Open Access Presidential Scholars Thesis
Archaeology: Puzzle of the Past is a design for a museum exhibit to better explain archaeology to the public. Its purpose is to change the audience's perspective from one of object orientation to visualization of archaeology as a process. The exhibit utilizes a chronological and concrete approach to move the visitors through the major steps in the archaeological process -- including survey, excavation, labwork, and interpretation -- as they occur within the parameters of a fictitious archaeological site. In addition, interactive exercises are designed to be included within each area to reinforce the message.
Date of Award
Department of Anthropology
Presidential Scholar Designation
A paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation Presidential Scholar
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©1994 - Kristine Eyheralde
Eyheralde, Kristine, "Archaeology: puzzle of the past: an exhibit design" (1994). Presidential Scholars Theses (1990 – 2006). 65.