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Archaeology and Historic Preservation

September 14 - November 16, 2017

10-week course

Archaeological cultural resources are sometimes seem as a "special case" in historic preservation, somewhat removed from conservation, restoration, and management of historic buildings, areas usually perceived as the main business of historic preservation. This course will introduce students to the discipline of archaeology within historic preservation, the framework within which the majority of archaeologists work today. It will show that archaeology is an important partner discipline in efforts to understand and protect the past. No previous knowledge of archaeology is assumed, and the course will commence with a basic introduction to archaeological theory, methods, and terminology. We will review the national, state, and local regulatory and legal environment specifically impacting archaeology. The class will use case studies, many of them regional, to explore the many different roles of archaeology in historic preservation. Students will learn why and how archaeological studies are undertaken as part of the nation's historic preservation program and about the challenges and opportunities archaeology presents to public agencies, private developers, and to those involved in preserving the past.

Instructor: Ian Burrow
Dates: Thursdays, Sept. 14-Nov. 16, 2017
Time: 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Location: Rutgers University-Camden, Campus Center
Cost: $250
Credits: 2 CEUs

Ian Burrow has been an archaeological and cultural resource management professional since 1975. In 2015 he founded BurrowIntoHistory, LLC, a company whose mission is to improve the preservation, management, and public enjoyment of historical cultural resources in the United States and beyond. He was the 2015 recipient of the New Jersey Historical Commission's Richard J. Hughes Award for Distinguished Contributions to Public Knowledge and Preservation of New Jersey History. He has investigated numerous archaeological sites, including the Old Barracks National Historic Landmark in Trenton, the Pluckemin Artillery Cantonment in Somerset County, NJ, the Charles Carroll House in Annapolis, and Princeton Battlefield. He has also directed major investigations on 18th-century urban sites in Philadelphia, Trenton, and Jersey City. He has taught at Drew, Rutgers, Rider, and the University Delaware.

 
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Rutgers University-Camden
Campus Center
Camden, NJ 08102
 
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Tamara Gaskell
Email: preservation@rutgers.edu
Phone: 856-225-6878
Fax: 856-225-6806
   



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