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Browsing by Subject "American Indians"

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  • Fitzhugh, William W. (2009)
    Smithsonian anthropologist Fitzhugh presents a synopsis of the Arctic region's archaeology with an emphasis on how climate change over the last 10,000 years affected human activities in the region.
  • Lassiter, Luke Eric (2004)
    The history, ethical framework, and responsibilities of scientists conducting ethnographic research; author uses examples from his experiences with collaborative ethnography.
  • Wolfe, Mary Anne (1981)
    Unit plan presents contrasting accounts as a way to develop students' critical thinking skills; focus on Yanomamo culture.
  • Christensen, Bonnie (1996)
    Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse conducts archaeological research and runs the Archaeology in Education Program for precollege educators.
  • Krech, Shepard III (2004)
    Examines competing historical stereotypes of North American indigenous peoples, namely, the Noble Indian, particularly the Ecological Indian, vs. the Ignoble Indian; related online resources available from the Smithsonian ...
  • Dillehay, Tom D. (2005)
    Dillehay discusses his work as the original lead archaeologist at Monte Verde, Chile, as well as the changing relationship between researchers and the region's indigenous peoples.
  • Selig, Ruth O.; Peterson, Anna (2004)
    Sample lesson plan suitable for grades 7-12 that uses an updated article from 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'; see original article, Winter 1990, vol. 12:1, by Robert S. Laughlin and Kathleen Bragdon.
  • Davis, M. Elaine (2003)
    Based on Davis' work at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, this article examines various perspectives on questions of realness and authenticity pertaining to archaeological sites and artifacts.
  • Messenger, Phyllis; Halvorsen, Joel; Kraemer, Kathy (1996)
    Perspectives from 3 experts--an archaeologist, a computer specialist, and an educator--provide insights about using computer-based opportunities to study Central American history and culture.
  • Dittemore, Margaret R. (2001)
    Annotated bibliography of online sites offering a wealth of information for teaching about North American Indians.
  • Schwartz, Douglas W. (2007)
    By using new evidence from climatology, history, ethnography, and archaeology, the author refutes earlier scholars' assertions about the origins and growth of the great pueblos in the North American Southwest.
  • Bense, Judith A. (1995)
    In Pensacola, archaeology is viewed as an economic resource with support from business, civic, and political entities.,
  • Billeck, William T. (2002)
    Repatriation issues and examples from the National Museum of Natural History; for an updated version of this article, see 'Anthropology Explored, 2nd ed.'
  • Lacroix, Jennifer (2005)
    This review of an ethnographic documentary explores the evolution of basket weaving in Navajo culture followed by lesson plan suggestions; easily accessible to students from early elementary through college.
  • Ashmore, Pamela; Baumann, Timothy (2003)
    Two creative hands-on archaeology-based activities emphasize math and science skill development, collaboration, and interpretation; authors target grades 6 and 7, but lessons are suitable for grades 8-12 as well.,
  • Chiarulli, Beverly (2001)
    Three exercises using Maya art and writing that can be adapted for use in science, social studies and art classes; suitable for grades 9-12 and college.
  • Perez Baez, Gabriela (2011)
    Smithsonian linguist P?z B?, a member of the Recovering Voices Project, examines the impact of modern telecommunications technology on the world's linguistic diversity and the potential for maintaining this diversity; ...
  • Potter, Stephen R. (1984)
    Description of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites found on National Park Service lands in and around Washington, D.C.
  • Spang, Lyra (2010)
    Anthropologist Spang examines tourism as an ideal place to explore key questions about identity production, 'the other,' boundaries between different ethnic and cultural groups, as well as cultural exchange, change, and ...
  • Grove, David (1992)
    Based on newer evidence, scholars reevaluate the traditional interpretations of Olmec history.

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