Archaeology, the public, and the recent past

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Title

Archaeology, the public, and the recent past

Editor(s)

Daglish, Chris

Year of Publication

2013

Chapter Pages

179

Publisher Name

The Boydell Press

Publisher Location

Woodbridge, UK

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Language

English

Source Type

Book

Notes

Volume 7 in the book series by the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology.

Archaeologists, power and the recent past / Chris Dalglish
Open-air museums, authenticity and the shaping of cultural identity: an example from the Isle of Man / Catriona Mackie
Loyal yet independent: archaeological perspectives on remembering and forgetting World War I on the Isle of Man / Harold Mytum
Public engagement at Prestongrange: reflections on a community project / Melanie Johnson & Biddy Simpson
Archaeology for all: managing expectations and learning from the past for the future : the Dig Manchester community archaeology experience / Michael Nevell
Rediscovering, preserving and making memories at community archaeology projects / Robert Isherwood
Politics, publics and professional pragmatics: re-envisioning archaeological practice in Northern Ireland / Audrey Horning
Archaeology, politics and politicians, or, Small p in a big P world / James Dixon
'No certain roof but the coffin lid': exploring the commercial and academic need for a high level research framework to safeguard the future of the post-medieval burial resource / Natasha Powers et al.
'Men that are gone…come like shadows, so depart': research practice and sampling strategies for enhancing our understanding of post-Medieval human remains / Andrew S. Wilson et al.
Dialogues between past, present and future: reflections on engaging the recent past / Siân Jones.

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