Summary of Comments on the Draft Preliminary Report on Renewing Our National Archaeological Program.
This preliminary report of the Tempe Conference on "Renewing Our National Archaeological Program" is a slightly revised version of the draft report that was produced in March 1995 following the conference. This draft was circulated fairly widely by electronic means and in paper form at an open forum at the SAA Annual Meeting in New Orleans. In response to circulation of the draft preliminary report, a number of letters, email messages, and verbal comments have been received by members of the "renewing" task force. A summary of those comments is presented below, following the preliminary report. The next steps for the "renewing" task force will be to take these comments into account, to prioritize the issues and recommendations, and to develop a final report. The task force is also expected to propose specific actions that the SAA, SOPA, and other archaeological organizations might take to see that the report's primary recommendations are implemented.
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