Managing Archaeology - John Carman

Managing Archaeology

John Carman (Redaktør) ; Malcolm Cooper (Redaktør) ; Anthony Firth (Redaktør) ; David Wheatley (Redaktør) ; Clive Gamble (Introduksjon)

Focusing on the principles and practice of management today, and covering contract and field archaeology, heritage management, marketing, law and information technology, this is a collection of outstanding papers by diverse experts. Les mer
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Focusing on the principles and practice of management today, and covering contract and field archaeology, heritage management, marketing, law and information technology, this is a collection of outstanding papers by diverse experts.
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Forlag: Routledge
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 280
ISBN: 9780415106740
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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'This book is a character study for the future of British Archaeology as it seeks to define its role for the coming millennium.' - New Scientist

'Managing archaeology will undoubtedly emerge as a milestone in archaeological literature and will prove particularly valuable for those already on the professional career ladder.' - Antiquity

'It presents a broad view of the inner mechanisms of contemporary British Archaeology and its preoccupations and will be of interest to those working within the profession as well as providing useful insights for those less formally involved.' - Archaeological Journal

'This book is essential reading for all those involved in the practice of archaeology.' - International Journal of Heritage Studies

'Anyone interested in the process of archaeology will find something to interest them in this multi-authored volume ... This is an important volume because it raises many of the issues which archaeologists think about but do not necessarily talk about.' - Tim Schadla-Hall, The Archaeologist

'What emerges from this volume is a clear understanding that archaeology is now both a discipline, a scholarly academic undertaking, and a profession, a service provided to others for a consideration, not always monetary in nature.' - Historical Archaeology

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