The Other 99%: Archaeological Collections, Research, and the New Jersey State Museum
Author(s): Gregory Lattanzi
Since 2001, the Bureau of Archaeology & Ethnography began accepting interns and opened its collections to scholars and professionals conducting research. Numerous undergraduate and graduate students have completed both senior honor theses, MAs and PhDs working with the over 2.5 million objects in our collections. Numerous professionals have utilized the collections for their ongoing research interests. The Bureau itself has had to build this program from the gound up along side these researchers. Additionally, the Bureau has conducted ongoing consultations with Native groups, invited college anthropology classes, carried out International Archaeology Day and completed many accomplishments. This poster presents some of those highlights along with data generated through research with the collections.
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The Other 99%: Archaeological Collections, Research, and the New Jersey State Museum. Gregory Lattanzi. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida. 2016 ( tDAR id: 402988)
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