Ph.D. Field Statement Bibliography, 2006
            Courtesy of Kim Christensen, UC Berkeley

 
NOTE: This bibliography covers scholarly sources within archaeology that illustrate the ongoing disciplinary debate concerning the differing meanings attached to the term public archaeology, ethics, and the shift towards community-based research approaches.

The bibliography is the basis of a field statement written by Christensen in 2006 as a requirement for advancement to Ph.D. candidacy in the Anthropology Department
at the University of California, Berkeley.

This Archaeology for the public resource is provided courtesy of Kim Christensen.

Sources on Public Archaeology
By Kim Christensen
2006

Allen, Mitch  2002  Reaching the Hidden Audience: Ten Rules for the Archaeological Writer.  In
 Public Benefits of Archaeology, edited by B. Little.  University Press of Florida,
Gainesville.  pp.244-251.

Ascherson, Neal.  2004  Archaeology and the British Media.  In Public Archaeology,
            edited by N. Merriman.  Routledge, New York.  pp.145-158.

Ascherson, Neal.  2000  Editorial.  Public Archaeology  1(1):1-4.

Bender, Susan J. and George S. Smith (Eds.)  2000  Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-First
Century.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington D.C.

Chambers, Erve J.  2004  Epilogue: Archaeology, Heritage, and Public Endeavor.  In Places in
            Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology, edited by P. Shackel and E.
            Chambers.  Routledge, New York.  pp.193-208.

Childs, S. Terry.  2002  The Web of Archaeology: Its Many Values and Opportunities.  In Public
 Benefits of Archaeology, edited by B. Little.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville. 
pp.228-238.

Cressey, Pamela J., Ruth Reeder, and Jared Bryson.  2003  Held in Trust: Community
            Archaeology in Alexandria, Virginia.  In Archaeologists and Local Communities:            Partners in Exploring the Past, edited by L. Derry and M. Malloy.  Society for American
 Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.1-17.

Davidson, Thomas E.  1996  Public Archaeology in Annapolis: A Critical Approach to History
in Maryland’s Ancient City (Review).  The William and Mary Quarterly  53(1):190-192.

DeCicco, Gabriel.  1988  A Public Relations Primer.  American Antiquity  53(4):840-856.

Deetz, James.  1998  Discussion: Archaeologists as Storytellers.  Historical Archaeology 
            32(1):94-96.

Derry, Linda.  2003a  Consequences of Involving Archaeology in Contemporary Community
            Issues.  In Archaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in Exploring the Past, edited
            by L. Derry and M. Malloy.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC. 
pp.19-29.

2003b  Concluding Remarks.  In Archaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in Exploring the Past, edited by L. Derry and M. Malloy.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.19-29.

 

Derry, Linda and Maureen Malloy (Eds.).  2003  Archaeologists and Local Communities:
            Partners in Exploring the Past.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.

Edwards-Ingram, Ywone.  1997  Toward “True Acts of Inclusion”:  The “Here” and the “Out
            There” Concepts in Public Archaeology.  Historical Archaeology  31(3):27-35.

Faulkner, Neil.  2000  Archaeology from below.  Public Archaeology  1(1):21-33.

Finn, Christine.  2001  Mixed Messages: Archaeology and the Media.  Public Archaeology 
            1(4):261-268.

Funari, Pedro Paulo A.  2001  Public Archaeology from a Latin American perspective.  Public
            Archaeology  1(4):239-243. 

Gosden, Chris.  2004  The Past and Foreign Countries: colonial and post-colonial archaeology
            and anthropology.  In A Companion to Social Archaeology, edited by L. Meskell and R.
Preucel.  Blackwell, Oxford.  pp.161-178. 

1999  Postcolonial Archaeology: Issues of Culture, Identity, and Knowledge.  In
            Archaeological Theory Today, edited by I. Hodder.  Polity Press, Cambridge. 
pp.241-261.

Hamilakis, Yannis.  (Forthcoming 2006)  From Ethics to Politics: An Introduction.  In
            Archaeology and Capitalism: From Ethics to Politics, edited by Y. Hamilakis and P.
            Duke.  University College London Press, London.  pp.1-20* (*based on pre-publication
            draft copy).

2005  Whose World and Whose Archaeology?  The Colonial Present and the
            Return of the Political.  Archaeologies  1(2):94-101.

Hantman, Jeffery L.  2004  Monacan Meditation: Regional and Individual Archaeologies in the
            Contemporary Politics of Indian Heritage.  In Places in Mind: Public Archaeology as
            Applied Anthropology, edited by P. Shackel and E. Chambers.  Routledge, New York. 
            pp.19-33.

Herscher, Ellen and Francis P. McManamon.  2000  Public Education and Outreach: The
            Obligation to Educate.  In Ethical Issues in Archaeology, edited by L. Zimmerman, et al.
 Altamira Press, Walnut Creek.  pp.49-51.

Holtorf, Cornelius.  2005  Beyond Crusades: how (not) to engage with alternative archaeologies. 
            World Archaeology  37(4):544-551.

Holtorf, Cornelius.  2000  Engaging with Multiple Pasts: Reply to Francis McManamon.  Public
            Archaeology  1(3):214-215.

Jameson, John H. Jr.  2004  Public Archaeology in the United States.  In Public Archaeology,
            edited by N. Merriman.  Routledge, New York.  pp.21-58.

Jameson, John H. Jr.  2003  Purveyors of the Past: Education and Outreach as Ethical
            Imperatives in Archaeology.  In Ethical Issues in Archaeology, edited by L. Zimmerman,
 et al.  Altamira Press, Walnut Creek.  pp.153-162.

Jameson, John H. Jr. (ed.)  1997  Presenting Archaeology to the Public : Digging for Truths
            Altamira Press, Walnut Creek.

Jeppson, Patrice L. and George Brauer.  2003  Hey, Did You Hear about the Teacher Who Took
            the Class Out to Dig a Site?  Some Common Misconceptions About Archaeology in
            Schools.  In Archaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in Exploring the Past,
            edited by L. Derry and M. Malloy.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.
 pp.77-96.

Jeppson, Patrice L., Carol McDavid, and Linda Derry.   2001  Public Archaeology: International
            Perspectives, Debate and Critique.  Session presented at the Society for Historical and
            Underwater Archaeology Annual Conference in Long Beach, CA.

Joyce, Rosemary.  2002  The Languages of Archaeology: Dialogue, Narrative, and Writing
            Blackwell Publishers, Malden MA.

King, Thomas F.  1983  Professional Responsibility in Public Archaeology.  Annual Review of
            Anthropology 12:143-164.

Knecht, Rick  2003  Tapping into a Sense of Wonder: Community Archaeology and Museum
            Building in the Aleutian Islands.  In Archaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in
            Exploring the Past, edited by L. Derry and M. Malloy.  Society for American
            Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.97-109.

LaRoche, Cheryl and Michael L. Blakey.  2004  Seizing Intellectual Power: The Dialogue at the
            New York African Burial Ground.  Historical Archaeology  31(3):84-106.

Lewine, Mark S., Alfred M. Lee, and Dorothy Salem.  2002  Community Archaeology in the
            City.  Teaching Anthropology: SACC Notes  9(1):18-20; 36.

Lipe, William D.  2000  Archaeological Education and Renewing American Archaeology.  In
            Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century, edited by S. Bender and G. Smith. 
            Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.17-20.

Little, Barbara J. (Ed.)  2002  Public Benefits of Archaeology.  University Press of Florida.
            Gainesville.

Lucas, Michael T.  2004  Applied Archaeology and the Construction of Place at Mount Calvert,
            Prince George’s County, Maryland.  In Places in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied
            Anthropology, edited by P. Shackel and E. Chambers.  Routledge, New York. 
pp.119-134.

Lynott, Mark J.  2003  The Development of Ethics in Archaeology.  In Ethical Issues in
            Archaeology, edited by L. Zimmerman, et al.  Altamira Press, Walnut Creek.  pp.17-30.

Lynott, Mark J. and Alison Wylie.  2000  Stewardship: The Central Principle of Archaeological
            Ethics.  In Ethics in American Archaeology, edited M. Lynott and A. Wylie.  Society for
            American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.35-39.

MacDonald, Sally and Catherine Shaw.  2004  Uncovering Ancient Egypt: The Petrie Museum
            and its Public.  In Public Archaeology, edited by N. Merriman.  Routledge, New York.
 pp.109-131.

McDavid, Carol.  2002  Archaeologies that hurt, descendants that matter: a pragmatic approach
            to collaboration in the public interpretation of African-American archaeology.  World
            Archaeology  34(2):303-314.

  1. Collaboration, Power, and the Internet: The Public Archaeology of the Levi Jordan

Plantation.  In Archaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in Exploring the Past, edited by L. Derry and M. Malloy.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.45-66.

  1. From “Traditional” Archaeology to Public Archaeology to Community Action:

The Levi Jordan Plantation Project.  In Places in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology, edited by P. Shackel and E. Chambers.  Routledge, New York.  pp.35-56.

  1.  Towards a More Democratic Archaeology?  The Internet and public archaeological

practice.  In Public Archaeology, edited by N. Merriman.  Routledge, New York.  pp.159-187.

McGimsey, Charles R. III.  1972  Public Archaeology.  Seminar Press, New York.

McGimsey, Charles R. III and Hester A. Davis.  2000  The Old Order Changeth: or, Now
 that Archaeology is in the Deep End of the Pool, Let’s Not Just Tread Water.  In
Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century, edited by S. Bender and G. Smith.
 Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.5-8.

McManamon, Francis P. 2000a  Professional Education and Training for Public Service
Archaeology.  In Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century, edited by S. Bender
 and G. Smith.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.65-67.

2000b  Archaeological messages and messengers.  Public Archaeology  1(1):5-20.

2000c  Promoting an archaeological perspective: a response to Cornelius Holtorf.  Public
 Archaeology   1(3):216-219.

1991  The Many Publics for Archaeology.  American Antiquity  56(1):121-130.

Mack, Mark E. and Michael L. Blakey.  2004  The New York African Burial Ground Project:
            Past Biases, Current Dilemmas, and Future Research Opportunities.  Historical
            Archaeology  38(1):10-17.

Malloy, Maureen.  2003  Introduction.  In Archaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in
            Exploring the Past, edited by L. Derry and M. Malloy.  Society for American
            Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.ix-xiii.

Marshall, Yvonne.  2002  What is Community Archaeology?  World Archaeology 
34(2):211-219.

Merriman, Nick (Ed.)  2004  Public Archaeology.  Routledge, New York.

Merriman, Nick.  2004a  Introduction: Diversity and dissonance in public archaeology.  In
            Public Archaeology, edited by N. Merriman.  Routledge, New York.  pp.1-19.

            2004b  Involving the Public in Museum Archaeology.  In Public Archaeology,
            edited by N. Merriman.  Routledge, New York.  pp.85-108.

Messenger, Phyllis Mauch.  2000  Public Education and Outreach.  In Ethics in American
            Archaeology, edited M. Lynott and A. Wylie.  Society for American Archaeology,
            Washington DC.  pp.75-77.

Miller, James J.  2000  The Government Sector: Reforming the Archaeology Curriculum to
            Respond to New Concepts of Employment.  In Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-
            First Century, edited by S. Bender and G. Smith.  Society for American Archaeology,
            Washington DC.  pp.69-72.

Moyer, Teresa S.  2005  Archaeology of What We Take for Granted: Looking at the Past to
            Humanize the Struggle for Civil Rights.  Paper presented at the annual meetings of the
            American Archaeological Association in Washington, DC.

2004  “To Have and Enjoy the Liberty of Conscience”:  Community-
            Responsive Museum Outreach Education at the Bowne House.  In Places in Mind: Public
 Archaeology as Applied Anthropology, edited by P. Shackel and E. Chambers. 
Routledge, New York.  pp.85-100.

Ndoro, Webber and Gilbert Pwiti.  2001  Heritage Management in southern Africa: local,
            national and international discourse.  Public Archaeology  2(1):21-34.

Nicholas, George, and Julie Hollowell.  (Forthcoming 2006)  Ethical Challenges to a
            Postcolonial Archaeology: The Legacy of Scientific Colonialism.  In Archaeology and
            Capitalism: From Ethics to Politics, edited by Y. Hamilakis and P. Duke.  University
            College London Press, London.

Orser, Charles E. Jr.  2004  Archaeological Interpretation and the Irish Diasporic Community.  In
 Places in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology, edited by P. Shackel and
E. Chambers.  Routledge, New York.  pp.171-191.

Orser, Charles E. Jr.  1997  Professionalism in Historical Archaeology.  International Journal of
            Historical Archaeology  1(3):243-255.

Potter, Parker B. Jr.  1994  Public Archaeology in Annapolis: A Critical Approach to History in
            Maryland’s Ancient City.  Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C.

Potter, Parker  B. Jr.  1990  The “What” and “Why” of Public Relations for Archaeology: A
            Postscript to DeCicco’s Public Relations Primer.  American Antiquity  55(3):608-613.

Praetzellis, Adrian and Mary Praetzellis (Eds.).  1998  Archaeologists as Storytellers.  Thematic
 Issue of Historical Archaeology  32(1)

Praetzellis, Adrian.  1998  Introduction: Why Every Archaeologist Should Tell Stories Once in a
            While.  Historical Archaeology 32(1):1-3.

Raab, L. Mark, T. Klinger, M. Schiffer, and A. Goodyear.  1980  Clients, Contracts, and Profits:
            Conflicts in Public Archaeology.  American Anthropologist  82(3):539-551.

Rorty, Richard.  1991  Objectivity, Relativism, and Truth: Philosophical Papers.  Volume 1. 
            Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

            1989  Contingency, Irony and Solidarity.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Sandlin, Jennifer A. and George J. Bey III.  2006  Trowels, trenches and transformation: A case
            study of archaeologist learning a more critical practice of archaeology.  Journal of Social
            Archaeology  6(2):255-276.

Scott-Ireton, Della.  2003  Florida’s Underwater Archaeological Preserves: An Exercise in
            Community Participation in Submerged Cultural Resource Management.  In
            Archaeologists and Local Communities: Partners in Exploring the Past, edited by L.
            Derry and M. Malloy.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.67-76.

Shackel, Paul A.  2004  Working with Communities: Heritage Development and Archaeology. 
            In Places in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology, edited by P. Shackel
            and E. Chambers.  Routledge, New York.  pp.1-16.

Shackel, Paul A. and Erve J. Chambers (Eds.)  2004  Places in Mind: Public Archaeology as
            Applied Anthropology.  Routledge, New York.

Skeates, Robin.  2002  Speaking for the past in the present: text, authority and learning in
            archaeology museums.  Public Archaeology  2(4):209-218.

Smardz Frost, Karolyn E.  2004  Archaeology and Public Education in North America: View
            from the beginning of the millennium.  In Public Archaeology, edited by N. Merriman.
 Routledge, New York.  pp.59-84.

Smith, Linda Tuhiwai.  1999  Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples. 
            Zed Books Ltd., London.

Smith, Claire and H. Martin Wobst.  2005  Decolonizing archaeological practice and theory.  In
            Indigenous Archaeologies: Decolonizing Theory and Practice, edited by C. Smith and
            H.M. Wobst.  Routledge, London.  pp.5-16. 

Smith, Laurajane, Anna Morgan, and Anita van der Meer.  2003  The Waanyi Women’s Project:
            A Community Partnership Project, Queensland, Australia.  In Archaeologists and Local
            Communities:    Partners in Exploring the Past, edited by L. Derry and M. Malloy. 
            Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.147-165.

Smith, George S. and Dorothy Schlotthauer Krass.  2000  SAA Surveys Regarding Public
            Archaeology/Cultural Resource Management and Teaching.  In Teaching Archaeology in
            the Twenty-First Century, edited by S. Bender and G. Smith.  Society for American
            Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.21-27.

Uunila, Kirsti.  2003  Sukeek’s Cabin: Archaeology, A Family Story, and Building Community. 
            In Archaeologists and Local Communities:         Partners in Exploring the Past, edited by L.
 Derry and M. Malloy.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.31-43.

Wall, Diana D., Nan A. Rothschild, Cynthia Copeland, and Herbert Seignoret.  2004  The Seneca
 Village Project: Working with Modern Communities in Creating the Past.  In Places in
Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology, edited by P. Shackel and E.
Chambers.  Routledge, New York.  pp.101-117.

Warner, Mark S. and Daryl Baldwin.  2004  Building Ties: The Collaboration between the
            Miami Nation and Archaeology.  In Places in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied
            Anthropology, edited by P. Shackel and E. Chambers.  Routledge, New York. 
pp.137-151.

Watkins, Joe, K. Anne Pyburn, and Pam Cressey.  2000  Community Relations: What the
            Practicing Archaeologist Needs to Know to Work Effectively with Local and/or
            Descendant Communities.  In Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century, edited
by S. Bender and G. Smith.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC. 
pp.73-81.

Watkins, Joe, Lynne Goldstein, Karen D. Vitelli, and Leigh Jenkins.  2000  Accountability:
            Responsibilities of Archaeologists to Other Groups.  In Ethics in American Archaeology,
            edited M. Lynott and A. Wylie.  Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC. 
            pp.40-44.

Wattrall, Ethan.  2002  Digital Pharaoh: archaeology, public education and interactive
            entertainment.  Public Archaeology  2(3):163-169.

West, Cornel.  1993  Keeping Faith: Philosophy and Race in America.  Routledge, New York.

White, Esther C.  2002  Archaeology and Tourism at Mount Vernon.  In Public Benefits of
            Archaeology, edited by B. Little.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.  pp.146-156.

White, Nancy Marie, et al.  2004  Academic Archaeology is Public Archaeology.  The SAA
            Archaeological Record, 4(2):26-29.

White, Nancy Marie.  2000  Teaching Public Archaeology at the University of South Florida.  In
 Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century, edited by S. Bender and G. Smith. 
Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.111-115.

Wylie, Alison.  2005  The Promises and Perils of an Ethic of Stewardship.  In Embedding Ethics,
            edited by L. Meskell and P. Pels.  Berg Publications, Oxford.  pp.47-68.

Young, Peter A.  2002  The Archaeologist as Storyteller.  In Public Benefits of Archaeology,
            edited by B. Little.  University Press of Florida, Gainesville.  pp.239-243.

Zimmerman, Larry J.  2003  Presenting the Past.  Altamira Press, Walnut Creek.

Zimmerman, Larry J.  2000  Regaining Our Nerve: Ethics, values, and the Transformation of
            Archaeology.  In Ethics in American Archaeology, edited M. Lynott and A. Wylie. 
            Society for American Archaeology, Washington DC.  pp.71-74.

 

 

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