JAIC 2001, Volume 40, Number 2, Article 5 (pp. 137 to 146)
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JAIC 2001, Volume 40, Number 2, Article 5 (pp. 137 to 146)

ARCHAEOLOGISTS ON CONSERVATION: HOW CODES OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL ETHICS AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS TREAT CONSERVATION

SUSAN I. ROTROFF



NOTES

1. For an index of codes of many professional societies, see the web page of the Illinois Institute of Technology, Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions, at http://csep.iit.edu/codes/index.html (accessed 8/14/00).



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AUTHOR INFORMATION

SUSAN I. ROTROFF is professor of classical archaeology at Washington University in St. Louis and a specialist on Greek ceramics of the Hellenistic period (3d–1st century B.C.). She is a longtime member of the research staff of the Agora Excavations, in Athens, Greece, and has excavated in Turkey and Tunisia as well. She has been a member of the Governing Board of the Archaeological Institute of America and served an eight-year term (1992–2000) on its Professional Responsibilities Committee, the body that drafted the institute's Code of Ethics and Code of Professional Standards. She has also served as vice-chair of the Managing Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. As chair of the school's Ad Hoc Committee on Site Stewardship, she drafted guidelines for the school's regulation of excavations that take place under its aegis. She has also served on the school's Excavation and Survey Committee. Address: Washington University, Campus Box 1050, One Brookings Dr., St. Louis, Mo. 63130-4899


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