Building a Place for History
Ian Burrow has worked in historic preservation and cultural resource management since 1975, firstly in the UK and, since 1988, in New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic. Until 2015 he was Vice President and Principal Archaeologist and Hunter Research, Inc., retiring from that position to concentrate on teaching and advocacy in cultural resource management through his company BurrowIntoHistory. In addition to completing numerous cultural resource management projects with Hunter Research, he has also served as President of the American Cultural Resources Association and of the Register of Professional Archaeologists. He is currently Vice President for Government Relations for ACRA, working to advocate for cultural resource management and historic preservation with Washington legislators and agencies. He has taught at Drew, Rutgers and Rider Universities.