What’s at the Core of Archeological Institutions? (ASW 13-3)

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Ever wonder what drives archaeological institutions to do the work they do? This issue provides a wide range of perspectives on why we do what we do.

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This Issue’s Articles Include:

• Missions and Visions: What’s at the Core of Archaeological Institutions – William H. Doelle, President, Center for Desert Archaeology
• School of American Research – Duane Anderson, Vice President, School of American Research
• Amerind Foundation – Anne I. Woosley, Director, Amerind Foundation
• A National Archaeological Strategy for Now and the Next Century – Francis P. McManamon, Chief Archaeologist, National Park Service, Departmental Counsulting Archaeologist, Department of the Interior
• Opportunities to Participate in Archaeology – J. Homer Thiel, Desert Archaeology, Inc.
• Preserving the Past – William H. Doelle, President, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Center for Desert Archaeology – William H. Doelle, President, Center for Desert Archaeology
• Southwestern Archaeology on the World-Wide Web – Brian W. Kenney, Southwestern Archaeology
• Rio Grande Foundation for Communities and Cultural Landscapes – Kurt F. Anscheutz and Cherie L. Scheick, Rio Grande Foundation
• 25 Years of Garbage and… – William L. Rathje, University of Arizona
• Back Sight – William H. Doelle, Center for Desert Archaeology