Society for American Archaeology 15(2)

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March 1997


The Annual Meeting in Nashville


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"We could tell you yet again about the planned excursions... recount the many technical highpoints of the meeting... go on about the spectacular Opryland Hotel..."



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editor's Corner

We're on the Way to Nashville!

Letters to the Editor

Archaeopolitics

In Brief...

Student Affairs--Getting Your First Job in CRM

Working Together--Archaeology, Education, and the Secwepemc

The American Archaeologist: Results of the 1994 SAA Census

Insights--Changing Directions in CRM: A Roundtable Discussion, Redux

SOPA Vote Favors ROPA Proposal

The New National Park Service Thematic Framework for History and Prehistory

Ecosystem Management and CRM: Do We Have A Role?

Publicly Speaking: Notes from the Public Relations Committee

News and Notes

Positions Open

Calendar


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