ANTH 3450 CRM & Civic Engagement

Cultural Resources Management (CRM) and Community Engagement. This course explores the community implications of protected and potentially vulnerable cultural resources (historic, ethnographic, architectural, archaeological) in the United States and, more specifically, the ability to recognize such resources within communities. Students will gain experience applying federal, state and local laws, policies and procedures to identify significant archaeological and historic sites, and to consider the means to preserve or otherwise protect their inherent research value and community interests. Students will become familiar with cultural resource law and practices through the investigation of significant cultural resources in nearby communities and throughout the U.S. This is a Writing Intensive course. Course is UCC - Area 5 Community and Civic Engagement. 
Credits: 3.0