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Title

New paths for the future of public archaeology?

AuthorsAlmansa Sánchez, Jaime
Issue Date2018
CitationCuadernos de Prehistoria y Arqueología de la Universidad de Granada : 197-209 (2018)
AbstractWriting about the future when the present keeps changing at a dramatic pace can be complicated. Public archaeology is based upon a simple (non)definition that offers infinite possibilities for its development. However, there are a series of themes and practices that have now become standardised and require reexamination. Still, we can continue building new paths, and this paper will try to offer some brief notes on those I consider most pressing.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/223325
ISSN2174-8063
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