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ArchaeoCafé Podcast – Episode 1 – Public Archaeology

hosted by Otis Crandell

In this episode, I discuss public archaeology with guests Mariuca Vornicu, Robyn Humphreys, and Angelica Ruggeri. In our discussion we consider some of the following questions.

• What does the term ‘public archaeology’ refer to?
• Why should the public be informed about what we do as archaeologists?
• Should there be limits on what is accessible to the public? (Should some information be kept from the public?)
• How we can keep the public informed and involved?
• What are some current problems to overcome?
• How is public archaeology changing?

We also look a bit at how public involvement and access to archaeological research varies in different countries, and how it has changed over time.

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