Archaeological ethics

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AltaMira Press , Lanham, MD
Statementedited by Karen D. Vitelli and Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh.
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ISBN 10075910963X

This page includes books, edited volumes, and monographs on archaeological ethics, as well as a selection of stand-alone chapters from other collections. While we do not enter chapters of edited volumes individually, entries for the edited volumes include the table of contents (when available) in the notes section, which show chapter titles and authors.

Challenging questions for discussion after each chapter make Archaeological Ethics an ideal textbook. The book is essential reading for students of many fields within the humanities and social sciences, and it will intrigue a general audience about the politics of the past in the modern : AltaMira Press.

Archaeological Ethics is an important book. Buy it and read it. (Carol A. Morrow Illinois Archaeology) This book is an important volume, released at a time when archaeologists need to be talking about ethics.

Vitelli and AltaMira Press have done a great service in making it available. An interesting and thought-provoking read for any archaeologist, it is a terrific resource for any instructor who wants to introduce ethics 5/5(1).

Archaeological Ethics book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The second edition of Archaeological Ethics is an invitation to an o /5(20).

Archaeological Ethics is a central text Archaeological ethics book our discipline and represents our global engagement with archaeology's many, diverse stakeholders.

Lynn Meskell. Amongst practicing archaeologists, K. Vitelli is the premier scholar of archaeological ethics, and her student Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh is following closely in her : Karen D. Vitelli. Archaeological Ethics is a central text for our discipline and represents our global engagement with archaeology's many, diverse stakeholders.

Lynn Meskell. Amongst practicing archaeologists, K. Vitelli is the premier scholar of archaeological ethics, and her student Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh is following closely in her : $ Addressing topics such as archaeologists' relations Archaeological ethics book indigenous peoples, the role of ethical codes, looting and the trade in antiquities, repatriation, and archaeologists' treatment of the dead, this book is an ideal introduction to the ethics of archaeology for students, scholars and professionals : Oliver Leaman, David E.

Cooper, Mark Pollard, Sandra M. Dingli, Gary A. Warrick, James O. Young, Leo. Archaeological Ethics. The second edition of Archaeological Ethics is an invitation to an ongoing and lively discussion on ethics. In addition to topics such as looting, reburial and repatriation, relations with native peoples, and professional conduct, Vitelli and Colwell-Chanthaphonh have responded to current events and news stories.

Archaeological Ethics Book Title Finding Jerusalem: Archaeology between Science and Ideology Author(s) Galor, Katharina Year of Publication Chapter Pages Publisher Name University of California Press Publisher Location. Welcome to the Archaeological Ethics Database. This database is an ongoing project by the Register of Professional Archaeologists (the Register) and the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA).

The goal of the database is to bring together sources on archaeological ethics in a single place for the use of students, researchers, and professional archaeologists. Archaeological Ethics is a central text for our discipline and represents our global engagement with archaeology's many, diverse stakeholders.

(Lynn Meskell, Manufacturer: AltaMira Press. Restoring the historicity and plurality of archaeological ethics is a task to which this book is devoted; its emphasis on praxis mends the historical condition of ethics. In doing so, it shows that nowadays a multicultural (sometimes also called “public”) ethic looms large in the discipline.

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Authored largely by members of the Society for American Archaeology Ethics Committee, this up-to-date edited volume of original articles tackles issues such as the origins of and theory behind 1/5(1).

Through its Committee on Ethics, annual Ethics Bowl, and Principles of Archaeological Ethics, SAA is a leader in defining and practicing ethical conduct. With the goal of establishing principles of archaeological ethics that are a living document, the SAA Board of Directors established a first task force who authored process recommendations by which the Principles of Archaeological Ethics will be updated.

Addressing topics such as archaeologists' relations with indigenous peoples, the role of ethical codes, looting and the trade in antiquities, repatriation, and archaeologists' treatment of the dead, this book is an ideal introduction to the ethics of : Cambridge University Press.

Ethics and Archaeological Praxis (Ethical Archaeologies: The Politics of Social Justice Book 1) - Kindle edition by Gnecco, Cristóbal, Lippert, Dorothy.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Ethics and Archaeological Praxis (Ethical Archaeologies: The Politics of Social Justice Book 1).Manufacturer: Springer.

Notes. Volume 7 in the book series by the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology. Archaeologists, power and the recent past / Chris Dalglish Open-air museums, authenticity and the shaping of cultural identity: an example from the Isle of Man / Catriona Mackie.

Archaeological Ethics by Vitelli, Karen D. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at x - Archaeological Ethics by Vitelli, Karen D ; Colwell-chanthaphonh, Chip - AbeBooks. Below are books and articles on some of the ethical issues involved in archaeology (ordered by date published): Colwell-Chanthaphonh, C., Hollowell, J., and D.

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Ethics in Action: Case Studies in Archaeological Dilemmas. The SAA Press. Hamilakis, Y., and P. Duke. Archaeology and Capitalism: From Ethics to Politics.

Left Coast Press. The Principles of Archaeological Ethics of the Society for American Archaeology have a series of ‘Principles of Archaeological Ethics’, which relate directly to the duty of archaeologists towards public archaeology. Principle 4 states that members should ‘reach out to, and participate in cooperative efforts with others interested in the Cited by: 4.

Archaeological ethics. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press, © (OCoLC) Palaeolithic obsidian from Franchthi Cave: a case study in context --Archaeology and the ethics of collecting / Arlen F The book is a collection of articles culled from Archaeology Magazine that Vitelli put together after being frustrated by the Read more.

This book ‘excavates’ the archaeology of East Jerusalem to reveal its social and political contexts, power structures and ethics. Readers interested in the history, archaeology and politics of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will find this book useful, as well as scholars and students of the history and ethics of Archaeology, Jerusalem.

Regardless of location, specialty, rank, heritage, gender, or age, ethics is an important part of the practice of every archaeologist.

Archaeologists learn about, apply, and debate ethics in formal and informal contexts: college classrooms, staff meetings, publications, field-research sites, and at the bar (or metaphorical watercooler) during professional meetings. While books on archaeological and anthropological ethics have proliferated in recent years, few attempt to move beyond a conventional discourse on ethics to consider how a discussion of the social and political implications of archaeological practice might be conceptualized differently.

Restoring the historicity and plurality of archaeological ethics is a task to which this book is devoted; its emphasis on praxis mends the historical condition of ethics.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Archaeology and the ethics of collecting / Arlen F. Chase, Diane Z. Chase, and Harriot W. Topsey --Trafficking in treasures / Maria Braden --Guardians of the dead / Roger Atwood --The world wide web of antiquities / Elaine Robbins --Faking biblical history / Neil.

At its Ap meeting, the SAA Executive Board adopted the Principles of Archaeological Ethics, reproduced below, as proposed by the SAA Ethics in Archaeology Committee. The adoption of these principles represents the culmination of an effort begun in with the formation of the ad-hoc Ethics in Archaeology Committee.

The second edition of Archaeological Ethics is an invitation to an ongoing and lively discussion on ethics. In addition to topics such as looting, reburial and repatriation, relations with native peoples, and professional conduct, Vitelli and Colwell-Chanthaphonh have responded to current events and news : Altamira Press.

Human Remains Responsibility of the Archaeologist vis-a-vis local traditions and cultures Responsibility of the Archaeologist vis-a-vis the architectural remains that have been uncovered during an excavation Responsibility of the Archaeologist vis-a-vis dissemination of the material uncovered, not.

The book also discusses legal issues such as the buying and selling of antiquities, the stewardship of archeological objects, archaeology and business, and issues about cooperation and respecting the rights of local communities where one is doing research.

This book was written for use as a text book in an archeology ethics course.

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Notes. The following Code of Ethics was approved by the Council at its Decem meeting, and amended at its Decem meeting. The Archaeological Institute of America is dedicated to the greater understanding of archaeology, to the protection and preservation of the world’s archaeological resources and the information they contain, and to the encouragement and support of.Addressing topics such as archaeologists' relations with indigenous peoples, the role of ethical codes, looting and the trade in antiquities, repatriation, and archaeologists' treatment of the dead, this book is an ideal introduction to the ethics of : $Restoring the historicity and plurality of archaeological ethics is a task to which this book is devoted; its emphasis on praxis mends the historical condition of ethics.

In doing so, it shows that nowadays a multicultural (sometimes also called “public”) ethic looms large in the : Springer New York.