Advances and Prospects in the Archaeological Sciences on the 40th Anniversary of the Society for Archaeological Sciences (II)
Author(s): Robert Sternberg
The Society for Archaeological Sciences (SAS) is an international professional society of about 300 members dealing with natural science applications in archaeology, paleoanthropology, and conservation. The Society was founded in 1977, so this session commemorates the 40th anniversary of the beginning of SAS. These four decades have seen advances in techniques, applications, theories, and infrastructure surrounding the archaeological sciences. We take this occasion to reflect on some of these developments, as well as considering what the future may hold in store.
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Advances and Prospects in the Archaeological Sciences on the 40th Anniversary of the Society for Archaeological Sciences (II). Robert Sternberg. Presented at The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC. 2018 ( tDAR id: 445435)
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bioarchaeology; field methods • Chronology • Dating Techniques
Abstract Id(s): 3174