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 Syllabi: Ethics and Archaeology Minimize

Anthropology departments across the country are incorporating ethics education into their curricula. Below are links to some interesting and innovation courses that address ethical issues in archaeological practice.


Archaeological Ethics and Law
Ricardo J. Elia, Boston University
www.indiana.edu/~arch/saa/matrix/ael.html

Archaeology and Preservation
Donald W. Linebaugh, University of Maryland
www.arch.umd.edu/academics/preservation/Courses/HISP619aSyllabusS06.pdf

Cultural Heritage Law and Policy
Alexander Bauer, University of Pennsylvania
www.sas.upenn.edu/~bauer2/teaching/CHLPsyllabusAnth.doc

Cultures at Risk: Human Rights and Heritage Today
B. Sunday Eiselt
PDF

Heritage: History and the Past Today
Uzi Baram, New College of Florida
PDF

Heritage Management
Helaine Silverman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
www.anthro.uiuc.edu/faculty/silverman/#courses

Indigenous Archaeologies
Randall McGuire, SUNY-Binghamton
PDF

Indigenous Heritage Stewardship
John Welch, Simon Fraser University
www.lib.sfu.ca/researchhelp/subjectguides/arch/classes/2005-334.Syllabus.htm

Issues in Native American Representation
Larry Zimmerman, Indiana University—Purdue University of Indianapolis
http://larryjzimmerman.com/narep/web%20syllabus.htm

Legal and Ethical Issues in Anthropology
Charles Riggs, Fort Lewis College
PDF

Reading and Composition
Katie Chiou, University of Alabama
PDF

Who Owns the Classical Past?
John F. Cherry, Brown College
http://proteus.brown.edu/classicalpast/1666

Who Owns the Past?
Bettina Arnold, University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee
PDF

Who Owns the Past? Ethical Issues in Archaeology
Alexander Bauer, University of Pennsylvania
www.sas.upenn.edu/~bauer2/teaching/CLST132.html

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