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In(di)visible Fulcra: Perception and Balance in Canadian Archaeological Governance (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT Joshua Dent.

The history of provincial heritage legislation and policy in the Canadian context has been infrequently studied and rarely theorized. Contemporary critical heritage and applied archaeological research are beginning to reverse this trend and the past that is coming to light has significant implications to future archaeological governance. Drawing from research conducted into British Columbia and Ontario, this paper highlights two important facets of archaeological governance, perception and...

Into the Blue: Underwater Archaeology in California State Parks (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT Tricia Dodds. Denise Jaffke.

The Underwater Parks of California are located primarily along the coastline, stretching from Mendocino County in the north to San Diego County in the south. Mono Lake, D.L. Bliss, Emerald Bay-Lake Tahoe, and Lake Perris represent inland underwater parks. The California Department of Parks and Recreation’s underwater parks program was established in 1968 to preserve the best and most unique representative examples of the state’s natural underwater ecosystems found in coastal and inland waters....

Redefining Urban Space: Velha Goa and the Construction of Its Outer Fortification Wall (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT Brian C Wilson.

This paper sheds new light on the construction at the end of the 16th century of one of the most impressive, albeit ultimately superfluous, fortification walls in southern Asia: the 22km long wall surrounding Velha Goa—the capital city of the Portuguese eastern empire. Through discussion of legal documents pertaining to rural and city life, I reveal how the Portuguese came to conceive of the city as a separate space requiring new mechanisms of governance different from the countryside. ...

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America