Between the Devil and the Deep

Meeting Challenges in the Public Interpretation of Maritime Cultural Heritage

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ISBN: 978-1-4614-8177-5 (Print) 978-1-4614-8178-2 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

  2. Challenges in Public Access and Engagement

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-10

      Toward Multivocality in Public Archaeology: Public Empowerment Through Collaboration

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      Pages 11-25

      Connecting the Wrecks: A Case Study in Conveying the Importance of Submerged Cultural Heritage Through a Scaled Outreach Approach

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      Pages 27-42

      Out of Sight, Out of Mind and at Risk: The United Kingdom Public’s Engagement with Heritage

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      Pages 43-54

      Connecting People to the Past: An Ethnographic Approach to Maritime Heritage Interpretation and Recreation

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      Pages 55-62

      Management of Submerged Cultural Heritage: Public Outreach Examples as a Result of the Section 106 Process

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      Pages 63-72

      Shifting Sand: A Model for Facilitating Public Assistance in Coastal Archaeology

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      Pages 73-84

      “Public” and “the Public” in Italian Underwater Archaeology: A Sardinian Perspective

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      Pages 85-95

      The Success of the South Carolina Sport Diver Archaeology Management Program

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      Pages 97-107

      Maritime Heritage Outreach and Education: East Carolina University’s Engagement with International Public Communities in Africa and the Caribbean

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      Pages 109-118

      The Florida Panhandle Shipwreck Trail: Promoting Heritage Tourism in the Digital Age

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      Pages 119-128

      Sailing the SSEAS: A New Program for Public Engagement in Underwater Archaeology

  3. Interpreting Challenging Sites

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 129-129

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      Pages 131-139

      No Visibility, No Artifacts, No Problem? Challenges Associated with Presenting Buried Sites and Inaccessible Shipwrecks to the Public

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      Pages 141-153

      A Monumental Distance: Education and Outreach from the Most Remote Archipelago on Earth

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      Pages 155-159

      Interpretation of Maritime Heritage at National Marine Sanctuaries: Using a Maritime Cultural Landscape Approach

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      Pages 161-172

      Managing Historic Shipwrecks in Argentina: Challenges to Reach the Public

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      Pages 173-187

      Difficult Heritage: Interpreting Underwater Battlefield Sites

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      Pages 189-196

      Challenges as Stepping Stones: Mexico’s Experience in Maritime Heritage Interpretation

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      Pages 197-206

      Making Shipwrecks Celebrities: Using the National Register, Shipwreck Preserves, Documentary Filmmaking, and Interdisciplinary Projects for Shipwreck Preservation

  4. Back Matter

    Pages 207-214