Archaeology for All; Community Archaeology in the Early 21st Century: Participation, Practice, and Impact
The practice and impact of community archaeology has developed rapidly in the early 21st century. There are now many different ways of doing, and bodies involved in, this activity, which encompasses archaeological work done by voluntary groups with the assistance of universities, museums, and archaeological trusts and companies. A range of vigorous debates have emerged, from the division between public and community archaeologists, to the role of HLF funding, and the nuts and bolts of project delivery by groups.
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