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Learning lessons from our practice: #pubarchMED and the Mediterranean experience

AuthorsAlmansa Sánchez, Jaime CSIC ORCID
Archaeological Heritage Management
Public archaeology
Issue Date2019
CitationSecond International Conference of Tourism Management & Heritage Conservation (2019)
AbstractThe Mediterranean context has a long history of archaeological research and management practices. Its different regions inherited diverse legal frames, but similar challenges. Today, the management models in place to deal with the daily matters of archaeology across the Mediterranean present very different solutions to similar realities. From the comparative study, #pubarchMED aims to draw a clearer picture in the region, highlighting best practices and possible synergies that can improve the protection, research and sharing of archaeology. Half-way in the project, this paper will present its methodology and prospects, as well as some of the preliminary issues arose during the interviews in many of the countries already studied; definition of management models, challenges, silver linings and a set of problems that exposes the precarity of our profession. Overall, one of the main ideas behind is the entangled relations in the social fabric, making general politic, economic and social issues crucial for the development of our practice. Are we learning any lesson from it?
DescriptionTrabajo presentado a la Second International Conference of Tourism Management & Heritage Conservation, celebrada en Zarga (Jordania) del 23 al 26 de julio de 2019.
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