Archaeology and the Public
Institution Where Taught
Web Address (URL)
Applied archaeology in public settings, including publication, museum display, education, the illicit artifact trade, and other ethical issues.
Short course description available on the course catalog for the Department of Anthropology. Please contact department for further information.
Additional tags: applied archaeology; ethical issues
RPA Codes & Standards
- Appropriate Dissemination of Research
- Archaeologist's Responsibility to Colleagues, Employees, and Students
- Archaeologist's Responsibility to Employers and Clients
- Archaeologist's Responsibility to the Public
Keywords & Terms
- Adequate and Responsible Reporting, Publication, and Dissemination
- Consultation/Partnership with Affected Groups
- Impact on Communities - Local, Descendant, etc.
- Local, State, Federal, and Tribal Laws
- Looting, Collecting, and Illicit Trade of Cultural Property
- Management of Cultural Resources, Heritage, History
- Museum, Collection, Curation and Display Standards
- Professional Standards
- Public Interest, Collaboration, Education, and Outreach
- Respect for and Responsibility to Affected Groups
- Standards of Data Collection, Recordation, Analysis