Archaeological Resource Management (ARCH 360.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
ARCH 360 02 January 2016 Glenn Stuart (primary instructor)

Description

This course provides a theoretical and methodological introduction to the management and conservation of archaeological sites and materials. We will examine the various facets of cultural resource management on international, national and provincial levels with detailed examination of regulations, procedures, realities and weaknesses of what is essentially applied archaeology in western Canada. Important developments within CRM including increasing involvement of First Nations and the Duty to Consult; concerns regarding sacred objects, sites, and landscapes; human remains; professional ethics; conservation of sites and curation of collections and other topics will be addressed.

Formerly

ANTH 360.

Prerequisite(s)

ARCH 250 or 251.

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