Communicating Archaeology

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Publisher Description

A volume of essays on communicating archaeology by every imaginable means provides an excellent tribute to the work of Bill Putnam - always a communicator. Learning by doing (Philip Rahtz) , field archaeology in the 70s and 80s (John Hinchliffe) , ignore good communication at your peril (Andrew Lawson) , the IFA: what it means to be a member of a professional body (Timothy Darvill) , talking to ourselves (Ellen McAdam) , commissioning knowledge or making archaeology for books (Peter Kemmis Betty) , arcane to ARC: the York experience (Andrew Jones) , the National Curriculum (Mike Corbishley) , past experience: the view from teacher education (Tim Copeland) , child's play: archaeology out of school (Kate Pretty) , university archaeology: ivory tower or white elephant? (Kevin Andrews) , liberal adult education in the second half of the twentieth centruy (Trevor Rowley) , the local societies (John Manley) , archaeology in museums

GENRE
Non-Fiction
RELEASED
2017
31 July
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
128
Pages
PUBLISHER
Oxbow Books
SIZE
6.2
MB