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CONTENTS Foreword Timothy P. Whalen Introduction Neville Agnew PART I. Plenary Presentations Looking Forward, Not Backward: Archaeology and the Future of the Past Brian Fagan The Monumental and the Trace: Archaeological Conservation and the Materiality of the Past Rosemary Joyce PART II. Innovative Approaches to Policy and Management of Archaeological Sites Introduction Douglas C. Comer Ideology, Economics, and Site Management Douglas C. Comer NGO and Government Collaboration in Archaeological Site Management: The Case of Petra, Jordan Aysar Akrawi Privatization of State-owned Cultural Heritage: A Critique of Recent Trends in Europe Gaetano Palumbo Regional Site Management Planning and Training: The SPAFA Example in Southeast Asia Pisit Charoenwongsa Interpretation as Preservation: Rationale, Tools, and Challenges Neil Silberman and Dirk Callebaut Preservation of Heritage Sites in the Caribbean: The Experience of the Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park of St. Kitts and Nevis Larry Armony PART III. Conserving Archaeological Sites: New Approaches and Techniques Introduction Neville Agnew Making Archaeological Sites: Conservation as Interpretation of an Excavated Past Frank Matero Decision Making for Conservation of Archaeological Sites: The Example of the Laetoli Hominid Trackway, Tanzania Martha Demas and Neville Agnew Conservation qua Archaeology at Tell Mozan/Urkesh Giorgio Buccellati PART IV. Finding Common Ground: The Role of Stakeholders in Decision Making Introduction Brian Egloff Conservation, Researchers, and Aboriginal Heritage: A Perspective from Coastal Southeastern Australia Brian Egloff "It Will Always Be Set in Your Heart": Archaeology and Community Values at the Former Dennawan Reserve, Northwestern New South Wales, Australia Rodney Harrison Community-based Archaeological Resource Management in Southeast Asia Pisit Charoenwongsa Adaptive Management and the Community at El Pilar: A Philosophy of Resilience for the Maya Forest Anabel Ford Social Landscapes and Archaeological Heritage in Latin America Nelly Robles Garcia Reflections on Archaeological Heritage and Indigenous Peoples in Chile Ángel Cabeza Whose Archaeology? Social Considerations in Archaeological Research Design Richard Mackay Changing Stakeholders and Community Attitudes in the Côa Valley World Heritage Site, Portugal António Pedro Batarda Fernandes and Fernando Maia Pinto PART V. Issues at World Heritage Sites Introduction Sharon Sullivan Sustainable Tourism at Archaeological World Heritage Sites Eugenio Yunis Presentation and Interpretation of Archaeological Sites: TheCase of Tell Mozan, Ancient UrkeshGiorgio Buccellati Are We Ready to Learn? Lessons from the South Asian Region Gamini Wijesuriya Monitoring of Landscape Change at World Heritage Sites: Prologue to Proactive Management Douglas C. Comer PART VI. Archaeology and Tourism: A Viable Partnership? Introduction Eugenio Yunis The New Museum of Altamira: Finding Solutions to Tourism Pressure José Antonio Lasheras Corruchaga and Pilar Fat s Monforte Archaeology and Sustainable Tourism in Egypt: Protecting Community, Antiquities, and Environment Willeke Wendrich Maya Cities and Tourism Wolfgang Wurster Tourism and Cultural Risk Management Scott Cunliffe PART VII. Challenges in Conserving Archaeological Collections Introduction Jerry Podany Archaeological Collections: Valuing and Managing an Emerging Frontier S. Terry Childs Archaeological Archives in Britain and the Development of the London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre Hedley Swain Working with Native Communities and Collections at the National Museum of the American Indian: Theory and Practice Jessica S. Johnson, Bruce Bernstein, and James Pepper Henry Challenges in Conserving Archaeological Collections Kristín Huld Sigurðardóttir Archaeological Conservation in Turkey Hande Kökten PART VIII. Preserving the Cultural Heritage of Iraq and Afghanistan Introduction Claire L. Lyons The Law as a Tool for Cultural Heritage Preservation: The Case of Iraq and Afghanistan Patty Gerstenblith Babylon: A Case Study in the Military Occupation of an Archaeological Site Zainab Bahrani The National Museum and Archaeology in Afghanistan: Accomplishments and Current Needs Abdul Wassey Feroozi and Omara Khan Masoodi Preserving the Cultural and National Heritage of Afghanistan Philip L. Kohl and Rita Wright UNESCO's Mandate and Activities for the Rehabilitation of Afghanistan's Cultural Heritage Christian Manhart Recovery from Cultural Disaster: Strategies, Funding, and Modalities of International Cooperation in Afghanistan Jim Williams and Louise Haxthausen Preserving Afghanistan's Cultural Heritage: What Is to Be Done? Osmund Bopearachchi PART IX. Archaeology and Conservation in China Today: Meeting the Challenges of Rapid Development Introduction Neville Agnew China's Legal Framework for the Protection of Its Material Cultural Heritage Yang Zhijun Archaeology, Cultural Heritage Protection, and Capital Construction in China Guan Qiang Planning for Conservation of China's Prehistoric Sites and the Liangzhu Site Case Study Chen Tongbin Conservation during Excavation: The Current Situation in China Wu Xiaohong Heritage Protection in the Liyie Basin, Hunan Province, the People's Republic of China Yuan Jiarong The Conservation and Exhibition of Large-Scale Archaeological Sites in Liaoning, China Wang Jingchen PART X. Sharing Resources and Experience: Managing Archaeological Sites and Rock Art Sites in Southern Africa Introduction Janette Deacon Sharing Resources: Issues in Regional Archaeological Conservation Strategies in Southern Africa Janette Deacon Intangible Heritage Management: Does World Heritage Listing Help? Phenyo Churchill Thebe Rock Art Tourism in Southern Africa: Problems, Possibilities, and Poverty Relief Benjamin Smith Rock Art Management in Eastern and Southern Africa: Whose Responsibility? George H. O. Abungu Building Capacity to Protect Rock Art Heritage in Rural Communities Webber Ndoro Conservation of Non-Western Rock Art Sites Using a Holistic Medical Approach Johannes Loubser Why "Conserve"? Situating Southern African Rock Art in the Present Sven Ouzman The Authors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Antiquities -- Collection and preservation -- Congresses.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Collection and preservation -- Congresses.
Cultural property -- Protection -- Congresses.
Historic sites -- Conservation and restoration -- Congresses.