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MY NAME IS JOHN SMITH AND THIS AND THAT. ( IT LIKE ANSWERING ESSAY QUESTIONS.)
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The Idea of Indigenous Knowledge. Horsthemke
Indigenous Knowledge and Archaeological Science. Green, Green, and Neves
Can the Sciences Help Us to Make Wise Ethical Judgments? Kurtz
What is Archaeology
Today? Pyburn & Joyce
1. Do you think Peter Mathews bears any responsibility for what happened to him? How might he have avoided the unpleasant experience he had in Chiapas?
2. Is it ethical to restrict intellectual freedom?
3. What is the difference between cultural relativism and moral relativism?
4. Are all stories about the past equally good?
5. Why do you think the SAA Code puts “stewardship” first?
6. Why did I ask you to pass the human subjects test?
Ethics and Archaeology
: The Attempt at Catalhoyuk. Hodder
Can you hear me back? Holtorf
Building a Bridge to Cross a Thousand Years. Lippert
Producing knowledge for multiple stakeholders. Pyburn & Joyce
Ethics in Action [excerpt]. Colewell-Chanthaphonh, Hollowell, McGill
Make a list of as many groups of stakeholders in archaeological resources as you can.
What can archaeologists do to address concerns of Indigenous People?
Do Indigenous People have special rights concerning archaeological sites and artifacts?
What rights do archaeologists have to do their work?
Are archaeologists stakeholders?
In the Spirit of the Code. Smith & Burke
Stewardship Gone Astray. Groarke & Warrick
Our Collective Responsibility. Zimmerman
Ethnography & Historic Preservation. Holyoak
1. What are some conflicting definitions of Stewardship?
2. What does it mean to “reconstruct a building”
3. Should every archaeological site be saved? Should all preserved sites be preserved according to a particular set of “preservation criteria”?
4. What artifacts should always be displayed: What artifacts should never be displayed?
Human Skeletal Remains; preservation or Reburial. Ubelaker
Federal Repatriaton legislation. Ousley, Billeck & Hollinger
NAGPRA is Forever, Rose, Green & Green
NAGPRA Before & After. Weiss
Native Americans and the Practice of Archaeology
Ancient DNA in Anthropology. Kaestle [pp 106-109]
1. Why are some collections of human bone more scientifically important than others?
2. When human remains are buried, what may be lost to science?
3. What would you say to the granddaughter of the person whose bones you want to study?
4. If there is only one known skeletal example of a human from a particular time period, is that example more important to science or less?
Cultural Resource Management
Managing Archaeological Resources in the Modern World. Pyburn & Joyce
Clients, Contracts, & Profits. Raab, Klinger, Schiffer, Goodyear
Inadvertent Vandalism. Sullivam, Uphus, Roos, Mink
Making a Differende.Wimberly
Helping Grassroots. Neal & Sanchez
1. Pyburn & Joyce argue that archaeology
, including cultural resource management must be
a “science.” Why do some archaeologists disagree?
2. Can a profit motive be reconciled with preservation?
3. How should site significance be determined?
How to Pick an Archaeological Field School. Pyburn & Joyce
in the 21st Century.Davis
1. What should you look for in a field school?
2. What things must every archaeologist be trained to do?
3. Should archaeology
be separate from anthropology?
4. Should archaeology
students be required to take ethnographic methods classes?
5. Why is timely publication important? The data are already old!
6. Should archaeologists drink in the field?
7. Should field crews develop personal relationships with local people? How
8. How has archaeology
changed since Flannery wrote the Golden Marshalltown parable?
How has it stayed the same?
The Art Market
Ethical considerations is transforming archaeology
1. Should private ownership of ancient things ever be legal?
2. Should universities insure their antiquities collections?
3. What are the FBI strategies for catching thieves? Do they seem effective?
4. Why do people want to buy ancient objects?
5. Is an artefact forger a villain or a hero?
Moral Arguments on subsistence digging. Hollowell
Stealing History. Brodie, Neil, Watson
The Battle for the Past. Kersel (review)
Using Local Groups to Prevent Looting. Haagstrom
1. How is looting different from art collecting?
2. What is subsistence digging? Is it ethical?
3. When people in poor countries dig up artifacts to sell, who profits?
4. Should archaeologists excavate secretly to deter looting?
Ethics and the Contemporary Museum of Anthropology. Hurst-Thomas
Working in Museums as an Anthropological Archaeologist. Joyce
Subverting the Menu. Silverman
Repatriation, Display and Interpretation. Jame
1. How much information should a museum provide about each item on display?
2. Why is it important for a museum to have a clear acquisitions policy?
3. Should museums agree to curate items they are not allowed to display?
4. What is your favourite museum - explain?
5. What is your least favourite museum ??" why?
Exploring Public Perceptions. Ramos
Indiana Jones becomes a Hero. Pyburn & Joyce
follow the links and read most of the pages of this site.
1. Is Indiana Jones good for Archaeology
? Why or why not? How about Lara Kroft?
2. What should archaeologists tell people who ask if them if they dig up dinosaurs?
3. Should the public be welcome to visit ongoing archaeological excavations?
4. Is there “a” public or are there many publics?
Activism and Community Based Archaeology
Pyburn As if it Matters
Pyburn Whose Community
Atalay. We don’t talk about Catalhoyuk, we live it
McAnany & Parks. Casualties of Heritage Distancing
McDavid. Archaeologies that hurt
1. Compare Atalay’s project to McAnany and Parks.
a. How are their methods different?
b. Which community project would you like to participate in as an ordinary
2. Can activists do science?
4. How many communities consider you a member?
5. What is the difference between public archaeology
and community archaeology
6. What is participatory action research?
7. what are the reasons to do community archaeology
? What are the reasons not to do it?
Stone & Bajjaly. Introduction to the Destruction of Cultural Property in Iraq
Cole. Blue Shield
Starrett. Human Terrain
Stone. English Tale
1. What happened to the Iraqi National Museum when the US and British armies invaded Iraq?
2. What is Blue shield? How could anyone think it was not a good organization?
3. Should archaeologists have anything to do with war? Can there be any justification for putting energy into protecting things when people are dying?
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