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Margaret Purser


Chapter 1. PANYC: The Why, The Then, and The Now
Joan H. Geismar

Chapter 2. “Cursed Be He that Moves My Bones”: The Archaeologist’s Role in Protecting Burial Sites in Urban Areas
Elizabeth D. Meade and Douglas Mooney

Chapter 3. Digging Truth: Archaeology and Public Imagination in Shockoe Bottom
Ana Edwards

Chapter 4. Seneca Village Interpretations: Bringing Collaborative Historical Archaeology and Heritage Advocacy to the Forefront and Online
Meredith B. Linn, Nan A. Rothschild, and Diana diZerega Wall

Chapter 5. Right to the City: Community-Based Urban Archaeology as Abolitionist Heritage
Kelly M. Britt

Chapter 6. “Think Like an Historical Archaeologist”: Moving Beyond the Primary Source Document in K-12 Education
Elizabeth Martin

Chapter 7. “DIVERS[]S” and the Political Legacies of an "Experience-Exhibition"
María Fernanda Ugalde and O. Hugo Benavides

Chapter 8. American Apotheosis: Confronting Exceptionalism in the (Re)Production of National Identity
Diane F. George

Conclusion: Commentary
Christopher N. Matthews


Advocacy and Archaeology

Urban Intersections

Edited by Kelly M. Britt and Diane F. George

254 pages, 32 illus., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-964-2 Hb Published (April 2023)

eISBN 978-1-80073-965-9 eBook