Project Management for Archaeology

Project Management for Archaeology


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Archaeology, the science in charge of studying ancient cultures, is without a doubt one of the most alluring professions in today's academic world. It is a versatile and complex discipline requiring a lot of skill expertise from both students and specialists, including the efficient management of team of coworkers, logistics, resources, etc. Project Management for Archaeology is a first approach to students and inexperienced archaeologists striving to better organize, lead, and execute an archaeological project. It also offers great insight and strategies to experienced and Òold-schoolÓ researchers in order to improve efficiency, leadership, and organizational skills, following the most effective management techniques in the market. Presented with a flexible approach that accommodates all types of archaeological research (from academic to rescue and salvage projects), Project Management for Archaeology is meant to be a practical handbook to be used all along the lifetime of any archaeological project.

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ISBN-13: 9781631572982
Publisher: Business Expert Press
Publication date: 09/14/2017
Pages: 202
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.43(d)

About the Author

Rodrigo Vilanova de Allende, PhD, is a Mexican archaeologist with 20 years' experience as project assistant to important research projects including the Proyecto Eje Valle del Mezquital (ENAH), Mexico, where he has coordinated student research teams and taught surface survey, excavation, and ethics courses. Currently, he teaches at ITESM in Queretaro Campus.

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