Table of contents for Archaeology as a tool of civic engagement / edited by Barbara J. Little and Paul A. Shackel.

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List of Tables, Figures
Chapter 1 
Archaeology and Civic Engagement
Barbara J. Little 
Chapter 2
History, Truth, and Reconciliation
Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh (Center for Desert Archaeology)
Chapter 3
Civic Engagement at Werowocomoco: Reasserting Native Narratives from a Powhatan Place of Power
Martin Gallivan and Danielle Moretti-Langholtz (College of William and Mary)
Chapter 4
Beyond Strategy and Good Intentions: Archaeology, Race and White Privilege 
Carol McDavid (Houston University)
Chapter 5
Politics, Inequality, and Engaged Archaeology: Community Archaeology Along the Color Line
Paul Mullins (Indiana University)
Chapter 6
Remaking Connections: Archaeology and Community after the Loma Prieta Earthquake. 
Mary Praetzellis (Sonoma State University), Adrian Praetzellis (Sonoma State University) and Thad Van Bueren (California Department of Transportation.)
Chapter 7
Voices from the Past: Changing the Culture of Historic House Museums with Archeology
Lori C. Stahlgren (Syracuse University and Kentucky Archaeological Survey) and M. Jay Stottman (University of Kentucky and Kentucky Archaeological Survey)
Chapter 8
Archaeology - the "Missing Link" to Civic Engagement? An Introspective Look at the Tools of Re-invention and Re-Engagement in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Kelly Britt (Columbia University)
Chapter 9
Civil Religion and Civically Engaged Archaeology: Researching Benjamin Franklin and the Pragmatic Spirit 
Patrice L. Jeppson (Independent Scholar)
Chapter 10
Reconnecting the Present with its Past: The Doukhobor Pit House Public Archaeology Project
Meagan Brooks (University of Saskatchewan)
Chapter 11
Heritage in Hampden: A Participatory Research Design for Public Archaeology in a Working-Class Neighborhood, Baltimore, Maryland 
David A. Gadsby (American University) and Robert Chidester (University of Michigan)
Chapter 12
Civic Engagement and Social Justice: Addressing Race and Labor Issues 
Paul A. Shackel (University of Maryland)
Chapter 13
Learning through Visitors: Exhibits as a Tool for Encouraging Civic Engagement through Archaeology
Teresa S. Moyer (University of Maryland)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Archaeology -- Social aspects.
Archaeology -- Political aspects.
Archaeology -- Philosophy.
Archaeology -- Case studies.
Social participation.
Social justice.
Political participation.
Community life.
Public history.
Cultural policy.