Canadian Journal of Archaeology Volume 35, Issue 1
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Editors Notes/Notes du rédacteur
In my editorial notes of the preceding issue, I used the contributions of the different authors to outline some of the challenges facing faculty members in academic institutions as they try to train the next generation of archaeologists. Today, I would like to elaborate on some of these challenges and discuss some of the innovative strategies being adopted to address these obstacles to graduate education in archaeology.