CRMudgeoneity: Readings from Tom King's CRM Plus Blog, 2005-2011
Author: Tom King
Format: Kindle Edition
Publisher: Thomas F. King PhD
Release Date: November 28, 2011
How can we save archaeological sites, tribal sacred places, and important historic buildings and landscapes while getting on with the work of the modern world? That's among the challenges of "cultural resource management" or CRM Tom King is a leading practitioner of and writer about CRM, and since 2005 has been writing essays on the subject -- mostly "curmudgeonly" critiques of the way CRM and environmental impact assessment (EIA) are done -- on his weblog: "Tom King's CRM Plus." This book, designed as a supplementary text for use in CRM, EIA, historic preservation, and anthropology/archaeology classes, presents most of King's essays and accompanying discussions, organized for easy access and reference.