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Entangling Local Communities and Heritage Values: Thoughts from the Mediterranean and Beyond

AuthorsAlmansa Sánchez, Jaime
Issue Date10-Nov-2020
AbstractA mine in the North of Argentina, a polluted river in Ethiopia, a depressed rural area in Greece and its overdeveloped counterpart. What do they have in common? Even if we do not realise it, archaeology is in the middle of many issues that strongly affect the environment and local communities. In a long tradition of no-dealing with them, the radical turn of the 80s opened a window that still misses most of the impact. Building on the flaws in the management of archaeological heritage, its actual power and a more inclusive practice, we will delve into how archaeology can have a more positive impact with little effort.
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