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US Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology: Soft Power, Hard Heritage
1. Introduction: Archaeology and U.S. Cultural Diplomacy 2. The Tea Circuit: Foreign Centers, Archaeology, and U.S. Cultural Policy 3. Archaeological Permits and Hostage Objects 4. Hard Borders, SoftExpand
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Egyptian-Canaanite Interaction at Nahal Tillah, Israel (ca. 4500-3000 B. C. E.): An Interim Report on the 1994-1995 Excavations
The nature of the Dynasty 0-Dynasty I Egyptian presence in southern Israel has been a source of debate since the excavations of Tel Erani on the fringe of the northern Negev in the 1950s whenExpand
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Storage Wars: Solving the Archaeological Curation Crisis?
Whether sponsored by academic institutions, governments, international agencies, or private landowners, the results of archaeological investigations are the same: the production of knowledge and anExpand
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FORUM STORAGE WARS Solving the Archaeological Curation Crisis
Whether sponsored by academic institutions, governments, international agencies, or private landowners, the results of archaeological investigations are the same: the production of knowledge and anExpand
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The Late Neolithic Presence in the Black Desert
Major cultural transformations took place in the southern Levant during the late prehistoric periods (ca. mid-seventh through fourth millenna B.C.E.). General syntheses rarely include more thanExpand
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When Communities Collide: Competing Claims for Archaeological Objects in the Market Place
Rather than recount a specific archaeological project and its community relationships, in the following, I consider the competing claims for archaeological objects by the various groups associatedExpand
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