Cultural Resources Management Archaeology: Practice and Practicalities

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Cultural Resources Management Archaeology: Practice and Practicalities

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University of Iowa

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Cultural Resources Management (CRM) archaeology as the largest sector of archaeological research in the United States in terms of employment, funding, and field- and lab-related activity; investigate the past, navigate the complexities of compliance requirements from federal, state, and local regulations concerning historic preservation; introduction to the legal, procedural, and practical foundations of CRM archaeology; prepare students for employment by acquisition of skills from project planning through dissemination of results.

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Course description available on the University of Iowa course catalog under Anthropology Courses. Please cotnact department for additional information.

Additional tags: professionalism; cultural resource management; compliance


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