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Editorial: Public Archaeology in debateJaime Almansa Sánchez
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Piece by piece this journal is growing. That is why, before saying anything else, we need to thank every follower and collaborator for being there for us. Volume 2 comes full of new ideas, projects and perspectives on Public Archaeology.
Forum: Is Public Archaeology a menace?Thomas F. King, et al.
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This volume introduces the first forum, led by Tom King, about the dangers of doing Public Archaeology. In it, we are able to encounter different conceptions of our work, as well as some important issues to take into account when working.
Forum: The limits of collaboration. Osmanagic in the campusTera Pruitt, et al.
This forum responds to the controversy generated after the invitation of Semir Osmanagić to give a lecture at Linnaeus University last autumn. Was it convenient? Did it ‘hurt’ in some way archaeology? Could it be helpful to understand certain altern
Public Archaeology via skyscraper: outcome and experiencePatrice L. Jeppson, et al.
A recent archaeology awareness campaign projected Public Service Announcements from the top of a city skyscraper. These 30-second videos featured animated 3D artifact reconstructions alongside an archaeology-themed message. This was not just public archae
Public Archaeology 2.0: Facilitating Engagement with TwitterNicolas r. Laracuente
Public archaeology increases public awareness of archaeological issues and their practical applications to modern social concerns. Classroom visits, hands-on activities, site tours, and other events give archaeologists the opportunity to engage the public
Archaeologists’ Perceptions on Public Outreach and EducationDoug Rocks-Macqueen
This paper presents the results of a survey of archaeologists’ perceptions of public outreach and education, also known as public archaeology. The results obtained indicate that archaeologists’ views on public archaeology are generally positive but with r
No news is better than evil news. Clearing up the way to face Alternative ArchaeologiesJaime Almansa Sánchez
While Archaeology started to take form as a professional discipline, Alternative Archaeologies grew in several ways. As the years went by, the image of Archaeology started being corrupted by misconceptions and a lot of imagination, and those professionals
Points of You: My experience in pseudoarchaeologyJosé Manuel Peque Martínez
People, our public, usually have a poor knowledge of archaeology. In fact, the public only have knowledge of the activities archaeologists do when they discover a very important site, and after seeing it or hearing about it in the media. Otherwise, the pu
Review: New perspectives in Global Public ArchaeologySarah May
Review: The Oxford Handbook of Public ArchaeologyJaime Almansa Sánchez
Review: Making Archaeology HappenAntonio Vizcaíno Estevan
Review: El futuro de la arqueología en EspañaJosé María Señorán Martín
Review: Death by TheoryRiccardo Frigoli
Review: Archaeology 2.0Cesar Martínez Martínez
Review: Dr. Web-Love (TAG Session 2011)Don Henson
Review: I International Symposium on Public Archaeology SOKENDAI-PUCPDaniel D. Saucedo-Segami