What is ‘public archaeology’?
Why should the public be informed about what we do as archaeologists?
How we can keep the public informed and involved?
What are some current problems that need to be overcome?
If these are questions that you are interested in, keep reading.
ArchaeoCafé will be hosting an online round-table discussion about public archaeology on 26 January (3 pm GMT). The speakers are archaeologists from various countries (South Africa, Romania, Italy, and Canada) who will discuss public education and involvement in archaeology. The discussion will be in English (although we hope to organise similar discussions in other languages in the future) and will be broadcast as part of our podcast.