Book Volume 1 2013

Training and Practice for Modern Day Archaeologists


ISBN: 978-1-4614-5528-8 (Print) 978-1-4614-5529-5 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiv

  2. Twenty-first century archaeological practice and training: the new realities

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Chapter

      Pages 3-14

      Archaeologists at the Table: From Community to Global

    3. Chapter

      Pages 15-29

      Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe

    4. Chapter

      Pages 31-51

      Australian Archaeology in Profile: A Survey of Working Archaeologists

    5. Chapter

      Pages 53-67

      No Going Back: Remembering When British Archaeology Changed Forever

    6. Chapter

      Pages 69-85

      From Feast to Famine? The Archaeological Profession in Ireland in the New Millennium

    7. Chapter

      Pages 87-104

      Competition and the Development of Authorised Heritage Discourses in a Re-emergent Scottish Nation

    8. Chapter

      Pages 105-124

      Confirming Relevance: How American and Canadian Archaeologists Are Training Youth and Adults in Archaeology, Heritage Studies, and Community Partnerships

    9. Chapter

      Pages 125-127

      Over Qualified and Under Skilled? Training and Professional Development in the UK

  3. Archaeology and development: the economic forces and consequences of compliance-driven archaeology

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 129-129

    2. Chapter

      Pages 131-144

      Resource Transformation: The History and Status of the Cultural Resource Management Industry in the United States

    3. Chapter

      Pages 145-151

      Archaeology in the “Real World”: The Training–Practice Disconnect in North American Consulting Archaeology

    4. Chapter

      Pages 153-166

      The Emergence of the Commercial Sector in Irish Archaeology 1987–2007: Lessons to Be Learnt on Research Opportunities Lost

    5. Chapter

      Pages 167-174

      Knowledge Creation and Publication in Development-Led Archaeology in Ireland: Some Problems and Possible Solutions

    6. Chapter

      Pages 175-191

      Knowledge, Value and the Celtic Tiger

    7. Chapter

      Pages 193-199

      The Malta Convention and Contemporary Polish Archaeology

    8. Chapter

      Pages 201-220

      Process and Realisation of Archaeological Research

    9. Chapter

      Pages 221-235

      The Management of Archaeology on National Road Projects in the Republic of Ireland

    10. Chapter

      Pages 237-269

      Archaeology and Development in a Maritime Context, Highlighting Drogheda and the Boyne Estuary as a Case Study

  4. Back Matter

    Pages 271-277