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Introduction: #pubarchMED or the need to look beyond the stones

AuthorsAlmansa Sánchez, Jaime CSIC ORCID
Issue Date9-May-2019
CitationCultural management: present and future (2019)
AbstractArchaeology studies people from the past through their material culture, but it is a discipline directly linked to the present. However, even public archaeology uses to look at the 'stones' making any communication mostly about this past we are unraveling. This project tried to take a step forward in this sense, directly linking archaeology, society and contemporary dynamics through the optics of public archaeology and archaeological heritage management. Economy, politics and cultural trends merge together in an attempt to disentangle current interrelations and impact to, and from, archaeology.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado en el Cultural management: present and future, celebrado en Atenas (Grecia), los días 9 y 10 de mayo de 2019
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