Toward a Code of Ethics for Archaeological Practice in the Palestinian National Territories

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Article Title

Toward a Code of Ethics for Archaeological Practice in the Palestinian National Territories

Journal Title

Liber Annuus

Author(s)

Al-Houdalieh, Salah Hussein A.

Year of Publication

2013

Volume Number

63

Article Pages

395-413

Web Address (URL)

https://doi.org/10.1484/J.LA.5.105604

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Brepols Online

Language

English

Notes

Abstract: Due to the political changes in modern Palestine, especially with the establishment of the Palestinian Authority in 1994 under the Oslo Accords, it has become necessary to engage as many Palestinian archaeologists as possible in cultural heritage. In this atmosphere, the focal point of archaeological activity has dramatically shifted beyond a purely academic setting to encompass a wide range of critical involvements, areas in which the Palestinian archaeologists have been faced with numerous ethical challenges.

Additional tags: Palestinian archaeology; cultural heritage; ethical challenges

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