By Alice Beck Kehoe, Mary Beth Emmerichs
Those twelve essays specialize in the fight to professionalize Americanist archaeology within the 19th and 20th centuries. managed by means of antiquarian and aristocratic creditors within the mid-nineteenth century, the sector handed into the palms of execs practising a full-fledged archaeological technological know-how by way of the early 20th century. The authors deal either with mainstreams in archaeological concept, professionalization, and technological know-how and with the connection of archaeology to American society and tradition. in the course of the developmental struggles, strong males and associations marginalized girls, ethnic minorities, the reduce and heart sessions, and practitioners with the inaccurate pedigree, and blocked examine agendas that diverged from the norm. as well as Kehoe, participants contain Elin D. Danien, Donald McVicker, Neil Asher Silberman, Lawrence G. Desmond, William G. Dever, Stephen L. Dyson, James W. Halporn, Mary Ann Levine, Susan J. Bender, Don D. Fowler, and Jonathon E. Reyman.
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The latter cite a paper by a man, John Bennett, who, they note, mentioned important contributions by Kneberg and Keur. As junior author to her male partner T. M. N. Lewis, Kneberg can be found in Trigger's, Patterson's and Willey and Sabloff's bibliographies, but Keur's monograph cited by Bennettthe inaugural volume in the Society for American Archaeology Memoirs seriesis not listed! '" (quoted by Albisetti 1995:236). The final section is focused on the American Southwest, the glamorous land promoted by Charles Lummis and Edgar Hewett as well as railroad tycoon Fred Harvey.
The theme that emerged from such focus is the struggle to professionalize the discipline of archaeology, a struggle that involved the marginalization of the uncredentialed, members of the wrong social class, women, and those with the wrong regional or academic connections. From Antiquarians to Archaeologists, from Aristocrats to Academics In the history of archaeology, a distinction must first be made between the practice of archaeological research and the profession of archaeology. Archaeology, understood as the praxis of systematic scientific collection and excavation of data on past human cultures, has been carried out since antiquity (Trigger 1989:2830).
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Assembling the Past: Studies in the Professionalization of Archaeology by Alice Beck Kehoe, Mary Beth Emmerichs