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Archaeology and Informal Education Progams for Youth (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alexandra Jones.

Archaeology programs conducted daily by archaeologists make a difference in how citizens perceive their cultural heritage and science. Through educational programs and outreach, archaeologists are inspiring new generations to explore the many fields of archaeological study.  Education programs, which introduce students to archaeology through an informal education model, tend to capture the attention and the interest of students. This approach rests upon the idea that when presented with...

Preparing Now For Those Who Are Coming (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Por Gubau Gizu ya Sagulal ..

Por Gubau Gizu ya Sagulal (All Wind Directions dance team) are dancers from Kubin Village, Mua Island, Torres Strait. New dances and songs are being created every day. In this performance, we express our history through dances and songs that have been passed to us from our ancestors and which we pass on to our children. 

"Stepping Over the Line": Hyper-Masculinity, Institutionalized Violence, and the Archaeology of the U.S. Border Patrol (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ashley Schubert. Madeline Naumann. Jason De León.

The U.S. Border Patrol has come under heavy scrutiny following the deaths of 42 civilians since 2005, numerous reports of migrants being physically and sexually assaulted while in custody, and the surfacing of videos showing aggressive encounters between agents and U.S. citizens. Because a great deal of boundary enforcement happens in remote parts of the desert, documenting how agents do their job is difficult. In this paper, we highlight data from numerous interviews with agents, migrant...

Straight from the Horse's Mouth: Understanding Public Archaeology from the Public (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mary Furlong Minkoff.

For the past two decades, archaeologists have worked to engage members of the public in archaeological research, preservation, and interpretation. Because of the huge variety in the types of publics engaged in these projects and the approaches of the archaeologists running them, we are continually refining our methods of public archaeology implementation, execution, and evaluation. Despite this variety, we rarely hear directly from program participants. For this panel we have invited public...