Seminar: Cultural Resources Management

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Seminar: Cultural Resources Management

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Sonoma State University

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ANTH 503

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Course Description

Who owns the past and who has the right to manage it? Review of federal, state, and local legislation pertinent to the inventory, evaluation, and treatment of archaeological sites, historic buildings, and places that are important to Native Americans and others. Emphasis is placed on process of evaluation according to legal guidelines including, CEQA, the Section 106 Process, and the National Register of Historic Places.

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One of the degree requirements for the MA in Cultural Resources Management at Sonoma State University. Course description listed on the university catalog. Please contact the Anthropology department for further information.

Additional tags: CEQA; Section 106; National Register of Historic Places; cultural resource management


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