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I didn't pursue traditional archaeology for my master's degree, but I did end up coming to FAU for grad school because of my previous experience with the Ecuador Field School. Contact us to learn more about this major and our other strong academic programs. There is thus room for both types of specialists. The Guardian piece which I linked to also was not entirely clear on this point. Post-war Taiwan saw tremendous changes in cultural policy: from promoting China-centric cultural nationalism to embracing multiculturalism.

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