"Re-ARC, Defining Reconstructive Archaeology for the 21st Century"
16 October 2010
The Schiele Museum of Natural History, Gastonia NC, USA
# Studies in Reconstructive and Experimental Archaeology
# Methods to Professionalize and Legitimize your Experiments
# Writing a Paper
# Structuring Effective Experiments
# Working with Primitive Technologists, Archaeologists and Academics
# What Makes "Good Science"?
# The Future in Reconstructive Archaeology
# Reconstructive Archaeology as a New Degree Program!
# Reconstructive/Experimental Archaeology in the Classroom
# Primitive Technology Resources for the Classroom
# How to Utilize Primitive Technology Effectively on the Dig Site, in
Analysis, Public Education, and Promotion
# The Value of Experiential Knowledge in Site Analysis
# Accessing the Expertise - How to Find a "Primitive Technologist" When You
Deadline for submissions: June 30, 2010
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Attention: Mark Butler, 1110 McCrae Dr., Moncks Corner, SC 29461
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