The SAA Archaeological Record March 2011 : Page 1
the archaeological record SAA A The Magazine of the Society for American Archaeology Volume 11, No. 2 March 2011 Editor’s Corner Letter to the Editor In Memoriam: Paul Schultz Martin 2 3 4 Jane Eva Baxter Adrian Myers Gary Haynes special forum: careers in archaeology Foreword: In Every Career, A Story On Becoming a Developing Country Archaeologist Lessons in Management: Conducting an Interdisciplinary Career Making Archaeology Matter: The Power of “Face Time” and Personal Relationships Taking It to the Streets: A Career in Public Archaeology Grassroots and Boots: A Career in Community-based Archaeology in Alabama’s Tall Grass Prairie Native Soil: A Cherokee Archaeologist Digs Into His Own Heritage Bloom Where You’re Planted: Working in the Federal System How to Become an Archaeologist without Really Trying Archaeology and My Mission to Empower the Youth of My Community Still Digging Making a Difference: Archaeology for Educators and Students My Career as an Archaeologist, or “I Never Knew I Wanted to be an Archaeologist When I Grew Up” Afterword: Archaeology: A Job. A Career. And For Some, A Calling Positions Open News and Notes Guest Editors: A. Gwynn Henderson and Nicolas R. Laracuente 5 7 10 13 16 19 21 24 27 30 32 35 38 41 43 44 Nicolas R. Laracuente and A. Gwynn Henderson Jaime J. Awe John E. Byrd Giovanna Peebles C. Mathew Saunders Linda Derry Russell Townsend Barbara J. Little K. Kris Hirst Alexandra Jones Stephen H. Lekson Jeanne M. Moe Melody K. Pope A. Gwynn Henderson and Nicolas R. Laracuente On the cover, clockwise from top left: Jaime Awe conducting training program f for Belize tour guides (Photo by Myka Schwanke); Shane Doyle, a member of the Crow Nation, explains the dynamics of the Madison Buffalo Jump near Three Forks, Montana, while Jeanne leads a ﬁeld trip during the ﬁrst annual Project Archaeology Leadership Academy in June 2010; John E. Byrd (Photo courtesy of Forensic Imaging, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command); Steve Lek-son at Paquimé, ca. 1978 (photo by Catherine Cameron); Melody Pope (left) and Stephanie Wilson (right) at the Napoleon Hollow Site Excavations, Fall 1979 (Photo courtesy of Carol Goland); Russell Townsend (right); Linda Derry with volunteer crew at an annual Park Day event (© Beth Maynor Young); Mat Saunders working with students at Princess Place with Students; Alexandra Jones helping a student create a stratigraphy chart, Washington, DC. (photo by Jasmin Whitting); Giovanna Peebles (left) at a ribbon cutting with Vermont’s Governor and other dignitaries at the grand opening of the President Coolidge Museum and Visitor Center (Credit: David Mace, VT Agency of Commerce & Community Development).
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