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"Abo Ethics" (1994)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 419662] Alice Tulloch. David Wescott.

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After Excavation, Then What (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 165879] G. H. Grosso.

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Another Thought (1991)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 419495] John Mcpherson. David Wescott.

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Archaeology and Preservation (1980)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 120623] Rex Wilson.

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Archaeology for the People: the Ethics of Public Archeology (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 36689] L. E. Wildesen. Y. T. Witherspoon.

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The Archaeology of the People’s Century? (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428253] David Sables.

The 20th century has widely been portrayed in the British media as the people’s century. This paper will examine the part played by archaeologists in the formation of this idea which, in my opinion, not only fails to reflect many of the stresses within British society, but also underplays the value of significant areas of British heritage. The result is that large sections of the recent past are seen as something that is ‘best not talked about’ to the public (Faull, pers comm, 2011) and the...


Archeologist's Attitude Toward Grave Digging

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 118440] John Witthoft.

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Arkeologi, etik och förmedling (1995)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 423645] B Webart.

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Artifacts & Ethics (1994)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 419317] Thomas J Elpel. David Wescott.

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Artifacts and Ethics: history belongs to everyone (2001)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 419321] Thomas J Elpel.

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Bad Behavior and Good Guidelines: Applying the Society for American Archaeology’s Principles of Archaeological Ethics to the Performance of Archaeology in Videogames (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 404817] L. Meghan Dennis.

Within videogames, archaeology is often not itself a focus, but provides a flavor or character-defining style based on pre-existing stereotypes of the discipline as presented in other forms of popular culture. This frequently results in utilizing the practice of archaeology as a form of secondary content, designed to provide a financial or game-play bonus to the player character, while allowing access to objects of cultural patrimony and license to commodify those objects. Through an application...


The Benefits of Educating Young Professionals about Archaeological Conservation (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428700] Emily A Williams. Lisa Young.

While archaeological conservation is still a relatively new field, it is not much younger than the field of historical archaeology.  Literature searches mention "conservation" or preservation in many of the text books used to educate and train archaeology students in this country and archaeologists agree about the necessity of conserving finds.  Yet courses in archaeological conservation remain strangely absent from the curriculum of many of the well-established and prominent archaeology...


BOOM BABY!: Archaeology and the ethics of edutainment (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428604] Charles Ewen.

Archaeologists in the United States have been horrified by the debut of new reality shows featuring treasure hunters looting sites for fun and profit.  Most troubling was that one of these shows, "Diggers", was the brainchild of the National Geographic Society, long time supporters of archaeology.  Meetings with National Geographic have shown them willing to compromise to make the shows more ethical if they could still be profitable. However, the real question is, how willing are...


Close to Home: bringing heritage management graduate programs to descendant communities (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 395915] Peter Mills.

Hawaiʻi’s state regulations require principal investigators in the 26 active archaeological consulting firms to possess "a graduate degree from an accredited institution in archaeology, or anthropology, with a specialization in archaeology, or an equivalent field." Because there have been few opportunities for appropriate local graduate training, many heritage management specialists are hired from regions outside of Hawaiʻi and begin with little background or connection to descendant...


Collecting Costa Rican and Nicaraguan Art: On the Case of Enrique Vargas Alfaro, Dealer (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 430108] Laura Wingfield.

In the mid 20th century crates full of Costa Rican antiquities made their way into the United States through the diplomatic immunity of Enrique Vargas Alfaro. Paul Clifford, then a business man in Miami and later donor and curator at the Duke University Museum of Art, purchased works from Vargas in addition to procuring his own pieces from Peru. Clifford's friend Bill Thibadeau of Atlanta and a few of his neighbors enjoyed "block parties" to open the latest Vargas crate and then to divvy up the...


Contrasting Viewpoints: Does dressing the part detract from Authenticity (1991)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 419211] Errett Callahan. David Wescott.

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Craftsmen of Necessity (1992)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 419761] Christopher Williams. David Wescott.

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Crisis in Oregon Archaeology (1971)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 168919] Thomas M. Newman.

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Dealing With Museums (1993)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 419755] John C. Whittaker. David Wescott.

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Difference Theory and the Relevance of the Archaeological Past to the Present (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 397083] Rachael Lane.

The relevance of the archaeological past to the present is not usually considered an ethical, or moral issue, except in the context of western heritage and conservation values. There appears to be both internal conditions to archaeology, as well as external conditions, that prevent the relevance and use of archaeological knowledge. The notion of relevance is frequently embedded in presentist discourses in the humanities and social sciences with an emphasis on sociality, and social recursive...


Discovering De Soto's Trail (1987)

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Don't Be A Knapping Vandal (1993)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 419680] Curtis Tunnell. David Wescott.

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Empirical honesty and the ethical role of archaeologists in divided societies (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 395648] Audrey Horning.

Negotiating the politics of the present while staying true to the evidence of the past is the central challenge of responsible, ethically-engaged archaeological practice: the line between the archaeologist and the citizen is never clear cut. Questions of moral obligation and the imperative to respect multiple perspectives are of particular resonance when dealing with contested histories in conflict-ridden and post-conflict societies. Archaeology in these contexts carries risks, but also the...


Ethical practice, digital technologies and historical archaeology in NSW, Australia. (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428392] Sarah M. Colley.

The NSW Archaeology Online (NSW AOL) Project (2009-13) is Co-Directed by Sarah Colley and Martin Gibbs and is the first sustainable digital archive of archaeological information developed in Australia. The project involves collaboration with the University of Sydney Library, the Archaeology of Sydney Research Group and local professional historical archaeologists with funding from a NSW state heritage grant. NSW AOL is configured to support full-text search and display and will soon provides...


Ethics and Archeology for Profit (1990)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 148949] Michael E. Roberts.

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