Society for American Archaeology 15(1)

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January 1997


"The use of new geophysical instruments and recently developed computer software programs will, in the near future, revolutionize the way archaeologists structure their survey and excavation work.

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We argue that this application of new equipment, however, must go beyond simply being "new" or "neat" techniques generating better "descriptions" for archaeologists. The ultimate contribution of these improved technologies will be in our ability to advance cultural ev olutionary theory."



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor's Corner

News from the Public Education Committee

Letters to the Editor

Archaeopolitics

Briefings

Report from the Executive Board: Fall 1996

SAA Mission Statement

Cost-Effective Email Utilization and Internet Access

A Portrait of the Southwestern Archaeology Web Site

Interface--New Developments in Geophysical Prospecting and Archaeological Research

Tennessee Music, Culture, and Archaeological Treasures, or, "Don't Go Stir Crazy in the Meeting Rooms"

Insights--Changing Directions: A Roundtable Discussions

Exchanges--Archaeological Investigation and Conservation in Honduras

Working Together--Painting a "New" Face on CRM: Integrating Traditional Culture and Archaeology

Bureau of Land Management Celebrates its Golden Anniversary

Student Affairs

News and Notes

Positions Open

Calendar


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