Heritage, Neighborhoods and Cosmopolitan Sensibilities: Poly-Communal Archaeology in Deerfield, MassachusettsHart, Siobhan (2011)Cosmopolitan sensibilities acknowledging mutual obligations and human interconnectedness can orient people navigating the complexities of neighborhood and other forms of community-based archaeology. I suggest that practice aimed at engaging in ethical heritage work in neighborhoods can benefit from fostering cosmopolitan values among participants and stakeholders. I outline a model for “poly-communal archaeology,” an approach that takes a cosmopolitan stance and engages mul...Rocks-Macqueen, Doug (2016)Since the creation of the World Wide Web in the 1990s we have seen exponential growth in digital engagement platforms. Archaeologists are now faced with a wide range of digital engagement tools to choose from, especially in the area of social media. However, it is not possible to use all the available social media tools and many people are at a loss as to which one is the ‘best.’ This paper investigates what criteria one should use to evaluate the different social media options. This is done ...
Repatriating Palestinian Patrimony: An Overview of Palestinian Preparations for Negotiations on ArchaeologyFahel, Gabriel (2010)This paper aims to shed some light on an often guarded and confidential subject matter: archaeology as it relates to permanent status negotiations between Israel and Palestine. During the Oslo negotiations, much of the discussion focused on political parameters while little discussion and preparation was done at the technical level. Since Oslo, the Palestinian side has formed a technical unit known as the Negotiations Support Unit (NSU) to assist the Palestinian leadership. There are several ...Bernbeck, Reinhard (2010)Over the last decade many historians and political analysts have sought to highlight similarities between the American and Roman Empires. This paper presents an alternative to these equations by comparing the American and the Assyrian empire, based on my contention that they have structural similarities not shared by Rome. على مدى العقد الماضي, قام العديد من المؤرخين والمحللين السياسيين بتسليط الضوء على أوجه التشابه بين الامبراطوريات الرومانية والأمريكية. وتعرض هذه الورقة بديلا لهذه المعادلات...Moshenska, Gabriel; Burtenshaw, Paul (2010)
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