Heritage Resource Management
Legal and ethical issues for practicing archaeologists. Preservation law, collections law, public archaeology, Native American issues, and careers in archaeology and museums.
ANTHR
512
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesAdmittance into graduate program in archaeology or certificate program in museum practices.
 TaughtFall Contact Department, Winter Contact Department
Course Outcomes: 


Foundational Knowledge

Students will learn the history of cultural resource management and laws relevant to its inception and current state.

Value

Students are to understand the inherent value in cultural resource preservation.

Practical Methods

This course will instruct students in the basic methods necessary in carrying out compliance for the Section 106 review process.

Practical Methods

This course will instruct students in the basic methods necessary in carrying out compliance for the Section 106 review process.

Current Issues

Students will learn the current fundamental issues relative to CRM in the U.S. and will discuss ways in which certain aspects of the field can be improved.

Current Issues

Students will learn the current fundamental issues relative to CRM in the U.S. and will discuss ways in which certain aspects of the field can be improved.