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This issue deals with archaeology and society and the ways in which communities can be involved and be engaged in the excavation and study process. As explained in the preface: "The challenges of genuinely participatory archaeology are considerable. Archaeology is a highly specialised craft, often conducted under the pressure of time in rescue archaeology, or with strict grant conditions to be met; it can be frustrating; and it requires patience and attention. In the past, the public were kept out, rather than welcomed in. Yet as we show in this edition, the rewards of engagement with communities and the wider public are great, and the outcomes important." Preface by Christopher Smith; Leader: “Towards a public or, better yet, participatory brand of archaeology” by Simona Sanchirico; “Archaeology is Participation” by Valentino Nizzo; “Public Archaeology, Landscapes and Society: The Ancient Appia Landscapes Project – Its Scientific Results and Approaches to Communication” by Daniela Musmeci, Giusy Sica; “Shared and Participatory Archaeology at the Aquinum Archaeological Area” by Paola Guacci, Valentina Petrucci, Agnese Ugolini, Giovina Caldarola; “The Portoferraio Cove: Legends, Stories, and Participatory Archaeology” by Franco Cambi; “People and Things at Vignale: Tallying the Gains of a Decade of Participatory Archaeology” by Enrico Zanini, Elisabetta Giorgi; “The Poggibonsi Archaeodrome (Siena): Experimentation, Materiality, and Telling the Story of History” by Marco Valenti; “Meanings, Reflections and Perspectives Gleaned from a Participatory Excavation: The Pilastri “Terramara”, Four Years on from the Earthquake” by Valentino Nizzo, with in-depth analyses by Simone Bergamini, Chiara Milanesi, Rita Guerzoni, Lara Dal Fiume, Micol Boschetti, Stefano Tassi, Erica Corradini, Samuel Bignardi, Nasser Abu Zeid, and Giovanni Santarato; “One, One Hundred, One Thousand Sorts of Archaeology: The Role of Our Discipline in a Changing Europe” by Maria Pia Guermandi.

21 juin
E.S.S. s.r.l. - Fondazione Dià Cultura

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