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Title Archaeologists as activists : can archaeologists change the world? / edited by M. Jay Stottman.
Published Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, c2010
Detail viii, 207 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm
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Added Author Christensen, Kim. Archaeology and activism of the past and present
  Mcdavid, Carol Public archaeology, activism, and racism: rethinking the heritage "product"
  Gadsby, David A. Activism as archaeological praxis: engaging communities with archaeologies that matter
  Barnes, Jodi A. Activism as archaeological praxis: engaging communities with archaeologies that matter
  Jeppson, Patrice L. Doing our homework: reconsidering what archaeology has to offer schools
  Chidester, Robert C. "Movement archaeology": promoting the labor movement in Maryland
  Stahlgren, Lori C. Negotiating history, slavery, and the present: archaeology at Farmington Plantation
  McBride, W. Stephen. Archaeology and the creation of a Civil War park: experiences from Camp Nelson, Kentucky
  McBride, Kim A. Archaeology and the creation of a Civil War park: experiences from Camp Nelson, Kentucky
  Prybylski, Matthew E. Reconnecting community: archaeology and activism at the Portland Wharf
  Jay Stottman, M. Reconnecting community: archaeology and activism at the Portland Wharf
  Miller, Sarah E. The Saratoga of the south will rise (or be razed) again: archaeologists collaborating with communities
  Henderson, A. Gwynn. The Saratoga of the south will rise (or be razed) again: archaeologists collaborating with communities
  Little, Barbara J. Epilogue: Changing the world with archaeology
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