The Southeast Archeological Center and Hamline University used funds provided by NCPTT to host a four-day workshop in November called “Heritage Values: The Past in Contemporary Society.” The workshop brought together an international panel to discuss how the past is valued and how such values can be defined, measured, and applied to public policy, spending, education, and economic development. The panel featured representatives from the World Archaeological Congress, Register of Professional Archaeologists, Society for American Archaeology, International Council on Monuments and Sites, National Park Service, and numerous prominent research universities and organizations.

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