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Thinking about Cultural Resources Management Essays from the Edge

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ISBN-10: 0759102147

ISBN-13: 9780759102149

Edition: 2002

Authors: Thomas F. King

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Collection of provocative essays on how to improve cultural resource management practice by the leading consultant in the field. Visit our website for sample chapters!
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Book details

List price: $39.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: AltaMira Press
Publication date: 8/27/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 216
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

Dr. Thomas F. King boasts thirty years of experience as a professional archaeologist and historic preservation expert, including extensive fieldwork in Micronesia. He serves as project archaeologist for The Earhart Project. The author of three books, Dr. King lives in Washington, D.C.

Introduction: Thinking about Cultural Resource Management
Thinking About Cultural Resource Management as an Extradisciplinary Enterprise
Doing a Job on Culture: Effective but Self-Serving Communication with One of Archeology's Publics
It's Not Ethnography, Either
An Uninspired Centerpiece: The National Register of Historic Places
The Hester
Process Vs. Preservation: A False Dichotomy
Thinking About Impact Assessment and Mitigation
What is Section 106 Review Anyhow? Two Views
What if We Lost Section 106? Is the Worst Case Necessarily the Worst Case?
What's in a Name? The Case of "Potentially Eligible" Historic Properties
In the Eye of the Beholder: Visual Impacts and Section 106 Review
"Preservation's Responsibility" and Section 4(F) of the Department of Transportation Act
The Letter of the Law
Guidance from a Good SHPO
A Consultant's Duty
Thinking About Indigenous Issues
What's Really Wrong with NAGPRA
Stupid TCP Tricks
Bigger Than a Breadbox?
What Should we Consult About, and How Much Information Do We Need to Do it?
Thinking About Archeology in CRM
Archeo-Bias: Recognition and Prevention
Integrity Among Archeologists: The Dirty Truth
A 1937 Winged Liberty Head Dime from Silver Spring, Maryland
Conclusion: Lafayette, Where Are You? The European Union, Cultural Heritage, and CRM in the United States
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