ANTH 461 - Historical Archaeology: Method and Theory

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Students should pay particular attention to the sections on "Plagiarism," "Citing References," and "Ethics & Human Subjects." Please use the AAA-style guide for all referencing in papers.

Websites related to the course material:

http://www.uiweb.uidaho.edu/LS/AACC/

Asian American Comparative Collection resides in the Laboratory of Anthropology at the University of Idaho.  Limited number of artifact illustrations online.  Links page to museums and sites located in the Pacific Northwest.

http://memorybc.ca/

MemoryBC is the portal to the British Columbia Archival Information Network.  Researchers can browse categories according to archival descriptions, names, repositories, subjects, or places.

http://www.sha.org/

The Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA), as its name implies, specializes in historical archaeology, with an emphasis on the New World.  Its website has a wide range of resources (e.g., historic bottle identification) and learning tools (e.g., bibliographies).

http://www.spma.org.uk/

The Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology is the equivalent of SHA, but based in Europe, i.e., its aim is to promote "the archaeology of late medieval to industrial society in Britain, Europe and those countries influenced by European colonialism."

 

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