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Communicating Archaeology (Paperback)

P&S History > Archaeology > Archaeological Method & Theory

Imprint: Oxbow Books
Series: Bournemouth Conservation
Pages: 120
ISBN: 9781900188937
Published: 1st December 1999
Casemate UK Academic

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A volume of essays on communicating archaeology by every  imaginable means provides an excellent tribute to the work of  Bill Putnam - always a communicator. Learning by doing  (Philip Rahtz), field archaeology in the 70s and 80s  (John Hinchliffe), ignore good communication at your peril  (Andrew Lawson), the IFA: what it means to be a member of a professional body  (Timothy Darvill), talking to ourselves  (Ellen McAdam), commissioning knowledge or making archaeology for books (Peter Kemmis Betty), arcane to ARC: the York experience  (Andrew Jones), the National Curriculum  (Mike Corbishley), past experience: the view from teacher education (Tim Copeland), child's play: archaeology out of school (Kate Pretty), university archaeology: ivory tower or white elephant? (Kevin Andrews) , liberal adult education in the second half of the twentieth century (Trevor Rowley), the local societies (John Manley) , archaeology in museums (Roger Peers).

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