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Effectively Managing Archaeology Projects

Effectively Managing Archaeology Projects

Christian Gerike
December 31, 2012

It is a common lament: “I wish I had known that about projects when I started in CRM.” With the advent of Cultural Resources Management (CRM) archaeology in the early 1960s, business management became a fundamental part of what had been mostly a scholarly endeavor. It is now a billion-dollar...

Cultural Property Acquisitions: Navigating the Shifting Landscape

Cultural Property Acquisitions: Navigating the Shifting Landscape

Aimée L Taberner
December 15, 2011

Museum staff--whether new to the field or working with collections for decades--are often overwhelmed by the complexities of acquiring cultural property, particularly antiquities and archaeological material. Collecting practices now require a greater degree of transparency and cooperation with...

Avoiding Archaeological Disasters: Risk Management for Heritage Professionals

Avoiding Archaeological Disasters: Risk Management for Heritage Professionals

Darby C Stapp, Julia Longenecker
August 31, 2009

You think it can’t happen to you, but it can. One day, months into your construction project, your front end load operator runs into bones and wooden slats. Your county coroner says it is not a crime scene, and refers you to the local archaeology department. The archaeologist tells you that it is...

Negotiation Basics for Cultural Resource Managers

Negotiation Basics for Cultural Resource Managers

Nicholas Dorochoff
April 15, 2007

Anyone in the cultural resource management world will tell you that much of the job is successfully negotiating consensus on a course of action between various stakeholders. In this volume, Nicholas Dorochoff offers the heritage management community the benefit of decades of thinking on negotiation...

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