History and Approaches to Heritage Studies

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • History and Approaches to Heritage Studies
  • Phyllis M Messenger
  • 03 January 2018
  • 0813056187

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History and Approaches to Heritage Studies As And People Are Recognizing The Need For Accurately Representing The Story Of The United States In Public Narratives, Especially Those Told At Museums And Historic Landmarks, Heritage Studies Is Emerging As An Important Program Of Study In Universities Across The Country These Two Collections Are Timely And Valuable Resources On The Theory And Practice Of Heritage Education And Its Relationship To The Discipline Of Archaeology History And Approaches To Heritage Studies Explores The Historical Development Of Cultural Heritage Theory And Practice, As Well As Current Issues In The Field This Volume Brings Together Archaeologists Who Are Deeply Engaged With A Range Of Stakeholders In Heritage Management And Training Chapters Contain Useful Reflections On Working With Descendant Communities, Local Residents, Community Partners, And Students In A Variety Of Settings With A Focus On Pedagogy Throughout, Topics Include The Importance Of Critical Thinking Skills, How Technology Has Transformed Education, Gender Issues In Archaeology, Minorities In Heritage Careers, NAGPRA And Ethics Education, Archaeology Field Schools, And E Learning Pedagogy And Practice In Heritage Studies Presents Teaching Strategies For Helping Students Think Critically About The Meanings Of The Past Today In These Case Studies, Experienced Teachers Discuss Ways To Integrate Heritage Studies Values Into Archaeology Curricula, Illustrating How The Fields Enrich Each Other They Argue That Encouraging Empathy Can Lead To Awareness Of The Continuity Between Past And Present, Reflection On Contemporary Cultural Norms, And Engagement With Issues Of Social And Climate Justice These Practical Examples Model Ways To Introduce Diverse Perspectives On History In Pre College, Undergraduate, And Graduate Contexts Emphasizing The Importance Of Heritage Studies Principles And Active Learning In Archaeological Education, These Handbooks Provide Tools To Equip Archaeologists And Heritage Professionals With Collaborative, Community Based, And Activist Approaches To The Past Contributors Susan J Bender Elizabeth S Chilton Bonnie J Clark Kate Clark Hannah Cobb Karina Croucher Greg Donofrio Patricia Emerson M Elaine Franklin Katherine Tim Hoogland Eleanor M King Robert MacDonald Arkadiusz Marciniak Phyllis Mauch Messenger Kevin P Murphy Teresa Nichols Patrick Nunnally K Anne Pyburn K.A Pyburn Mcguire, J Welch Paul Shackel April Sievert Chris Taylor Jayne Leigh Thomas Joe Watkins Anduin Wilhide Larry J Zimmerman Volumes In The Series Cultural Heritage Studies, Edited By Paul A Shackel

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