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Pedagogy and practice in heritage studies / edited by Susan J. Bender and Phyllis Mauch Messenger ; foreword by Paul A. Shackel.

Publication:
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2019]
Format/Description:
Book
xiv, 220 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series:
Cultural heritage studies.
Cultural heritage studies
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Subjects:
Cultural property -- Study and teaching.
National characteristics -- Study and teaching.
History -- Study and teaching.
Historic preservation -- Study and teaching.
Cultural property -- Protection.
Summary:
This volume challenges professors of anthropology (both practicing and aspiring) to incorporate pedagogies of engaged, critical learning into their classrooms. By showing how we can teach archaeology such that students realize that there are connections between our understandings of the past and the present, and that archaeological methods can illuminate the values of contemporary people, the case studies in this book create a framework for connecting archaeology curricula to heritage study.
Contents:
Introduction / Susan Bender and Phyllis Messenger
Archaeology in school: student learning outcomes / Jeanne Moe
Archaeology in school: tapping into histories and historical inquiry / Charles S. White
Assessing student learning in heritage studies: what does it mean for students to "understand" archaeological ethics?? / Alicia Ebbitt McGill
The challenges of curriculum change and the pedagogy of public archaeology and CRM at the University of South Florida / Thomas Pluckhahn
Teaching heritage in the field: an example from Menorca, Spain / Ricardo J. Elia, Amalia P℗rez-Juez, and Meredith Anderson
Educating students about the modern realities of exploring ancient sites in the Middle East / Sandra Scham
Do the homeless have heritage? Archaeology and the pedagogy of discomfort / Elizabeth Kryder-Reid
Learning to listen / A. Gwynn Henderson and Nicolas R. Lauracuente
Experiencing antiquity in the first person through archaeological fiction: the pedagogical opportunities of BACAB CAAS / Lewis C. Messenger, Jr
Connecting the dots: teaching archaeology and social relevance / Shereen Lerner and Richard Effland
Making connections in a course on food, foraging, and farming / Frances Hayashida.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the George Clapp Vaillant Book Fund.
Contributor:
George Clapp Vaillant Book Fund.
Bender, Susan J., editor.
Messenger, Phyllis Mauch, 1950- editor.
Shackel, Paul A., author of foreword.
ISBN:
9780813056142
0813056144
OCLC:
1029797485
Publisher Number:
99980298900