Society for American Archaeology 13(3)
June/July/August 1995 13(3)
"...we foresee a series of new developments to ensure different conditions for Peruvian archaeology than have predominated thus far
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...two conditions will be responsible for this: a new generation of archaeologists, Peruvians and foreign, and new social and cultural conditions in the country."
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. Editor's Corner
3. Letters to the Editor
4. Post-Plenary Reflections
5. SOPA/ROPA: Creation of a Register of Professional Archaeologists
6. Working Together--Hopi Oral History, Part II
7. Government Affairs
9. Exchanges--Peruvian Archaeology
10. Land Use History of North America
11. Insights--Pragmatic Training
12. Court Rulings Find Protection of Historic Resources Not a "Taking"
13. 1996 Meeting in New Orleans
14. Election results for Executive Board and Nominating Committees
15. Ethics Committee Requests Input
16. News and Notes
17. Positions Open
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