The Annotated Bibliography

THEN has initiated an annotated bibliography project. The Annotated Bibliography is a searchable database of heritage education references for professionals as well as a listing of resources for educators and the general public. The Annotated Bibliography contains books, journals, magazines, newsletters, classroom materials, videos, blogs, and websites.

While accessible and usable by members and nonmembers, only members of THEN may contribute to the Annotated Bibliography. If you would like to contribute, please join THEN under the appropriate membership category. The resource entry form is located in the Members Only section of the website. If you find an error on any of the entries, please contact us.

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Type: Journal
Ward, Julie
2002     Whitby Abbey, English Heritage and Archaeology. Internet Archaeology, Issue 12, Department of Archaeology (University of York)
Type: Journal
Weisman, Brent R.
2003     Why Florida Archaeology Matters. Southeastern Archaeology, 22(2): 210-226, Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Type: Website
2017     Wisconsin Historic Preservation and Archaeology Month. Wisconsin Historical Society
Type: Magazine
Stothert, Karen E.
1998     Working Together: The New Role of the Ancient Lovers of Sumpa. SAA Bulletin, 16(2): 24-25, Society for American Archaeology
Type: Magazine, Program
Biittner, Katie M., Willoughby, Pamela R.
2012     Working with Local Communities and Managing Cultural Heritage in Iringa Region, Tanzania. The SAA Archaeological Record, 12(4): 36-39, Society for American Archaeology
Type: Magazine
Klesert, Anthony L.
1998     You Too Can Write Good: Writing about Archaeology for Local Newspapers. SAA Bulletin, 16(3): 17, Society for American Archaeology
Type: Magazine
Hoopes, John W.
1999     You’ve Got News! Archaeology Journalism on the Internet. SAA Bulletin, 17(2): 26-28, Society for American Archaeology
Type: Newsletter, Program
Kaupp, P. Ann
2003     Young Scholars’ Social Science Summit. AnthroNotes, 24(2): 17, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History Department of Anthropology