2011

New Perspectives in Global Public Archaeology

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-0340-1 (Print) 978-1-4614-0341-8 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-18

    Introduction: New Perspectives in Global Public Archaeology

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    Pages 19-28

    Is a Shared Past Possible? The Ethics and Practice of Archaeology in the Twenty-First Century

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    Pages 29-41

    Engaged Archaeology: Whose Community? Which Public?

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    Pages 43-56

    “Public Archaeology” in China: A Preliminary Investigation

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    Pages 57-76

    Public Archaeology in Canada

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    Pages 77-86

    From Object-Centered to People-Focused: Exploring a Gap Between Archaeologists and the Public in Contemporary Japan

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    Pages 87-94

    Public Archaeology in Korea: A Duet of Popularity and Nationalism

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    Pages 95-111

    Public Archaeology in Thailand

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    Pages 113-126

    Archaeology in a Multicultural and Multiethnic Nation Under Construction: The Case of New Caledonia (Southern Melanesia)

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    Pages 127-138

    Digging on Contested Grounds: Archaeology and the Commemoration of Slavery on Gorée Island, Senegal

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    Pages 139-154

    The Heritage Uncertainty Principle: Excavating Air Raid Shelters from the Second World War

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    Pages 155-166

    Archaeology Dreaming: Postapartheid Urban Imaginaries and the Remains of the Prestwich Street Dead

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    Pages 167-181

    Archaeology by the (Far) East in the West: What Do Local People Think If Japanese Archaeologists Excavate the “Villa of Augustus” in Italy?

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    Pages 183-196

    Meaning-Making Process of Cultural Heritage in Jordan: The Local Communities, the Contexts, and the Archaeological Sites in the Citadel of Amman

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    Pages 197-215

    The Excluded Past in Jordanian Formal Primary Education: The Introduction of Archaeology

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    Pages 217-226

    The Educational Purpose of Archaeology: A Personal View from the United Kingdom

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    Pages 227-238

    The Role of Archaeology and Its Challenges in Japanese School Education: The Curriculum and History Textbooks

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    Pages 239-249

    Multivocality in Multimedia: Collaborative Archaeology and the Potential of Cyberspace

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    Pages 251-261

    Looking for an Identity: Archaeologists, Local Communities, and Public Archaeology in Peru

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    Pages 263-273

    Sharing the Pleasure of Excavation: The Public Archaeology Program at the Miharashidai Site, Japan

  22. Back Matter

    Pages 275-280