Northeast Anthropology, issue 73 (2007) pp. 1-15
Public education and outreach are important components of research and compliance projects. The integration of diverse constituencies in public outreach and education, however, is not without its drawbacks. This paper provides an introduction to recent public archaeology and education projects in the Northeast and discusses how various constituencies have been incorporated into these projects. The paper focuses on the importance of these efforts and the need to involve the public in archaeological projects.
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