Browsing All posts tagged under »public archaeology«

Public Heritage: Negotiating Best Practice

June 3, 2020


The historic environment of Britain includes rich and diverse sites and landscapes, with materials and archives curated by a range of organisations. As archaeologists working in across sectors in Wales, we are interested in how public heritage best practices are developed across different regions and countries in these islands. There are many stakeholders in public […]

Is the 9-5 Dig Killing Public Archaeology ( #pubarch )?

December 11, 2013


What if I told you that before the first trowel goes into the ground for your public archaeology (#pubarch on twitter) dig you probably have excluded half the population? Would you be shocked? Would you be surprised? Has this ever crossed your mind? About a month ago I wrote a post on diversity and archaeology, […]

Open Access Week Post- Public Archaeoloy, Peer Review

October 23, 2011


As part of Open Access week I would like to highlight a peer reviewed journal that is Open Access.