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Is Archaeology a Legitimate Profession?

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Sitting here on a late February morning, I’ve been reflecting on a February 8th webinar I attended that was sponsored by the SAA.  Titled, the “Future of Cultural Resource Management Archaeology in the United States,”  it was intended to be an expansive review of where CRM is going.  Sitting through the webinar, virtually all of the speakers zeroed in on staffing, more specifically the current and anticipated lack of both field crew and directors and principal investigators, exacerbated by the expected demands of the Build Back Better Act and the more recent Inflation Reduction Act.

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