3 edition of Managing archeological resources from the museum perspective found in the catalog.
Managing archeological resources from the museum perspective
Lynne P. Sullivan
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources in [Washington, D.C.?]
Written in English
|Statement||by Lynne P. Sullivan|
|Series||Technical brief -- no. 13, Technical brief (United States. National Park Service. Archeological Assistance Division) -- no. 13|
|Contributions||United States. National Park Service. Cultural Resources|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
Photo courtesy of Museum Management Program, National Park Service. A repository depends on collections management activities to ensure the long-term care, preservation, and protection of its accessioned collections. The material remains and associated records, including digital data, of an archeological collection must be cataloged, then. AIA Site Preservation Program Heritage, Conservation, and Archaeology and how the site is experienced and understood, resulting in a push and pull of competing scientific, associative, and aesthetic values (Figures 4 and 5). The practices of archaeology and conservation appear by their very nature to be oppositional. Excavation, as one.
The AIA’s mission includes supporting and promoting archaeological research and its dissemination. To that end, the AIA offers a variety of scholarships, fellowships, and grants for excavation, research, publication, and site preservation. Free 2-day shipping. Buy DOING ARCHAEOLOGY: A CULTURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE at
Cultural resource management in the heritage context is mainly concerned with the investigation of sites with archaeological potential, the preservation and interpretation of historic sites and artifacts, and the culture of indigenous people. The subject developed from initiatives in rescue archaeology, sensitivities to the treatment of indigenous people, and subsequent legislation to . Legal Background of Archeological Resources Protection (Carol Carnett, ) Site Stabilization Information Sources (Robert M. Thorne, ) Managing Archeological Resources from the Museum Perspective (Lynne Sullivan, )
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National Park Service. Cultural Resources.]. Federal agencies are responsible for archeological collections acquired from Federal lands and through Federally sponsored or permitted projects.
With the promulgation of 36 CFR P Curation of FederallyOwned and Administered Archeological Collections, Federal agencies now have formal guidance about how to meet their statutory obligations for collections by: 4. Managing Archaeological Resources from the Museum Perspective.
Technical Brief No. 13, National Park Service Archaeological Assistance Division, Washington DC: U.S. Department of the Interior. Sullivan, Lynne P., and S. Terry Childs.
Museum Records and the History of Archaeology. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology 1(2) Managing Archaeological Resources from the Museum Perspective. Technical Brief No. 13, Archaeological Assistance Division. Washington DC: National Park Service.
Cultural heritage management (CHM) is the vocation and practice of managing cultural heritage. It is a branch of cultural resources management (CRM), although it also draws on the practices of cultural conservation, restoration, museology, archaeology, history and the term cultural heritage is generally used in Europe, in the USA the term cultural resources is in .Virtual archaeology: VR based knowledge management and marketing in archaeology ﬁrst r esults – next steps, in A RNOLD, C HA LMER S, F ELLNE RThis presents a major challenge for archaeological resource management, and responses must focus on holistic, multidisciplinary, and strategic planning to enable archaeological heritage to play a meaningful role for twenty-first-century communities.
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Sullivan, Lynne P. () Managing Archeological Resources from the Museum Perspective. Managing Archaeological Resources from the Museum Perspective. Technical Brief No. 13, Archaeological Assistance Division. Washington DC: National Park Service. Sullivan, Lynne P. and S. Terry Childs Curating Archaeological Collections:.
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It is a good text for use in numerous museum studies, material culture, ethnography and other university courses.” —Annette B. Fromm, Florida International UniversityReviews: 1. "Museum Archaeology." In Archaeological Resource Management in the UK: An Introduction, John Hunter and Ian Ralston, eds.
Dover, NH: Alan Sutton Publishing, Inc. Museums and the Appropriation of Culture. London: The. This book offers a critical and comparative perspective on the law and professional practices of managing archaeological remains. Beginning with a global history of ARM, John Carman provides an overview of legal and professional regulations governing ARM today.
In the United States, much of historic preservation is carried out in a framework of cultural resource management. Cultural resource management is increasingly being conducted as heritage management in the larger context of ecosystem management or ecological stewardship.
Cultural resources are an important factor in the human environment, and must. Rebecca Yamin is a historical archaeologist specializing in urban archaeology and former director of the Philadelphia branch office of John Miler Associates, Inc., a company that specialized in historic preservation and cultural resource management.
She is the author of Digging in the City of Brotherly Love: Stories from Philadelphia Archaeology; Rediscovering Reviews: 3. Antiquities Act - to conserve significant archeological remains on state, county, and municipal lands. Contract archeology - review process to evaluate the potential impact of highway projects on cultural resources.
Section consultation - review process to protect cultural resources related to federally funded or permitted projects.Archaeology, or archeology, is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material archaeological record consists of artifacts, architecture, biofacts or ecofacts and cultural ology can be considered both a social science and a branch of the humanities.
In Europe it is often viewed as either a discipline in its own right or a sub-field. —N.T. Richards, CHOICE Magazine // King's Doing Archaeology is a timely book that addresses a cultural resources management perspective previously marginalized in publications on archaeolgy due to a biased focus on purely scientific approaches.
All in all, Doing Archaeology should be commended for bringing out the significance of CRM in Reviews: 3.