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Constructing new knowledge in industrial archaeology
Global Perspectives on Archaeological Field Schools
  • Timothy Scarlett, Michigan Technological University
  • Sam R. Sweitz, Michigan Technological University
Document Type
Book Chapter
Publication Date
9-22-2011
Abstract
Field schools in industrial archaeology (IA) are unusual within academic archaeology, a fact that reflects the unusual relationship between IA and other types of archaeology in the landscape of academic bureaucracies. In this essay, we offer some personal observations on how the field school experience contributes to building new knowledge in this field. Some of our concerns are unique to teaching IA, or if not unique, at least more particular for collaborations surrounding Industrial Heritage.
Publisher's Statement

© Springer International Publishing. Publisher's version of record: https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4614-0433-0_8

Citation Information
Timothy Scarlett and Sam R. Sweitz. "Constructing new knowledge in industrial archaeology" Global Perspectives on Archaeological Field Schools (2011) p. 119 - 143
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/timothy-scarlett/6/