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Becoming an Archaeologist A Guide to Professional Pathways

By: Joseph Flatman(Author)
275 pages
Becoming an Archaeologist
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Becoming an Archaeologist: A Guide to Professional Pathways is an engaging handbook on career paths in archaeology. It outlines the process of getting a job in archaeology, including various career options, the training required, and how to get positions in the academic, commercial, government and charity sectors. This new edition has been substantially revised and updated. The coverage has been expanded to include many more examples of archaeological lives and livelihoods from dozens of countries around the world. It also has more interviews, with in-depth analyses of the career paths of over twenty different archaeologists working around the world. Data on the demographics of archaeologists has also been updated, as have sections on access to and inclusion in archaeology. The volume also includes revised and updated appendices and a new bibliography. Written in an accessible style, the book is essential reading for anyone interested in a career in archaeology in the twenty-first century.


1. What is – and isn't – archaeology?
2. Skills and training in archaeology
3. Cultural resource management
4. Academic archaeology
5. Local and state government archaeology
6. Central and federal government archaeology
7. Public and community archaeology
Conclusion: archaeology for all

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By: Joseph Flatman(Author)
275 pages
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