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AKA-265666-19
A Liberal Arts Approach to an Archaeological Curriculum
Leslie Warden, Trustees of Roanoke College

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Archaeological computing lab (Course or Curricular Material)
Title: Archaeological computing lab
Author: Leslie Anne Warden
Author: Anil Shende
Author: Durell Bouchard
Abstract: Archaeological projects, whether they are surveys or excavations, are awash in data. Computer programs allow for data to be efficiently input, retrieved, and analyzed. This lab will walk through the translation of archaeological records into two different digital formats, exploring the pros and cons of both and what types of analysis they empower.
Year: 2021
Audience: Undergraduate

Tidewater and Native Peoples: Using Botanical Understanding to Elucidate Human Use (Course or Curricular Material)
Title: Tidewater and Native Peoples: Using Botanical Understanding to Elucidate Human Use
Author: DorothyBelle Poli
Author: Whitney Leeson
Author: Leslie Anne Warden
Abstract: Goal of the Experience: To expose students to the ways that biology/plant biology and archaeology complement one another Learning Objectives: At the end of this laboratory experience, a student will be able to: Define archaeobotany. Identify and explain the purpose and importance of floatation sample processing and analysis. Discuss how special botanical features are valuable and utilized in botany and archaeobotany studies. Apply recent skills to a new scenario to make suggestions for the botanical presence in archaeological specimen.
Year: 2021
Audience: Undergraduate


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