For The First Time We Have A Volume That Shows Us The Story Of Archaeology At Some Of Our Most Significant And Cherished Institutions, America S Colleges And Universities Richard C Waldbauer, National Park Service The Chapters In This Volume Demonstrate The Integration Of Teaching, Learning, Research, And Service In The Efforts To Preserve And Interpret Heritage For The Benefit Of All Those Who Identify With The Academy Michael S Nassaney, Western Michigan UniversityAs A Discipline, Archaeology Often Provides Amazing Insights Into The Past But It Can Also Illuminate The Present, Especially When Investigations Are Undertaken To Better Examine The History Of Institutions Such As Colleges And UniversitiesIn Beneath The Ivory Tower, Contributors Offer A Series Of Case Studies To Reveal The Ways Archaeology Can Offer A Objective View Of Changes And Transformations That Have Taken Place On America S College Campuses From The Tennis Courts Of William And Mary To The Iconic Paths, Lawns, And Well Ordered Brick Buildings Of Harvard, This Volume Will Change The Ways Readers Look At Their Alma Maters And At Archaeology Also Included Are Studies Of Michigan State, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Massachusetts, Illinois, North Carolina, Washington Lee, Santa Clara, California, And Stanford
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- Beneath the Ivory Tower
- Russell K. Skowronek
- 05 January 2019 Russell K. Skowronek