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Kerry Massheder-Rigby; Dominic Walker (2017)
Publisher: JAS Arqueología S.L.U.
Journal: AP : Online Journal in Public Archaeology
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: comms_and_culture, C, Auxiliary sciences of history, CC1-960, Archaeology, Gallery-and-museum
The papers in this special volume originated in two separate sessions of the 2012 Theoretical Archaeology Group conference held at the University of Liverpool ('Decentering the discipline: archaeology and extra-archaeological communities' and 'New approaches to archaeological outreach, engagement and ownership'). Both recognised the momentum that the study and practice of public archaeology has gained in recent years, an observation supported by the fact that the lecture theatres were filled to capacity during the sessions. They offered an exploration of new ways of approaching some of the multitude of challenges posed towards public archaeologists, especially informed by the state of public archaeology in the United Kingdom, but also informed by and responding to broader debates.
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