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Teaching Archaeology in the 21st Century

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    In January 1998, a conference on the current state of teaching archaeology in higher education was convened by the Society for American Archaeology, in
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 15, 1999
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      In January 1998, a conference on the current state of teaching archaeology in
      higher education was convened by the Society for American Archaeology, in
      cooperation with the American Anthropological Association, the Society for
      Historical Archaeology, the Canadian Archaeological Society and the
      Archaeological Institute of America. This year at the AAA meeting in
      Chicago, members of the convening group will give a report on the
      conference's conclusions and recommendations, and to solicit opinions and
      suggestions from the profession
      Papers will be presented by Susan Bender (Skidmore) and George Smith
      (National Park Service), Judith Bense (West Florida) and James Miller
      (Florida's State Archaeologist), and Maria Franklin (Texas) and K. Ann Pyburn
      (Indiana). Michael Blakey (Howard), Rita Wright (NYU) and Meg Conkey
      (California,Berkeley) will be the discussants. The session--called Teaching
      Archaeology in the 21st Century-- will be held in the Williford Room B, 3rd
      Floor (Chicago Hilton and Towers) on Friday from 1:45 to 3:30.
      Come, listen, and join in the conversation!
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