Master of Arts (M.A.)
Degree Granting Department
Diane Wallman, Ph.D.
Jonathan Bethard, Ph.D.
Sarah Taylor, Ph.D.
archaeology, information accessibility, digital and social media, indigenous archaeology, ethics, decolonization, professionalization
Ancient Greek scholars have scaffolded ethical examination for several fields beyond philosophy, providing essential guidance for management and practicum within professions. From the Society of Antiquaries of London (1718) to the Society of American Archaeology (1934), the professional study has continued to evolve as new translations of the past and new models for predicting human behavior in the future would underpin the development of ethics in academic archaeology. Database enabled study creates opportunities for open research, expanding data pools and scientific perspectives and becomes essential for providing inclusivity, respect, and cooperation in order to build and rebuild paradigms.
Scholar Commons Citation
Rivera, Dina, "Archaeology and the Philosopher's Stance: An Advance in Ethics and Information Accessibility" (2020). Graduate Theses and Dissertations.