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Proposed Community-Engaged Archaeology Session

Time, Tension, and Community-engaged Archaeology

Archaeologists who primarily research within their home regions often engage in applied projects to help community partners address research or heritage management needs. In turn archaeologists acquire more archaeological data for themselves or their students, and often find funding for research.  It takes time for community partners and an archaeologist to build trust.  What happens when changes in personnel, funding agencies, or policy intervene in a long-term relationship?  How can applied archaeologists adapt to the ebb and flow of long-term community relationships?  Linda Stine

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