Book 2007

Past Meets Present

Archaeologists Partnering with Museum Curators, Teachers, and Community Groups

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ISBN: 978-0-387-47666-7 (Print) 978-0-387-48216-3 (Online)

Table of contents (26 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

  2. Historic Sites and Museums

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-17

    2. Chapter

      Pages 19-33

      Reaching Out to the Bureaucracy and Beyond: Archaeology at Louisbourg and Parks Canada

    3. Chapter

      Pages 35-52

      When the Digging is Over: Some Observations on Methods of Interpreting Archaeological Sites for the Public

    4. Chapter

      Pages 53-68

      The Whole Site is the Artifact: Interpreting the St. John's Site, St. Mary's City, Maryland

    5. Chapter

      Pages 69-85

      The Archaeology of Conviction: Public Archaeology at Port Arthur Historic Site

  3. Ethnic Communities

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 87-87

    2. Chapter

      Pages 89-99

      Engaging Local Communities in Archaeology: Observations from a Maya site in Yucatán, México

    3. Chapter

      Pages 101-106

      The Other from Within: A Commentary

    4. Chapter

      Pages 107-112

      Archaeological Outreach and Indigenous Communities: A Personal Commentary

    5. Chapter

      Pages 113-126

      New Ways of Looking at the Past: Archaeological Education at the Houston Museum of Natural Science

    6. Chapter

      Pages 127-148

      Building Bridges Through Public Anthropology in the Haudenosaunee Homeland

    7. Chapter

      Pages 149-165

      To Hold it in My Hand

  4. Universities

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 167-167

    2. Chapter

      Pages 169-186

      Outport Archaeology: Community Archaeology in Newfoundland

    3. Chapter

      Pages 187-202

      Service-Learning: Partnering with the Public as a Component of College Archaeology Courses

    4. Chapter

      Pages 203-216

      Partners in Preservation: The Binghamton University Community Archaeology Program

    5. Chapter

      Pages 217-228

      Archaeology to the Lay Public in Brazil: Three Experiences

  5. Public Schools

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 229-229

    2. Chapter

      Pages 231-248

      Archaeology for Education Needs: An Archaeologist and an Educator Discuss Archaeology in the Baltimore Country Public Schools

    3. Chapter

      Pages 249-264

      Audience, Situation, Style: Strategies for Formal and Informal Archaeological Outreach Programs

    4. Chapter

      Pages 265-279

      Adventures in Archaeology at the Ontario Heritage Trust

    5. Chapter

      Pages 281-298

      Excavating the Past: 20 Years of Archaeology with Long Island, NY Students

    6. Chapter

      Pages 299-318

      Transportation Collections: On the Road to Public Education

  6. Public Agencies and Professional Organizations

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 319-319

    2. Chapter

      Pages 321-338

      Protect and Present—Parks Canada and Public Archaeology in Atlantic Canada

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