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Public archaeology

Philip J. Wise

Public archaeology

remains to be seen : conference proceedings, Reading, 2000

by Philip J. Wise

  • 344 Want to read
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Published by Society of Museuem Archaeologists in Colchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Archaeology -- Great Britain.,
  • Museum techniques -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Philip J. Wise.
    SeriesMuseum archaeologist -- v. 27
    ContributionsSociety of Museum Archaeologists.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination54 p. :
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22444824M
    ISBN 101871855152

    This collection provides original perspectives on public archaeology s current practices and future potentials focusing on art/archaeological media, strategies and subjects. It stems from the 2nd University of Chester Archaeology Student Conference, held on 5 April at the Grosvenor Museum, Chester: Archaeo-Engage: Engaging Communities in. This book provides a broad overview of the key concepts in public archaeology, a research field that examines the relationship between archaeology and the public, in both theoretical and practica.

    Its the last of our Summer Book Club! This year was a bit different, but overall I think it was a success! COVID has impacted all. Archaeology on the Academic Oxford University Press website. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

      1. Diversity and Dissonance in Public Archaeology 2. Public Archaeology in the USA 3. Archaeology and Public Education in North America: View from the Beginning of the Millenniun 4. Involving the Public in Museum Archaeology 5. Uncovering Ancient Egypt: The Petrie Museum and its Public : $   Class, labour, and the public, David A. Gadsby and Robert C. Chidester Public learning and education in the USA Public education in archaeology in North America: the long view, Alice Beck Kehoe Teaching through rather than about: education in the context of public archaeology, Kevin M. Bartoy Author: Robin Skeates.


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Constant reports of new discoveries, protests over the destruction of sites and debates over the return of artefacts such as the Elgin marbles or indigenous remains testify to an increasing public interest in archaeology.

For students and scholars of this archaeology, and of its relationship with the public, this will prove essential reading. Public Archaeology (called Community Archaeology in the UK) is the practice of presenting archaeological data and interpretations of that data to the public.

It seeks to engage the interest of members of the public, passing along what archaeologists have learned, by way of books, pamphlets, museum displays, lectures, television programs.

Book Description. Scrutinizing, in detail, the relationship between archaeology, heritage and the public, this much-needed volume explores public interest and participation in archaeology as a subject worthy of academic attention in its own right.

Scrutinizing, in detail, the relationship between archaeology, heritage and the public, this much-needed volume explores public interest and participation in archaeology as a subject worthy of academic attention in its own right.

Examining case studies from throughout the world; from North America, Britain, Egypt and Brazil to East Africa, China and beyond, Nick Merriman focuses on two. The book addresses both general readers and scholars with an interest in how archaeological assets affected by people’s understanding of landscape and identity.

It also touches upon the roles played in these interactions by public policy, international conventions, market economies and theoretical frameworks of public archaeology.

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For students and scholars of this archaeology, and of its relationship with Public archaeology book public, this will prove essential Edition: 1st Edition. Rather, this account attempts to outline the major episodes in the development of public archaeology in the United States based on my personal experiences and perceptions.

Most of my professional career has been spent in one aspect or another of cultural resources management, in particular archaeological resources management, in three federal Cited by:   The book is not intended to be a comprehensive guide to public archaeology, but it does an excellent job in capturing diverse interfaces between archaeology and the public.’ Historical Archaeology ‘ Key Concepts in Public Archaeology offers an overview of the remarkable diversity of ways UK archaeologists have brought the field to a wide.

The aim of this book is to give the reader an overview of study and practice in the field of public archaeology. It offers a series of snapshots of important ideas and areas of work brought together as an introduction, albeit an inevitably brief and incomplete one, to one of the most challenging and rewarding parts of the wider archaeological discipline.

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Edited by Işilay Gürsu. vi + Monograph London: British Institute at Ankara, and Oxford: Oxbow Books, £30 (HB). ISBN   Book Description. As a discipline, Archaeology has developed rapidly over the last half-century.

The increase in so-called ‘public archaeology,’ with its wide range of television programming, community projects, newspaper articles, and enhanced site-based interpretation has taken archaeology from a closed academic discipline of interest to a tiny minority to a topic of increasing interest. Browse the list of issues and latest articles from Public Archaeology.

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Sign me up. Public archaeology emerged in the s, departing from the traditional view of archaeology by looking outside the academic discipline and the social framework and structures underpinning archaeology. A helpful, broad-based introduction to the field of public archaeology. Sabloff, Jeremy A.

Archaeology matters: Action archaeology in the modern world. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast. E-mail Citation» This book is intended for a general reader and provides an overview of the relevance of archaeology in today’s world. What is Public Archaeology.

Gabriel moshenska. UCL Institute of Archaeology. In the ten years since Schadla-Hall’s () outline of the subject, public archaeology has become firmly established as the focus of books, university courses, academic research and a dedicated by: Public Benefits of Archaeology book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Little brings together an unprecedented mix of authors from /5. Public Archaeology: Arts of Engagement, is edited by Professor Howard Williams and Dr Caroline Pudney, from the University’s Department of History and Archaeology, and University of Chester Archaeology graduate, Afnan Ezzeldin.

The collection is published by Archaeopress Publishing Ltd as part of their Access Archaeology series. It provides original perspectives on public archaeology. The other prize is for a book that is written for the general public and presents the results of archaeological research to a broader audience.

The Book Award committee solicits your nominations for these prizes. Books published in or more recently are eligible.

This relationship between archaeology and the public has often been overlooked and constantly changes. Public archaeology, as a field of research and practice, has been developing since the s in English-speaking countries, particularly in the United States, Britain, and Australia, and is today beginning to spread to other parts of the world.Community archaeology is archaeology by the people for the people.

The field is also known as public archaeology. There is debate about whether the terms are interchangeable; some believe that community archaeology is but one form of public archaeology, which can include many other modes of practice, in addition what is described here. The design, goals, involved communities, and methods in.

Public Archaeology ‘Key Concepts in Public Archaeology offers an overview of the remarkable diversity of ways UK archaeologists have brought the field to a wide audience of nonprofessionals, many in active roles. Moshenska, the volume editor, offers a succinct but thoughtful definition for public archaeology as “practice and scholarship 5/5(1).