984Feder, KLIrrationality and popular archaeologyAmerican Antiquity 1:04:4012/14/2016 1:04:40525–541349
journalArticle1985Voss, Barbara L; Kwock, Anita Wong; Yu, Connie Young; Gong-guy, Lillian; Bray, Alida; Kane, Megan S; Allen, RebeccaMarket Street Chinatown Archaeology Project198512/14/2016 1:05:0312/14/2016 1:05:03
report1987Peters, Kristin Stevens; Comer, Elizabeth Anderson; Kelly, Roger ECaptivating the Public Through the Media While Digging the Past 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:13:2058Baltimore Center for Urban Archaeology, Technical Series No. 1, Vol. 53, No. 4Baltimore
book1987Ucko, PeterAcademic Freedom and Apartheid19879/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:10:59DuckworthLondon
journalArticle1988DeCicco, GabrielA Public Relations PrimerAmerican Antiquity19889/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:11:54840–856453
journalArticle1988Haraway, DonnaSituated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial KnowledgeFeminist Studies198812/14/2016 1:04:5812/14/2016 1:04:58575–599314
book1989Messenger, Phyllis MauchThe Ethics of Collecting Cultural Property: Whose Culture? Whose Property?19899/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:28:35University of New Mexico PressAlbuquerque
journalArticle1990Arnold, BThe Past as Propaganda: Totalitarian Archaeology in Nazi GermanyAntiquity19909/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:29:21464–47864
book1990Ashworth, G J; Tunbridge, J EThe Tourist-Historic City19909/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:29:42BelhavenLondon
journalArticle1990Carman, JohnCommodities, rubbish, and treasure: valuing archaeological objectsArchaeological Review from Cambridge19909/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:13:44195–20729
book1990Ehrenhard, John ECoping With Site Looting: Southeastern Perspectives: Essays in Archaeological Resource Protectionnone19909/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:14:2373National Park ServiceAtlanta, GA
journalArticle1990Potter Jr., Parker BThe "What" and "Why" of Public Relations for Archaeology: A Postscript to DeCicco's Public Relations PrimerAmerican Antiquity 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:29:49608–613355
journalArticle1991McManamon, Francis PForum: The Many Publics for ArchaeologyAmerican Antiquity19919/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:16:37121–130156
book1991Merriman, NickBeyond the Glass Case: The Past, the Heritage, and the Public in Britain19919/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:13:09Leicester University PressLeicester
journalArticle1991Potter Jr., Parker B; Potter Jr., Parker BWhat is the Use of Plantation Archaeology?Historical Archaeology19919/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:54:4494–107325
book1991Smith, George S; Ehrenhard, John EProtecting the Past19919/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:20:41CRC PressBoca Raton
bookSection1991Spector, Janet DWhat this awl means: Toward a feminist archaeologyEngendering Archaeology: Women and \ldots199112/14/2016 1:05:0112/14/2016 1:05:01388–406Blackwell PublishersOxford
book1991Spector, Janet DWhat this Awl Means: Feminist Archaeology at a Wahpeton Dakota Village199112/14/2016 1:04:4612/14/2016 1:04:46Minnesota Historical Society Press
journalArticle1993Farnsworth, Paul"What is the Use of Plantation Archaeology?" No Use at All, if No One Else is Listening!Historical Archaeology19939/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:54:45114–116127
journalArticle1993Smith, LaurajaneTowards a Theoretical Framework for Archaeological Heritage ManagementArchaeological Review from Cambridge19939/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:30:5956–75112
book1994Gathercole, Peter; Lowenthal, DavidThe Politics of the Past0-415-09554-919949/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:29:27319RoutledgeLondonUcko, P J
book1994Layton, RobertConflict in the Archaeology of Living Traditions19949/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:13:57RoutledgeLondon
book1994Layton, RobertWho Needs the Past? Indigenous values and archaeology19949/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:55:00RoutledgeLondon
bookSection1994Moore, Lawrence EThe Ironies of Self-Reflection in ArchaeologyArchaeological Theory: Progress or Posture?19949/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:28:5143–65AldershotAveburyMackenzie, Ian M
book1994Potter Jr., Parker B; Potter Jr., Parker BPublic Archaeology in Annapolis: A Critical Approach to History in Maryland's Ancient City19949/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:26:48Smithsonian Institution PressWashington
journalArticle1994Smith, LaurajaneHeritage Management as Postprocessual ArchaeologyAntiquity19949/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:17:17300–30968
book1995Hayden, DeloresPower of Place: Urban Landscapes in Public History19959/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:20:22MIT PressBoston, MA
book1995Kohl, Philip L; Fawcett, ClareNationalism, Politics, and the Practice of Archaeology0-521-55839-519959/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:19:18329Cambridge University PressCambridge
bookSection1995Lynott, Mark J; Wylie, AlisonStewardship: The Central Principle of Archaeological EthicsEthics in American Archaeology19959/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:27:5128–32Society for American ArchaeologyWashington, D.C.
book1995Lynott, Mark J; Wylie, AlisonEthics in American Archaeology19959/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:16:22Society for American ArchaeologyWashington, D.C.
book1995Schmidt, Peter R; Patterson, Thomas CMaking Alternative Histories: The Practice of Archaeology and History in Non-Western Settings19959/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:18:57312School of American Research PressSanta Fe, New MexicoSchwartz, Douglas W
journalArticle1995Smardz, Karolyn EArchaeology and MulticulturalismArchaeology and Public Education19959/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:12:281–3+35
book1995Trouillot, Michel-RolphSilencing the Past: Power and the Production of History19959/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:27:36Beacon PressBoston
book1996Carman, JohnValuing Ancient Things: Archaeology and Law0-7185-0012-119969/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:54:32246Leicester University PressLondon
book1996Castaneda, QuetzilIn the Museum of Maya Culture: Touring Chichen Itza19969/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:18:00University of Minnesota PressMinneapolis
book1996Diaz-Andreu, M; Champion, TNationalism and Archaeology in Europe19969/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:19:16RoutledgeLondon
journalArticle1996Ferguson, TJNative Americans and the practice of archaeologyAnnual Review of Anthropology 1:04:5512/14/2016 1:04:5563–79199625
conferencePaper1996Franklin, MariaOwners and Stewards, and Innocent Bystanders: Archaeologists and the Past as PropertyAnnual Meetings of the Society for Historical Archaeology19969/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:20:06Cincinnati, Ohio
book1996Hunter, MPreserving the Past: The Rise of Heritage in Modern Britain19969/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:20:31SuttonStroud
book1996Tunbridge, J E; Ashworth, G JDissonant Heritage: The Management of the Past as a Resource in Conflict19969/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:15:13WileyChichester
book1996Vitelli, Karen DArchaeological Ethics19969/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:11:58AltaMira PressWalnut Creek, London, New Delhi
journalArticle1997Angelo, DanteTURNING TABLES IN SEARCH OF DIALOGUE : THE MAKING OF INDISCRETE SPACES IN LATIN AMERICAN CONTEXTS199712/14/2016 1:04:4012/14/2016 1:04:4089–108
journalArticle1997Blakey, Michael LPast is Present: Comments on "In the Realm of Politics: Prospects for Public Participation in African-American Plantation Archaeology"Historical Archaeology19979/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:20:08140–145331
conferencePaper1997Carman, JohnPublic Action and The Legal Preservation of the Archaeological HeritageEAA RAVENNA September 199719979/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:20:421–5
bookSection1997Carman, JohnGiving archaeology a moral voiceMaterial Harm: archaeological studies of war and violence19979/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:17:07220–239Cruithne PressGlasgowCarman, John
journalArticle1997Derry, LindaPre-Emancipation Archaeology: Does It Play in Selma, Alabama?Historical Archaeology19979/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:20:2718–26331
journalArticle1997Edwards, YwoneToward "True Acts of Inclusion": The "Here" and the "Out There" Concepts in Public ArchaeologyHistorical Archaeology19979/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:31:0727–35331
journalArticle1997Franklin, MariaWhy are there so few black American archaeologists?Antiquity19979/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:55:03799–80127471
conferencePaper1997Franklin, MariaEarly Black Spirituality and the Cultural Strategy of Protective Symbolism: Evidence from Art and ArchaeologyConference Proceedings of the African Impact on the Material Culture of the Americas19979/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:15:44Diggs Gallery at Winston-Salem State U., Old Salem, and the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, Winston-Salem, NC.
thesis1997Franklin, MariaOut of Site, Out of Mind: The Archaeology of an Enslaved Virginian Household, c. 1740-177819979/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:20:04University of California, BerkeleyUniversity Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan
journalArticle1997Gibb, James GNecessary but Insufficient: Plantation Archaeology Reports and Community ActionHistorical Archaeology19979/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:19:2418–26331
book1997Jameson Jr., John H; Jameson Jr., John HPresenting Archaeology to the Public: Digging for Truths0-7619-8909-919979/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:20:29288Altamira PressWalnut Creek, London, New Delhi
bookSection1997Jeppson, Patrice L"Leveling the Playing Field" in the Contested Territory of the South African Past: A "Public" versus a "People's" Form of Historical Archaeology OutreachIn the Realm of Politics: Prospects for Public Participation in African-American Archaeology19979/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:18:4965–8331:03:00The Society for Historical ArchaeologyMcDavid, Carol; Babson, David
book1997Jones, SianThe archaeology of ethnicity: constructing identities in the past and present19979/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:28:13RoutledgeLondon
journalArticle1997La Roche, Cheryl J; Blakey, Michael LSeizing Intellectual Power: The Dialogue at the New York African Burial GroundHistorical Archaeology19979/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:27:3284–106331
journalArticle1997Lynott, Mark JEthical Principles and Archaeological Practice: Development of an Ethics PolicyAmerican Antiquity 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:16:20588–599462
journalArticle1997McDavid, CarolDescendants, Decisions, and Power: The Public Interpretation of the Archaeology of the Levi Jordan PlantationHistorical Archaeology19979/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:14:56114–131331
journalArticle1997Singleton, Theresa a.Commentary: Facing the Challenges of a Public African-American ArchaeologyHistorical Archaeology199712/14/2016 1:04:4812/14/2016 1:13:41146–152331
bookSection1997Smardz, Karolyn EThe Past Through Tomorrow: Interpreting Toronto's Heritage to a Multicultural PublicPresenting Archaeology to the Public: Digging for Truths19979/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:29:23101–113288Altamira PressWalnut Creek, London, New DelhiJohn H. Jameson, Jr.
bookSection1997South, StanleyGeneralized versus Literal InterpretationPresenting Archaeology to the Public: Digging for Truths19979/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:16:5754–62288Altamira PressWalnut Creek, London, New DelhiJohn H. Jameson, Jr.
book1997Swidler, Nina; Dongoske, Kurt E; Anyon, Roger; Downer, Alan SNative Americans and Archaeologists: Stepping Stones to Common Ground19979/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:19:22Altamira PressWalnut Creek, London, New Delhi
book1998Bender, BarbaraStonehenge: Making Space1-85973-908-319989/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:27:52254Berg PublishersEngland
journalArticle1998Carman, John; Carnegie, Garry D; Wolnizer, Peter WIs archaeological valuation an accounting matter?Antiquity19989/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:18:29143–14873
journalArticle1998Deetz, JamesDiscussion: Archaeologists as StorytellersHistorical Archaeology19989/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:15:0794–96132
book1998King, Thomas FCultural Resource Laws and Practice: An Introductory Guide19989/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:14:46Altamira Press
bookSection1998Logan, George CArchaeologists, Residents, and Visitors: Creating a Community-Based Program in African American ArchaeologyAnnapolis Pasts: Historical Archaeology in Annapolis, Maryland19989/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:12:2469–96University of Tennessee PressKnoxvilleShackel, Paul A; Mullins, Paul R; Warner, Mark S
journalArticle1998Matsuda, DThe Ethics of Archaeology, Subsistence Digging, and Artifact Looting in Latin America: Point Muted CounterpointInternational Journal of Cultural Property 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:28:3487–9717
book1998Rosenzweig, Roy; Thelen, DavidThe Presence of the Past: Popular Uses of History in American Life19989/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:29:30Columbia University PressNew York
book1999Aitchison, KProfiling the Profession: a survey of archaeological jobs in the U.K.19999/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:20:37Institute of Field Archaeologists/Council for British Archaeology/English Heritage???
bookSection1999Chappell, Edward AMuseums and American SlaveryI, too, Am America: Studies in African-American Archaeology19999/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:19:13240–258University Press of VirginiaCharlottesville, VirginiaSingleton, Theresa A
bookSection1999Gosden, ChrisPostcolonial Archaeology: Issues of Culture, Identity and KnowledgeArchaeological Theory Today19999/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:20:21241–261Polity PressCambridgeHodder, Ian
journalArticle1999Zimmerman, Larry JDisputing the Past: Challenging Archaeology's RoleThe Wyoming Archaeologist199912/14/2016 1:05:0712/14/2016 1:05:07143
journalArticle2000Acheson, NealPublic ArchaeologyPublic Archaeology20009/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:26:371–411
book2000Bender, Susan J; Smith, George STeaching Archaeology in the Twenty-first Century20009/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:27:58152Society for American ArchaeologyWashington, D.C.
book2000Brodie, Neil; Doole, Jenny; Watson, PeterStealing History: The Illicit Trade in Cultural Material 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:27:50McDonald Institute for Archaeological ResearchCambridge
journalArticle2000Carman, JohnTheorising a Realm of Practice: introducing archaeological heritage management as a research fieldInternational Journal of Heritage Studies 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:29:17303–308No. 46
journalArticle2000Faulkner, NeilArchaeology from BelowPublic Archaeology 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:12:3721–3311
book2000Graham, B; Ashworth, G J; Tunbridge, J EA Geography of Heritage: Power, Culture and Economy20009/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:11:29ArnoldLondon
bookSection2000Herscher, Ellen; McManahon, Francis PPublic Education and Outreach: The Obligation to EducateEthical Issues in Archaeology20009/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:26:5249–51AltamiraWalnut Creek, CaliforniaZimmerman, Larry
journalArticle2000Holtorf, CorneliusEngaging with Multiple Pasts: Reply to Francis McManamonPublic Archaeology 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:16:01214–21531
bookSection2000Isbell, William HWhat We Should be Studying: The "imagined" community and the "natural" communityThe Archaeology of Communities: A New World Perspective20009/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:54:49243–266RoutledgeLondonCanuto, Marcello A; Yaeger, Jason
book2000Jeppson, Patrice L; McDavid, CarolAbstract, Invited Presidential Session, “Public Archaeology: International Perspectives, Debate and Critique”, American Anthropological Association (archived at; accessed May 2009.20009/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:10:55
journalArticle2000McManamon, Francis PArchaeological Messages and MessengersPublic Archaeology 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:12:045–2011
journalArticle2000McManamon, Francis PPromoting an Archaeological Perspective: A response to Cornelius HoltorfPublic Archaeology 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:20:39216–21931
book2000Renfrew, ColinLoot, Legitimacy and Ownership20009/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:18:56DuckworthLondon
bookSection2000Smardz, Karolyn EDigging with Kids: Teaching Students to Touch the PastThe Archaeology Education Handbook: Sharing the Past with Kids20009/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:15:02234–248Altamira PressWalnut Creek, CaliforniaSmardz, Karolyn E; Smith, Shelley J
book2000Smardz, Karolyn E; Smith, Shelley JThe Archaeology Education Handbook: Sharing the Past with Kids20009/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:28:08Altamira PressWalnut Creek, California
journalArticle2000Smith, Laurajane"Doing Archaeology": cultural heritage management and its role in identifying the link between archaeological practice and theoryInternational Journal of Heritage Studies 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:15:24309–31646
book2000Thomas, David HurstSkull Wars: Kennewick Man, Archaeology, and the Battle for Native Identity20009/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:27:40Basic BooksNew York
bookSection2000Watkins, Joe; Pyburn, K Anne; Cressey, PamCommunity Relations: What the Practicing Archaeologist Needs to Know to Work Effectively with Local and/or Descendant Communities.Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century20009/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:13:5373–81The Society for American ArchaeologyWashington, D.C.Bender, Susan; Smith, George S
bookSection2000Yellowhorn, EldonIndians, Archaeology, and the Changing WorldEthics in American Archaeology200012/14/2016 1:04:4912/14/2016 1:04:49126–137Society for American ArchaeologyWashington, D.C.Lynott, Mark J.; Wylie, Alison2nd Revise
book2001Barton, Craig EvanSites of Memory: Perspectives on Architecture and Race20019/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:27:38Princeton, Architectural PressNew York, NY
bookSection2001Bisheh, GOne damn illicit excavation after another: the destruction of the archaeological heritage of JordanTrade in illicit antiquities: the destruction of the world's archaeological heritage20019/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:19:40115–118McDonald Institute MonographsCambridgeBrodie, N; Doole, J; Renfrew, A Colin
conferencePaper2001Brown, Kenneth LInterwoven Traditions: Archaeology of the Conjurer's Cabins and the African American Cemetery at the Jordan and Frogmore PlantationsPlaces of Cultural Memory: African Reflections on the American Landscape20019/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:17:5999–113National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. Available at ..Atlanta, Georgia
book2001Cantwell, Anne-Marie; Wall, Diana DiZergaUnearthing Gotham: The Archaeology of New York City0-300-09799-920019/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:31:18374Yale University PressNew Haven
conferencePaper2001Carman, JohnTowards a 21st Century Archaeology for Everyone: uniting current theory with the wider communityESF Workshop "Quo Vadis Archaeology"20019/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:30:03Warsaw, Poland
conferencePaper2001Carman, John; PatriciaWar in Prehistoric Society: Modern Views of Ancient ViolenceWarfare, violence and slavery in prehistory and proto-history20019/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:54:38University of Sheffield, UK
journalArticle2001Chapman, Carol FlakeRaw Roots, Excavations for plantation artifacts–and the real truth–are unraveling the genteel gloss covering Texans' old notions about the slave tradeHouston Press20019/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:27:0335–42
report2001Cooper, Doreen CA Century at the Moore/Kirmse House:20019/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:11:00340US Department of the Interior National Park ServiceSkagway, Alaska
book2001Crooke, ElizabethPolitics, Archaeology and the Creation of a National Museum of Ireland: An Expression of National Life\textlessa href="tel:0716527294"\textgreater0716527294\textless/a\textgreater 1:05:0312/14/2016 1:20:19232Irish Academic PressDublin
book2001Delgado, Richard; Stefancic, JeanCritical Race Theory: An Introduction20019/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:14:30New York University PressNew York
bookSection2001Denning, Kathryn ESites of Learning: Getting Dirty in the Computer LabBeyond the Bells and Whistles: A Critical Look at Content and Meaning on Archaeologicl Web Sites20019/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:27:37Long Beach, CA
journalArticle2001Eichstedt, Jennifer LProblematic White Identities and a Search for Racial JusticeSociological Forum 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:20:35445–470316
book2001Evans, MargorieFreedmen's Town restoration hopes reside in Yates houseC:$\backslash$My Documents$\backslash$Freedmen's Town & Yates Museum$\backslash$Mission, history, articles, general$\backslash$HoustonChronicle_com2.htm20019/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:16:44Houston, TX
journalArticle2001Faulkner, NeilThe Sedgeford project, Norfolk: an experiment in popular participation and dialectical methodArchaeology International2048-419410.5334/ai.v5i0.139 1:04:5712/14/2016 1:04:5716–205
journalArticle2001Finn, ChristineMixed Messages: Archaeology and the MediaPublic Archaeology 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:19:08261–26841
journalArticle2001Funari, Pedro Paulo APublic Archaeology from a Latin American PerspectivePublic Archaeology 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:26:47239–24341
book2001Garrett, KimThe Race to Save the Levi Jordan/Descendants hope state will take over restoration efforts20019/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:29:369A
journalArticle2001Hall, MHistorical archaeologyAmerican Anthropologist short journal articles pertaining to Anthropology and Archaeology are collected in this packet.200112/14/2016 1:04:3612/14/2016 1:17:27660–6622104
book2001Hanel, Shawna"As Long As You Think You're White..." 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:12:58An exhibition of photographs and web site20059/27/2016RMIT University, School of Creative Media, Faculty of Art, Design and CommunicationMelbourne, AustraliaHanel, Shawna
journalArticle2001Hardesty, Donald LComments on "Historical Archaeology Adrift"Historical Archaeology20019/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:13:4323–24235
book2001Hunter, James DavisonCulture Wars: The Struggle To Define America20019/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:14:48432Basic BooksNew York
journalArticle2001Iyer, Alessandra Lopez y RoyoSculpture, Dance and Heritage: animating dance sequences from temple reliefs using movement modelling softwareInternet Archaeology 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:27:3010
book2001Jarraud, NicEquality on the Internet–it's a myth 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:16:1620022/8/2002Idiom@ic
conferencePaper2001Jeppson, Patrice LPitfalls, Pratfalls, and Pragmatism in Public ArchaeologyAnnual Meetings of the Society for Historical and Underwater Archaeology20019/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:20:12173–Long Beach, California
book2001Jeppson, Patrice Lre: need a citation if you know it20019/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:27:11
book2001Kaplan, DavidHOUSTON HOMES / The Inner Loop: Clashing visions of urban living / The big question is how neighborhoods will look after they are developed 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:17:398/31/2009Houston ChronicleHouston
book2001Kobylynski, ZQuo Vadis Archaeologica? Whither European Archaeology in the 21st century?20019/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:26:57Polish Academy of SciencesWarsaw
bookSection2001Kristiansen, KBorders of Ignorance: research communities and languageQuo Vadis Archaeologica? Whither European Archaeology in the 21st century?20019/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:13:11Polish Academy of SciencesWarsawKobylinski, Z
journalArticle2001Leader-Elliot, LynHeritage, Tourism and Integrity: Making it workBulletin of the Australasian Institute for Maritime Archaeology20019/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:17:2469–7425
book2001Lienhard, John HInformatization 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:17:5420018/2/
journalArticle2001Little, Barbara JKeeping up with the Past – Updating Guidance for Archeological Best PracticesCRM 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:18:3821–24724
bookSection2001McCarthy, John PFrom African-American Cemeteries in New York And Philadelphia toward a Community-Based Paradigm for the Excavation and Analysis of Human RemainsHuman Remains: Conservation, Retrieval, and Analysis20019/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:16:4811–15BAR International SeriesOxfordWilliams, Emily
conferencePaper2001McDavid, CarolDescendent Communities, Archaeologists, and the Internet: A tool for the powerful, or a tool for empowerment, paper presented in an electronic Symposium, "Working with Indigenous People and Other Descendent Communities", chaired by Larry Zimmerman and BrAnnual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology20019/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:14:57New Orleans, Louisiana
conferencePaper2001McDavid, CarolFrom Archaeological Interpretation to Public Interpretation: Collaboration within the Discipline for a better Public ArchaeologyAnnual Meetings of the Society for Historical Archaeology20019/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:16:49Long Beach, California
conferencePaper2001McDavid, CarolNew audiences, new discourses? Session introduction and research report: Evaluating visitor response to archaeological content on the InternetAnnual Meetings of the Society for Historical Archaeology20019/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:19:27Long Beach, California
bookSection2001Meskell, LynnArchaeologies of IdentityArchaeological Theory Today20019/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:12:10187–213Polity/BlackwellCambridge, Oxford, and Malden, Mass.Hodder, Ian
report2001Moore, Roger; Wagner, Janet K & CompanyLand Use Study: Obedience Smith Survey A-696, South Half Lot 39 Houston, Harris County, Texas20019/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:18:43Submitted to Law Engineering and the Houston Independent School District. Copies available from the Texas Historical Commission and the Houston Independent School District.
book2001Neumann, Thomas WPracticing Archaeology: A Training Manual for Cultural Resources Archaeology20019/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:20:24Alta Mira PressWalnut Creek, CA
book2001Novick, PeterThe Holocaust and Collective Memory20019/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:28:42Bloomsbury PublishingNew York
book2001Olafson, Steve"African-American Pompeii" enthralls researchers20019/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:11:1933AHouston
thesis2001Phaup, Nancy AnnCultural modification of buttons at the Levi Jordan plantation, Brazoria County, Texas20019/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:14:44139University of HoustonHouston
journalArticle2001Preucel, Robert W; Bauer, Alexander AArchaeological PragmaticsNorwegian Archaeological Review, Vol. 34, No. 2, 200120019/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:12:06234
journalArticle2001Samuelson, Robert JBroadband's Faded Promise–high-speed home Internet service is the wave of the future. But the future isn't now.Newsweek20019/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:13:1351
journalArticle2001Scham, SAThe archaeology of the disenfranchisedJournal of Archaeological Method and Theory 1:04:4812/14/2016 1:28:17183–21328
book2001Shackel, Paul AMyth, Memory, and the Making of the American Landscape0-8130-2718-7/0-8130-2104-9 (hardcover)20019/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:19:14286University Press of FloridaGainesville
book2001Siciliano, JeanetteThe Profile20019/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:29:332Houston Archeology Society
journalArticle2001Tarlow, SarahDecoding EthicsPublic Archaeology 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:14:53245–26041
book2001Trent, SydneyThere's No Box to Account for our History 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:29:38B01Washington, D.C.
report2001UnknownLevi Jordan Plantation Historical Society Agenda for Sept. 15, 200120019/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:18:501Levi Jordan Plantation Historical Society
journalArticle2001Uunila, Kirsti"It's like my family": Using Archaeology to create IdentitySHA Newsletter20019/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:18:346–7334
bookSection2001Watkins, JoeEthics in Anthropology and ArchaeologyIndigenous Archaeology20019/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:16:2323–36Altamira PressWalnut Creek, Lanham, New York, Oxford
book2001Watkins, JoeIndigenous Archaeology: American Indian Values and Scientific Practice20019/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:17:53Altamira PressWalnut Creek, California
book2001Yalouri, EThe Acropolis: Global Fame, Local Claim20019/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:28:05BergOxford
journalArticle2002Altschul, J HAlternative methods of disseminating archaeolological findings from CRM contexts: examples from the American SouthwestArcheologia e Calcolatori: An International Journal in the Field of Archaeology and Information Technology 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:11:40179–18613
journalArticle2002Ardren, TraciConversations about the production of archaeological knowledge and community museums at Chunchucmil and Kochol, Yucatan, MexicoWorld Archaeology0043-824310.1080/0043824022000007161 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:14:22379–400234
book2002Brodie, Neil; Tubb, Kathryn WalkerIllicit Antiquities: The Theft of Culture and the Extinction of Archaeology20029/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:17:45RoutledgeLondon
journalArticle2002Brown, Kenneth L(forthcoming) Social Archaeology and the Impact of the Imposed Labor System on the Origin and Evolution of African-American CultureInternational Journal of Historical Archaeology20029/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:16:36
book2002Carman, JohnArchaeology & Heritage: An Introduction0-8264-5895-520029/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:12:39228ContinuumLondon, New York
book2002Foner, EricWho Owns History?20029/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:55:01Hill and WangNew York
bookSection2002Harris, LynnUnderwater Heritage and the Diving CommunityPublic Benefits of Archaeology20029/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:31:1759–73University Press of FloridaGainesvilleLittle, Barbara
book2002Henderson, ClarenceHellhound on my trail: Aswang and Legba at the Crossroads of Life 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:17:10200411/19/2016Asia Pacific Management Forum
book2002Hunter, John; Ralston, IanArchaeological Resource Management in the UK: An Introduction20029/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:12:07Sutton PublishingLondonSecond
book2002Joyce, Rosemary AThe Languages of Archaeology: Dialogue, Narrative and Writing0-631-22179-420029/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:28:54176Blackwell PublishersOxfordHodder, Ian
bookSection2002King, Thomas FIntroduction: Thinking about Cultural Resource ManagementThinking About Cultural Resource Management: Essays from the Edge20029/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:18:26xiii–xixRowman & Littlefield PublishingWalnut Creek, Lanham, New York, OxfordKing, Thomas F
bookSection2002King, Thomas FWhat is Section 106 Review Anyhow? Two viewsThinking About Cultural Resource Management: Essays from the Edge20029/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:54:4338–47Rowman & Littlefield PublishingWalnut Creek, Lanham, New York, OxfordKing, Thomas F
bookSection2002King, Thomas FDoing a job on Culture: Effective but Self-serving Communication with One of Archaeology's PublicsThinking About Cultural Resource Management: Essays from the Edge20029/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:15:214–14Rowman & Littlefield PublishingWalnut Creek, Lanham, New York, OxfordKing, Thomas F
bookSection2002King, Thomas FWhat's Really Wrong with NAGPRAThinking about Cultural Resource Management: Essays from the Edge20029/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:54:48103–111Alta Mira PressWalnut Creek, Lanham, New York, OxfordKing, Thomas F
book2002King, Thomas FThinking About Cultural Resource Management: Essays from the Edge20029/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:29:55Rowman & Littlefield Publishing
book2002Lippert, DorothyRepatriation Reader: Who Owns American Indian Remains?, Repatriation Reader: Who Owns American Indian Remains?0011-3204 Reader: Who Owns American Indian Remains? Devon A. Mihesuah. ed. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2000. 335 pp. $20 (paper).200212/14/2016 1:04:3612/14/2016 1:27:1280, 80–83, 8325, 25University of Nebraska PressLincolnPMID: 4357649
bookSection2002Little, BarbaraArchaeology as a Shared VisionPublic Benefits of Archaeology20029/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:12:31University Press of FloridaGainesvilleLittle, Barbara J
journalArticle2002Marshall, YvonneWhat is community archaeology?World Archaeology 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:54:42211–219234
book2002Marshall, YvonneWorld Archaeology, special issue "Community Archaeology"20029/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:55:0634:02:002RoutledgeDurham, EnglandMarshall, Yvonne
journalArticle2002McDavid, CarolArchaeologies that hurt; descendants that matter: a pragmatic approach to collaboration in the public interpretation of African-American archaeologyWorld Archaeology0043-824310.1080/0043824022000007116 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:12:11303–314234John H. Jameson, Jr.
thesis2002McDavid, CarolFrom Real Space to Cyberspace: The Internet and Public Archaeological Practice20029/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:16:52University of CambridgeCambridge
journalArticle2002Meskell, LynnNegative Heritage and Past Mastering in ArchaeologyAnthropological Quarterly 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:19:25557–57437
journalArticle2002Moser, Stephanie; Glazier, Darren; Phillips, James E; el Nemr, Lamya Nasser; Richardson, Susan; Conner, Andrew; Seymour, Michael; Nasser, Lamya; Saleh, Mohammed; Aiesh, Rascha NasrTransforming archaeology through practice: strategies for collaborative archaeology and the Community Archaeology Project at Quseir, EgyptWorld Archaeology 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:31:11220–248234
book2002National Center for Cultural Resources, TheFederal Historic Preservation Laws20029/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:16:34National Park Service, Department of the InteriorWashington, D.C.
bookSection2002Politis, GDealing with the Dealers and Tomb Robbers: The realities of the archaeology of the Ghor es-Safi in JordanIllicit Antiquities: The Theft of Culture and the Extinction of Archaeology20029/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:14:50257–267RoutledgeLondonBrodie, N; Tubb, K Walker
book2002Project, Pew InternetAfrican Americans and the Internet 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:11:2120035/15/2003Pew Internet Project
journalArticle2002Sen, SwadhinCommunity Boundary, secularized religion and imagined past in Bangladesh: archaeology and historiography of unequal encounterWorld Archaeology0043-824310.1080/0043824022000007143 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:13:49346–362234
journalArticle2002Silverman, HelaineTouring Ancient Times: The Present and Presented Past in Contemporary PeruAmerican Archaeologist20029/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:29:58881–9023104
journalArticle2002Skeates, RobinSpeaking for the past in the present: text, authority, and learning in archaeology museums.Public Archaeology 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:27:46209–21842
bookSection2002Thomas, David HurstRoadside Ruins: Does America still need Archaeology Museums?Public Benefits of Archaeology20029/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:27:25130–145University Press of FloridaGainesvilleLittle, Barbara
book2002Unknown; Chronicle, HoustonTime Machine: Slave plantation an unvarnished look at Texas' 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:29:5720024/8/2002Houston Chronicle
journalArticle2002Wellman, JThe Underground Railroad and the National Register of Historic Places: Historical Importance vs. Architectural IntegrityThe Public Historian 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:29:4311–30124
book2002Wheatley, David; Gillings, MarkSpatial Technology and Archaeology20029/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:27:45Taylor and FrancisBoca Raton, Florida
journalArticle2002Whiteley, Peter MArchaeologyArchaeology and Oral Tradition: The Scientific Importance of DialogueAmerican Antiquity 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:12:30405–415367
book2002Wise, TimHonky Wanna Cracker? 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:17:3420095/8/2009Rose, Christine
book2002Wylie, AlisonThinking From Things0-520-22361-620029/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:29:56339University of California PressBerkeley
book2003Adamu, MoshehPersonal communication by participant.20039/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:20:10
journalArticle2003Barkan, Elazar; Bush, RonaldClaiming the Stones/Naming the Bones: Cultural Property and the Negotiation of National and Ethnic Identity20039/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:13:34
journalArticle2003Beisaw, April M; Gibb, James GTesting Community History: The Archaeology of Schoolhouse Sites April M. Beisaw and James G. Gibb Paper presented at the 68200312/14/2016 1:04:4112/14/2016 1:04:41April
book2003Bowen, MichaelI say Potato 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:18:3120043/15/2004Michael Bowen
conferencePaper2003Brown, Kenneth LSpirits and Ancestors: Archaeology and the Role of Peoples of African Descent in Adapting Christianity into their SpiritualityTenth Annual Deerfield-Wellesley Symposium in American Culture, African Cultures in the North American Diaspora: An Interdisciplinary Symposium.20039/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:27:48Deerfield, Massachusetts
report2003Brown, Kenneth LManagement Summary Report for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department: The Levi Jordan Plantation State Historic Site, Brazoria County, Texas20039/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:18:5820Texas Parks and Wildlife DepartmentHouston
report2003Brown, Kenneth LReport to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The Levi Jordan Plantation State Historic Site, Technical Report Series, No. 1: The Levi Jordan Plantation Research Design. Houston, TX.20039/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:27:13Texas Parks and WildlifeHouston, TX
report2003Brown, Kenneth LThe Archaeology of Cabin I-A-1: The Praise House. Report to the Report to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department20039/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:28:11110University of HoustonHouston, Texas
journalArticle2003Carman, JohnLegacies of War in Creating a common European IdentityInternational Journal of Heritage Studies 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:18:47135–15029
bookSection2003Derry, LindaConsequences of Involving Archaeology in Contemporary Community IssuesArchaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in Exploring the Past0-932839-24-X20039/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:13:5819–29Society for American ArchaeologyWashington, D.C.Derry, Linda; Malloy, Maureen
book2003Derry, Linda; Malloy, MaureenArchaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in Exploring the Past20039/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:12:21The Society for American ArchaeologyWashington
conferencePaper2003Edwards-Ingram, YwoneThe Struggles and Accomplishments of Enslaved Women in VirginiaTenth Annual Deerfield-Wellesley Symposium in American Culture, African Cultures in the North American Diaspora: An Interdisciplinary Symposium.20039/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:29:41Deerfield, Massachusetts
conferencePaper2003Fennell, ChristopherInstrumental and Emblematic Expressions in African Diasporas of the Trans-Atlantic Slave TradeTenth Annual Deerfield-Wellesley Symposium in American Culture, African Cultures in the North American Diaspora: An Interdisciplinary Symposium.20039/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:17:57Deerfield, Massachusetts
book2003Gardyn, RebeccaBuilding Board Diversity: Charities look for ways to recruit the perfect mix of trustees 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:13:1712/1/2003
journalArticle2003Gillespie, Susan D; Nichols, Deborah LArchaeology is AnthropologyArchaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association20039/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:12:42Number 13Johnson, Jay K
book2003Hodder, Ian; Hutson, ScottReading the Past: Current Approaches to Interpretation in Archaeology0-521-52884-420039/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:27:04293Cambridge University PressCambridgeThird Edit
book2003Howard, Joel CPressing Matters: Archaeology students dig for printing history20039/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:20:33169Houston, Texas
book2003Howard, PHeritage: management, interpretation, and identity20039/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:17:18ContinuumLondon
bookSection2003Jameson Jr., John H; Jameson Jr., John HPurveyors of the Past: Education and Outreach as Ethical Imperatives in ArchaeologyEthical Issues in Archaeology20039/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:26:56153–162AltamiraWalnut CreekZimmerman, Larry
bookSection2003Jeppson, Patrice L; Brauer, GeorgeHey, did you hear about the teacher who took the class out to dig a site? Some common misconceptions about archaeology in schoolsSAA Community Partnership Handbook20039/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:17:26Society for American ArchaeologyWashington, D.C.Derry, Linda; Malloy, Maureen
book2003Johnson, LenwoodStreet Closure in Freedmen's Town20039/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:27:53email communication copied to several peopleHouston, TXCollins, Nancy P
book2003King, Thomas FPlaces That Count, Traditional Cultural Properties in Cultural Resource Management20039/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:20:14Rowman AltamiraNew York
book2003Lock, GaryUsing Computers in Archaeology: Towards Virtual Pasts20039/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:54:29RoutledgeLondon
book2003Marcom, RobertDigging Up Texas: A Guide to the Archaeology of the State1-55622-937-220039/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:14:59251Republic of Texas PressPlano
journalArticle2003Martindale, AndrewDefining the Middle PeriodBC Studies200312/14/2016 1:04:5612/14/2016 1:04:5613–50138
bookSection2003McDavid, CarolContext, Collaboration and Power: The Public Archaeology of the Levi Jordan PlantationSAA Community Partnership Handbook20039/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:14:13Society for American ArchaeologyWashington, D.C.Derry, Linda; Malloy, Maureen
conferencePaper2003McDavid, CarolPublic Archaeology and the Internet: One Case Study in African Diaspora ArchaeologyTenth Annual Deerfield-Wellesley Symposium in American Culture, African Cultures in the North American Diaspora: An Interdisciplinary Symposium.20039/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:26:43Deerfield, Massachusetts
conferencePaper2003McDavid, CarolThe Internet and Public Archaeological Practice: A Critical look at the Hype of HypertextWorld Archaeology Congress20039/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:28:46Washington, DC
conferencePaper2003McDavid, CarolSession co-chair (with Joe Watkins and Anna Agbe-Davies), panel discussion entitled "Collaboration, Consultation, Descendants and more: Looking reflexively at the concepts archaeologists use"World Archaeology Congress20039/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:27:34Washington, DC
journalArticle2003Mullins, Paul REngagement and the Color Line: Race, Renewal and Public Archaeology in the Urban MidwestUrban Anthropology20039/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:15:59205–229232
journalArticle2003Pollock, SusanThe looting of the Iraq MuseumPublic Archaeology 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:28:57117–12423
journalArticle2003Reid, DebraRural African American Progressive Reform and Historic Site InterpretationALHFAM Bulletin20039/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:27:2723–33Spring
journalArticle2003Ritchie, Don; Shopes, LindaOral History Excluded from IRB Review: Application of the Department of Health and Human Services Regulations for the Protection of Human Subjects at 45 CFR Part 46, Subpart A, Archived from the original on 17 January 2008. See 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:19:51
book2003Ritchie, Donald ADoing Oral History: A Practical Guide20039/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:15:27Oxford University PressOxfordSecond
journalArticle2003Scham, Sandra Arnold; Yahya, AdelHeritage and ReconciliationJournal of Social Archaeology 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:17:11399–41633
book2003Shackel, Paul AMemory in Black and White: Race Commemoration, and the Post-Bellum Landscape0-7591-0263-520039/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:19:01250AltamiraWalnut Creek, CA
report2003Steen, Carl; R.P. Stephen Davis, J RRestoration Excavations at Somerset Place Plantation State Historic Site, 1994 and 200120039/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:27:19246North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources Division of State Historic Sites
bookSection2003Uunila, KirstiSukeek's Cabin: Archaeology, A Family's Story, and Building CommunityArchaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in Exploring the Past20039/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:27:5431–44Society for American ArchaeologyWashington, D.C.Derry, Linda; Malloy, Maureen
report2003Wagner, Janet K & CompanyArchival Research for the South Half of Lot 39 Obedience Smith Survey, Houston, Harris County, Texas200312/14/2016 1:04:4012/14/2016 1:04:40Submitted to the Houston Independent School District. Copies available from the Texas Historical Commission and the Houston Independent School District
book2003Zimmerman, Larry JPresenting the Past20039/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:20:307Altamira PressWalnut Creek, CAZimmerman, Larry; Green, William
journalArticle2004Barile, Kerri SRace, the National Register, and Cultural Resource Management: Creating an Historic Context for Postbellum SitesHistorical Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:27:0090–100138
bookSection2004Blakey, Michael LChapter 3: Theory: An Ethical Epistemology of Publicly Engaged Biocultural ResearchSkeletal Biology Final Report Volume I20049/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:13:2698–115National Parks Service, African Burial Ground Monument and, Michael L; Rankin-Hill, Lesley M
book2004Block, JohnOnline Panels and the Digital Divide 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:19:4120062/3/2016NPD Insights
journalArticle2004Brown, Kenneth LEthnographic Analogy, Archaeology, and the African Diaspora: Perspectives from a Tenant CommunityHistorical Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:15:0912/14/2016 1:16:2579–89138
bookSection2004Chambers, ErveEpilogue: Archaeology, Heritage, and Public EndeavorPlaces in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology0-415-94645-X 1:04:4212/14/2016 1:04:42194–209Routledge
journalArticle2004Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Chip; Ferguson, T. J.Virtue Ethics and the Practice of History: Native Americans and Archaeologists along the San Pedro Valley of ArizonaJournal of Social Archaeology1469605310.1177/1469605304039848 nearly a century archaeologists have endeavored to illuminate 12,000 years of Native American history in the San Pedro Valley of southeastern Arizona. Although this scholarship has established an essential foundation, it is limited by the construction of history through the singular interpretive framework of western scientific practice. The Tohono O’odham, Hopi, Zuni and Western Apache peoples all maintain oral traditions that provide alternative voices about the lives of their ancestors. This article examines the ethical environment of a collaborative ethnohistory project, which sought to document Native American histories and adjoin humanistic understandings of the past with scientific findings. We argue that a Virtue Ethics approach to the social context of this research offers sound moral guidance to a flourishing ethic of collaboration. Using this work as a case study, we aim to extend the available research models for future anthropological inquiry and broaden the ethical framework of historical research.2/1/200412/14/2016 1:04:4512/14/2016 1:04:455–2714
bookSection2004Davidson, James MLiving Symbols of 'Their Life Long Struggles': In Search of the Home and Household in the Heart of Freedman's Town, Dallas, TexasHousehold Choices and Household Chores: Theorizing Domestic Relationships and Social Spaces in Historical Archaeology.0-8173-5098-5200412/14/2016 1:05:0312/14/2016 1:18:5375–106The University of Alabama PressTuscaloosaBarile, Kerri S; Brandon, Jamie C
journalArticle2004DeCuir, Jessica T; Dixson, Adrienne D"So When It Comes Out, They Aren't That Surprised That Is Is There": Using Critical Race Theory as a Tool of Analysis of Race and Racism in EducationEducational Researcher 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:27:4426–31June/July
journalArticle2004Epperson, Terence WCritical Race Theory and the Archaeology of the African DiasporaHistorical Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:14:28101–108138
journalArticle2004Franklin, Maria; McKee, LarryTranscending Boundaries, Transforming the Discipline: African Diaspora Archaeologies in the New MilleniumHistorical Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:31:1038:01:00
bookSection2004Gosden, ChrisThe Past and Foreign Countries: colonial and post-colonial archaeology and anthropologyA Companion to Social Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:29:19161–178BlackwellOxfordMeskell, Lynn; Preucel, Robert
conferencePaper2004Jeppson, Patrice LDoing Our Homework: Rethinking the Goals and Responsibilities of Archaeology Outreach to SchoolsChanging the World with Archaeology: Activist Archaeology200412/14/2016 1:04:3512/14/2016 1:04:35University of Alabama PressTuscaloosa, ALStottman, Jay
book2004Jones, SiânEarly Medieval Sculpture and the Production of Meaning, Value and Place: The Case of Hilton of Cadboll1-903570-43-320049/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:15:4675Historic ScotlandEdinburgh
bookSection2004Joseph, Joe WResistance and Compliance: CRM and the Archaeology of the African DiasporaHistorical Archaeology. Special issue Transcending Boundaries, Transforming the Discipline: African Diaspora Archaeologies in the New Millenium20049/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:27:1618–3138:01:001Society for Historical ArchaeologyCalifornia, PennsylvaniaFranklin, Maria; McKee, Larry
journalArticle2004Lamphere, LouiseThe Convergence of Applied, Practicing, and Public Anthropology in the 21st CenturyHuman Organization20049/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:28:22431–443463
journalArticle2004Lloyd, Keith STeaching The Elusive White Student: Encouraging White Students To Think Multi-Culturally While Challenging The Myth Of WhitenessAURCO Journal20049/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:27:5977–92Spring10
journalArticle2004Mack, Mark E; Blakey, Michael LThe New York African Burial Ground Project: Past Biases, Current Dilemmas, and Future Research OpportunitiesHistorical Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:29:0810–17138
journalArticle2004Matthews, Christopher NPublic Significance and Imagined Archaeologists: Authoring Pasts in ContextInternational Journal of Historical Archaeology 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:26:551–2518
conferencePaper2004McDavid, CarolPublic Archaeology as a pathway to understanding: Rethinking the heritage "product"Making the Means Transparent:Research methodologies in heritage studies conference20049/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:26:45University of Cambridge, England
bookSection2004McDavid, CarolFrom "Traditional" Archaeology to Public Archaeology to Community Action: The Levi Jordan Plantation ProjectPlaces in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology20049/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:16:5635–56RoutledgeNew YorkShackel, Paul; Chambers, Erve
bookSection2004McDavid, CarolTowards a More Democratic Archaeology? The Internet and Public Archaeological PracticePublic Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:30:04159–187RoutledgeLondonMerriman, Nick
conferencePaper2004McDavid, CarolA Pragmatic Archaeology for Collaboration and Reform: The Yates Community Archaeology ProjectSociety for Historical Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:11:52St. Louis, MO.
manuscript2004McDavid, Carol; Bruner, David; Marcom, RobertBrochure for the Yates Community Archaeology Program20049/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:13:14
book2004McGhee, Fred LOral History Interviews with Freedman's Town community members20049/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:19:53On file at Fred L. McGhee & Associates, Inc.
journalArticle2004McGhee, Fred LThe Houston High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (HSPVA) and Gregory-Lincoln Education Center Collaborative Historic Preservation Project Research Program. Copy available at 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:28:44
book2004McGhee, Fred LOral History Interview with Mr. John Fenley, November 19, 200420049/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:19:56On file at Fred L. McGhee & Associates, Inc.
bookSection2004Merriman, NickInvolving the Public in Museum ArchaeologyPublic Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:18:2885–108RoutledgeNew YorkMerriman, Nick
bookSection2004Merriman, NickIntroduction: Diversity and dissonance in public archaeologyPublic Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:18:051–19RoutledgeNew York
book2004Merriman, NickPublic Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:26:39RoutledgeLondon and New York
conferencePaper2004Michalowski, PPlunder Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: The Cuneiformist DilemmaAcademic Meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research20049/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:20:17San Antonio, Texas
bookSection2004Mullins, Paul RAfrican-American Heritage in a Multicultural CommunityPlaces in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology20049/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:11:1057–69RoutledgeNew YorkShackel, Paul A; Chambers, Erve
book2004Mullins, Paul RDiscussant Comments for Session "Can Archaeology Change the World"20049/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:15:04St. Louis, MO.
journalArticle2004Nassaney, Michael SImplementing Community Service Learning through Archaeological PracticeMichigan Journal of Community Service Learning20049/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:17:4789–99310
journalArticle2004Olivier, LThe Past of the Present: Archaeological Memory and TimeArchaeological Dialogues 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:29:22204–213210
book2004Orfield, Gary; Lee, Chungmei; Lee, Professor Gary Orfield; ChungmeiBrown At 50: King's Dream or Plessy's Nightmare? 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:13:1520041/21/
bookSection2004Reeves, Matthew BAsking the "Right" Questions: Archaeologists and Descendant CommunitiesPlaces in Mind: Archaeology as Applied Anthropology20049/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:12:57RoutledgeLondonShackel, Paul A; Chambers, Erve
book2004Rowan; Yorke; Baram, UziMarketing Heritage: Archaeology and the Consumption of the Past200412/14/2016 1:04:3812/14/2016 1:04:38AltaMira PressLanham, Maryland
book2004Secretariat of the Convention on Biological DiversityAkwé: Kon Voluntary guidelines for the conduct of cultural, environmental and social impact assessments regarding developments proposed to take place on, or which are likely to impact on, sacred sites and on lands and waters traditionally occupied or used20049/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:11:3225Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Brochure located online at
book2004Shackel, Paul A; Chambers, Erve JPlaces in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology20049/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:20:13RoutledgeNew York
bookSection2004Shadla-Hall, TimThe comforts of unreason: the importance and relevance of Alternative archaeologyPublic Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:28:20RoutledgeLondonMerriman, Nick
book2004Shopes, Linda; Ritchie, DonAn Update on the Exclusion of Oral History from IRB Review 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:11:47Association web site20094/20/2009Oral History Association
bookSection2004Smardz-Frost, Karolyn EArchaeology and Public Education in North America: view from the beginning of the millenniumPublic Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:12:2959–84RoutledgeLondon and New YorkMerriman, Nick
book2004Smith, LaurajaneArchaeological Theory and the Politics of Cultural Heritage20049/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:12:09RoutledgeLondon
journalArticle2004Talalay, Lauren EThe past as commodity: archaeological images in modern advertisingPublic Archaeology 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:29:20205–21643
journalArticle2004White, Nancy Marie; Weisman, Brent R; Tykot, Robert H; Wells, E Christian; Davis-Salazar, Karla L; Arthur, John W; Weedman, KathrynAcademic Archaeology is Public ArchaeologySAA Archaeological Record20049/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:10:5726–2924
book2004Wiedman, Dennis; Bennett, LindaNAPA Bulletin #19 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:19:15200411/30/2004NAPA
journalArticle2004Wilkie, Laurie AConsidering the Future of African American ArchaeologyHistorical Archaeology20049/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:14:00109–123138
book2005Abrams, Samuel J; Pope, Jeremy CCulture War? The Myth of a Polarized America20059/28/2014 19:15:5612/14/2016 1:14:49LongmanLondon
book2005Anderson, Gary ClaytonThe Conquest of Texas: Ethnic Cleansing the the Promised Land20059/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:28:21University of Oklahoma PressNorman
book2005Ashworth, G J; Graham, BSenses of Place: Senses of Time20059/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:27:33AshgateLondon
journalArticle2005Brodie, Neil; Renfrew, ColinLooting and the World's Archaeological Heritage: The Inadequate ResponseAnnual Review of Anthropology 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:18:55343–361342005
book2005Carman, JohnAgainst Cultural Property: Archaeology, Heritage and Ownership0-7156-3402-X20059/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:11:28143DuckworthLondonHodges, Richard
bookSection2005Davis, M ElaineChapter 6: Making Meaning of the PastHow Students understand the Past20059/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:13:2789–106Altamira PressWalnut CreekDavis, M Elaine
book2005Davis, M ElaineHow Students Understand the Past: From Theory to Practice0-7591-0043-820059/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:17:42189Altamira PressNew York, NY
bookSection2005Franklin, MariaHistorical Archaeology that Matters Beyond AcademicsUnlocking the Past: Historical Archaeology in North America20059/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:17:28189–194University Press of FloridaGainesvilleDe Cunzo, Lu Ann; Jameson, John
bookSection2005Funari, Pedro PauloReassessing archaeological significance: heritage of value and archaeology of renown in BrazilHeritage of Value, Archaeology of Renown: Reshaping assessment and significance20059/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:27:05135–149University of Florida PressGainesvilleMatthers, Clay; Darvill, Timothy; Little, Barbara
journalArticle2005Gibb, JamesReview of "Archaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in Exploring the Past"Historical Archaeology20059/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:27:20139–141239
journalArticle2005Hamilakis, YannisWhose World and Whose Archaeology?Archaeologies 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:55:0294–10121
book2005Hirst, K Kris; Hirst, SteveThe Wasteflake Project; 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:29:46
journalArticle2005Holtorf, CorneliusBeyond Crusades: how (not) to engage with alternative archaeologiesWorld Archaeology 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:13:05544–551437
book2005Holtorf, CorneliusFrom Stonehenge to Las Vegas: archaeology as popular culture20059/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:16:55Left Coast PressWalnut Creek, CA.
book2005House, GladysOral History Interview; transcript in possession of author20059/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:19:55
thesis2005Jeppson, Patrice L; Schuyler, Dr. Robert LMaterial and Mythical Perspectives on Ethnicity: An Historical Archaeology Study of Cultural Identity, National Historiography, and the Eastern Cape Frontier of South Africa 1820 - 186020059/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:18:59324Ph.D. Program in Historical Archaeology, University of Pennsylvania.Philadelphia
book2005Johnson, LenwoodOral History Interview, transcript in author's possession20059/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:19:54
book2005King, Thomas FDoing Archaeology: a cultural resource management perspective20059/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:15:22Left Coast PressWalnut Creek, CA
journalArticle2005LaRoche, Cheryl JaniferHeritage, Archaeology, and African American HistoryThe SAA Archaeological Record20059/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:17:1234–37,4425
journalArticle2005Lassiter, LE; Cook, SR; Field, LCollaborative ethnography and public anthropologyCurrent \ldots 1:05:0412/14/2016 1:05:04146
book2005Leader-Elliot, LynHistory, Heritage and the Everyday: Alternative Cultural Landscapes in South Australia's Barossa Valley20059/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:17:31Newcastle-upon-Tyne
journalArticle2005Leone, Mark PWalter Taylor and the Production of Anger in American ArchaeologyPDF on file20059/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:54:37
journalArticle2005Leone, Mark P; La Roche, Cheryl Janifer; Barbiarz, Jennifer J; LaRoche, Cheryl Janifer; Babiarz, Jennifer JThe Archaeology of Black Americans in Recent TimesAnnual Review of Anthropology 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:28:09575–59834
conferencePaper2005Little, BarbaraAn Introduction to Archaeology as Civic EngagementAnnual Meetings of the Society for Historical Archaeology20059/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:11:46York, England
book2005Mathers, Clay; Darvill, Timothy; Little, Barbara JHeritage of Value, Archaeology of Renown: Reshaping Archaeological Assessment and Significance0-8130-2777-220059/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:17:22339University Press of FloridaGainesville
journalArticle2005Matthews, Christopher NPublic Dialectics: Marxist Reflection in Archaeology. Historical Archaeology20059/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:26:5118–36439
conferencePaper2005McDavid, CarolActivist Archaeology? A critical look at an emerging disciplinary interestSociety for Applied Anthropology20059/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:11:02Santa Fe, New Mexico
conferencePaper2005McDavid, CarolBeyond strategy and good intentions: Civic engagement, archaeology, race and classSociety for Historical Archaeology20059/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:13:08York, England
book2005McDavid, CarolProgressive perspectives for an activist archaeology20059/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:20:38Santa Fe, New Mexico
book2005McDavid, CarolResponse to "Careers in Archaeology Education", SAA Public Education Committee Handout for the 2005 SAA CRM Expo20059/28/2014 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:27:17"For Archaeologists", Society for American Archaeology Archaeology for the Public, SAA Public Web Pages Project( (accessed January 200
book2005McNiven, Ian J; Russell, LynetteAppropriated Pasts: Indigenous Peoples and the Colonial Culture of Archaeology20059/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:11:51AltamiraLanham, MD
journalArticle2005Meskell, LynnArchaeological ethnography: Conversations around Kruger National ParkArchaeologies 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:12:0181–10011
bookSection2005Meskell, LynnSites of Violence: Terrorism, Tourism, and Heritage in the Archaeological PresentEmbedding Ethics: Shifting Boundaries of the Anthropological Profession20059/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:27:39123–146Berg PublishersOxford, New YorkMeskell, Lynn; Pels, Peter
book2005Meskell, Lynn; Pels, PeterEmbedding Ethics: Shifting Boundaries of the Anthropological Profession20059/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:15:49Berg PublishersOxford, New York
book2005Mithen, S.The goddess and the bull - Catalhoyuk: An archaeological journey to the dawn of civilization0-7432-4360-9"Thousands of years before the pyramids were built in Egypt and the Trojan War was fought, a great civilization arose on the Anatolian Plains. The Goddess and the Bull details the dramatic quest by archaeologists to unearth the buried secrets of human cultural evolution at this huge, spectacularly well-preserved 9,500-year-old village in Turkey." "Here lie the origins of modern society - the dawn of art, architecture, religion, family - even the first tangible evidence of human self-awareness, the world's oldest mirrors. Some archaeologists have claimed that the Mother Goddess was first worshipped at Catalhoyuk, which is now a site of pilgrimage for Goddess worshippers from all over the world. The excavations here have yielded the seeds of the Neolithic Revolution, when prehistoric humans first abandoned the hunter-gatherer life they had known for millions of years, invented farming, and began living in houses and communities." "Michael Balter, the excavation's official biographer, brings readers behind the scenes, providing the first inside look at the remarkable site and its history of scandal and scientific discovery. He tells the very human story of two colorful men: British archaeologist James Mellaart, who discovered Catalhoyuk in 1958 only to be banned from working at the site forever after a fabulous ancient treasure disappeared without a trace; and Ian Hodder, a pathbreaking archaeological rebel who reinvented the way archaeology is practiced and reopened the excavation after it had lain dormant for three decades." "Balter describes the cutting-edge advances in archaeological science that have allowed the team at Catalhoyuk to illuminate the central questions of human existence."-BOOK JACKET.200512/14/2016 1:05:0512/14/2016 1:28:38400Left Coast PressWalnut Creek
book2005Peacock, EvanMississippi Archaeology: Q&A1-57806-767-720059/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:19:07149University Press of MississippiJackson
journalArticle2005Podagrosi, AngeloGentrification and the Influence of Local Government in the Physical and Social Upgrading of HoustonScix.net20059/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:16:581–8
journalArticle2005Pyburn, KAPast pedagogyArchaeologies 1:05:0012/14/2016 1:05:00
journalArticle2005Riley, Mark; Harvey, DavidLandscape Archaeology, Heritage and the Community in Devon: An Oral History ApproachInternational Journal of Heritage Studies 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:18:41269–288411
book2005Rodriguez, LoirHouston Architecture, Film, Photography, and Politics 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:17:37Blog for Houston Chronicle8/31/2009Houston ChronicleHouston, Texas
journalArticle2005Silverman, HelaineEmbodied Heritage, Identity Politics and TourismAnthropology and Humanism 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:15:51141–155230
book2005Smith, Claire; Wobst, H MartinIndigenous Archaeologies: Decolonizing Theory and Practice20059/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:17:52RoutledgeLondonHall, Martin; Stone, Peter; Thomas, Julian
book2005Tanarka, KofiComments during Martin Luther King Day Celebration at the Gregory-Lincoln Learning Center, Freedmen's Town, Houston (Tanarka is the chair of the Houston Chapter of the Black United Front)20059/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:13:42
book2005Yow, Valerie RaleighRecording oral history: a guide for the humanities and social sciences20059/28/2014 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:27:08Altamira
journalArticle2006Ahmad, YThe Scope and Definitions of Heritage: From Tangible to IntangibleInternational Journal of Heritage Studies20069/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:29:39292–300312
journalArticle2006Atalay, SonyaIntroduction: Decolonizing Archaeology. In ‘Decolonizing Archaeology – Efforts to Transform a Discipline'American Indian Quarterly200612/14/2016 1:04:4112/14/2016 1:18:04330
journalArticle2006Atalay, Sonya; Lonetree, AmyAmerican Indian Quarterly: Special Issue on Decolonizing Archaeology20069/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:11:42269–50330: 3 & 4
book2006Brodie, Neil; Kersel, Morag M; Luke, C; Tubb, Kathryn WalkerArchaeology, cultural heritage and the antiquities trade20069/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:12:35University of Florida PressGainesville
conferencePaper2006Bruner, DavidSymbols for the Living: Cemetery landscapes as centers for social discourseAnnual Meetings of the Society for Historical Archaeology20069/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:27:56Sacramento, CA
bookSection2006Chambers, ErveHeritage Matters: Heritage, Culture, History, and Cheaspeake BayChesapeake Perspectives20069/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:17:19Maryland Sea Grant CollegeCollege Park, Maryland
journalArticle2006Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Chip; Ferguson, T JMemory Pieces and Footprints: Multivocality and the Meanings of Ancient Times and Ancestral Places among the Zuni and HopiAmerican Anthropologist 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:19:02148–1621108
bookSection2006Creed, Gerald WCommunity as Modern PastoralSeductions of Community: Emancipations, Oppressions, Quandaries20069/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:13:4723–48School of American Research PressSanta FeCreed, Gerald W
bookSection2006Creed, Gerald WReconsidering CommunitySeductions of Community: Emancipations, Oppressions, Quandaries20069/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:27:073–22School of American Research PressSanta FeCreed, Gerald W
book2006Fagan, BrianWriting Archaeology: Telling Stories About the Past1-59874-005-920069/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:55:09175Left Coast PressWalnut Creek, CA
journalArticle2006Fiskesjo, MagnusCollections of Chinese antiquities outside China: problems and hopesPublic Archaeology 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:13:39111–12625
book2006Funari, Pedro Paulo; Zarankin, AndrésArqueología de la represión y resistencia en America Latina (1960-1980)20069/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:12:55Editorial EncuentroCórdoba
journalArticle2006Garden, Mary-Catherine EThe Heritagescape: looking at landscapes of the pastInternational Journal of Heritage Studies 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:28:40394–411512
conferencePaper2006Granger, CrystalAfrican American Influences in Architecture: An Examination of Church Architecture in Freedmen's Town, HoustonAnnual Meetings of the Society for Historical Archaeology200612/14/2016 1:04:3812/14/2016 1:11:16Session: Archaeology through different lenses: Science, Architecture, Politics, Landscapes, Publics, History, and Art in Freedmen's Town, Houston, Texas, Chaired by Carol McDavid and David BrunerSacramento, CA
bookSection2006Hills, Catherine; Richards, Julian DThe dissemination of informationArchaeological Research Management in the UK: an introduction20069/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:28:25304–315SuttonStroudHunter, John; Ralston, Ian2nd.
book2006Hirst, K KrisArchaeology Podcasting: Listening in on the News of the Past 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:12:4920062/4/2016About.comHirst, K Kris
book2006Hirst, K KrisKeeping Track of the news with Archaeology Blogs 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:18:3720062/4/2016About.comHirst, K Kris
book2006Hollowell, JulieThe Ethics of Archaeology978-0-511-81765-6 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:28:2769–96Cambridge University PressCambridgeScarre, Chris; Scarre, Geoffrey
journalArticle2006Holtorf, CorneliusCan less be more? Heritage in the age of terrorismPublic Archaeology20069/28/2014 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:13:19101–10925
book2006House, GladysHouston Destroys Largest Black Historic District In United States: Empowerment of Grassroots Blocked while Gentrification Grows 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:17:382/2/2006
journalArticle2006Jeppson, Patrice LWhich Benjamin Franklin—Yours or mine? Examining responses to a new story from the historical archaeology site of Franklin courtArchaeologies (Special issue: Archaeologically based heritage formulation in overtly politicized environments) 19:16:0012/14/2016 1:54:5524–5122(2)
book2006Kerber, Jordan ECross-cultural collaboration: native peoples and archaeology in the Northeastern United States20069/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:14:35University of Nebraska PressLincoln
thesis2006Kersel, Morag MLicense to Sell: The Legal Trade in Antiquities in Israel20069/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:18:51University of CambridgeCambridge
report2006Levin, JedArcheology at the President's House Site, Independence National Historical Park Briefing Statement20069/28/2014 19:16:0112/14/2016 1:12:51The Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Northeast Region
journalArticle2006Martindale, AndrewMethodological issues in the Use of tsimshian Oral traditionsCanadian Journal of Archaeology200612/14/2016 1:05:0312/14/2016 1:05:03158–19230192
conferencePaper2006McDavid, CarolThe Power of a Name: Reclaiming Heritage in Freedmen's Town, Houston, TexasAnnual Meetings of the Society for Historical Archaeology 19:16:0212/14/2016 1:29:28Sacramento, California
journalArticle2006Morgan, David W; Morgan, Nancy I M; Barrett, BrendaFinding a Place for the Commonplace: Hurricane Katrina, Communities, and Preservation LawAmerican Anthropologist 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:16:35706–7184108
journalArticle2006Mullins, Paul RRacializing the Commonplace Landscape: An archaeology of urban renewal along the color lineWorld Archaeology 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:27:0160–71138
journalArticle2006Murtha, PamWorking to Preserve a CommunityHeritage20069/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:55:0512–15
book2006Nardi, Peter MDoing Survey Research: A Guide to Quantatative Methods0-205-44609-420069/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:15:31240PearsonNew YorkSecond
journalArticle2006O'Brien, TimFourth Ward: A Conversation with Stephen FoxHouston History Magazine20069/28/2014 19:16:0312/14/2016 1:16:4248–5023
book2006Palus, Matthew M; Shackel, Paul AThey Worked Regular: Craft, Labor, and Family in the Industrial Community of Virginius Island1-57233-444-420069/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:29:50147The University of Tennesee PressKnoxville
book2006Patoski, Joe NickPark and Parcel: The underfunded Texas Parks and Wildlife Department struggles to sell itself20069/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:20:076–9,19987Texas Democracy FoundationAustin, Texas
book2006Perks, Robert; Thomson, AlastairThe Oral History Reader20069/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:29:09RoutledgeLondonSecond
report2006Perry, Warren R; Howson, Jean; Bianco, Barbara AChapter 15: Summary and Conclusions20069/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:13:28445 (for "ethical clients" quote)Howard University. Available at, D.C.
journalArticle2006Potter, DanMeasuring Archaeological Site Survival in TexasSAA Archaeological Record20069/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:19:007–1316
journalArticle2006Sandlin, Jennifer A; Bey, George J I I ITrowels, trenches and transformation: A case study of archaeologists learning a more critical practice of archaeologyJournal of Social Archaeology 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:31:12255–27626
book2006Scarre, Chris; Scarre, GeoffreyThe Ethics of Archaeology: Philosophical Perspectives on Archaeological Practice20069/28/2014 19:16:0412/14/2016 1:28:28Cambridge University PressCambridge
book2006Smith, LaurajaneUses Of Heritage20069/28/2014 19:16:0512/14/2016 1:31:21RoutledgeOxford
book2006The Field MuseumCollaborative Research: A Practical Introduction to Participatory Action Research (PAR) for Communities and Scholars20069/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:13:38The Field MuseumChicago
book2006Trigger, Bruce GA History of Archaeological Thought0-521-60049-920069/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:11:31710Cambridge University PressCambridgeSecond
book2006vom Bruck, Gabrielle; Bodenhorn, BarbaraAn Anthropology of Names and Naming20069/28/2014 19:16:0612/14/2016 1:11:43302Cambridge University PressCambridge
journalArticle2006Zimmerman, Larry J; Echo-Hawk, RogerBeyond Racism: Some Opinions about Racialism and American ArchaeologyAmerican Indian Quarterly 19:16:0712/14/2016 1:13:06461–485330
bookSection2007Agbe-Davies, Anna SPracticing African American Archaeology in the Atlantic WorldArchaeology of Atlantic Africa and the African Diaspora20079/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:20:23413–425Indiana University PressBloomingtonOgundiran, Akinwumi; Falola, Toyin
book2007Ashworth, G J; Graham, B; Tunbridge, J EPluralising Pasts: Heritage, Identity, and Place in Multicultural Societies20079/28/2014 19:15:5712/14/2016 1:20:18Pluto PressLondon
journalArticle2007Atalay (Ojibwe), Sonya L.Global Application of Indigenous Archaeology: Community Based Participatory Research in TurkeyArchaeologies1555-862210.1007/s11759-007-9026-8 1:04:3612/14/2016 1:04:36249–27033
journalArticle2007Belford, PaulBridging the Atlantic-Archaeology and Community in England and BermudaBAR INTERNATIONAL SERIES 1:04:5912/14/2016 1:04:59
thesis2007Bruchac, MM Margaret M. MM Margaret Margaret MHISTORICAL ERASURE AND CULTURAL RECOVERY : INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN THE CONNECTICUT RIVER VALLEY 1:04:4712/14/2016 1:04:47University of Massachusetts at Amherst
journalArticle2007Bruner, David; Stahl, AnnSymbols for the Living: Synthesis, Invention, and Resistance in 19th to 20th Century Mortuary Practices from Montgomery County and Harris County, Texas.Anthropology20079/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:27:57Doctoral
conferencePaper2007Carman, John; Carman, PatriciaFrom rhetoric to research: the Bloody Meadows Project as a pacifist response to warContemporary and Historical Archaeology in Theory: Papers from the 2003 and 2004 CHAT Conferences20079/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:16:53110–114ArchaeopressOxfordMcAtackney, L; Palus, M; Piccini, A
book2007Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Chip; Ferguson, T JCollaboration in Archaeological Practice: Engaging Descendant Communities20079/28/2014 19:15:5812/14/2016 1:13:37300Altamira PressLanham, Maryland
book2007Denzin, Norman K; Giardina, Michael DEthical Futures in Qualitative Research: Decolonizing the Politics of Knowledge978-1-59874-060-820079/28/2014 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:16:19279Left Coast PressWalnut Creek, CA
journalArticle2007Dodd, L SHeritage Formulation in Overly Politicized Environments: A commentaryArchaeologies 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:17:144–1513
book2007Ellison, DavidA Neighborhood in Flux 19:15:5912/14/2016 1:11:458/29/2001Houston Chronicle
book2007Fawcett, ClareEvaluating multiple narratives : beyond nationalist, colonialist, and imperialist archaeologies978-0-387-71824-8200712/14/2016 1:04:3512/14/2016 1:16:29SpringerNew York
book2007Feit, Rachel; Jones, Bradford M"A Lotta People Have Histories Here...": History and Archaeology in Houston's Vanishing Freedman's Town