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Published Dec 2021

Archaeopress Journals


Paperback: 9781789698947

DOI 10.32028/vol6iss

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Ex Novo: Journal of Archaeology 6

Making Archaeology Public: A View from the Mediterranean, Eastern Europe and Beyond

Edited by Maja Gori, Alessandra Pinutucci, Martina Revello Lami


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The sixth issue of Ex Novo explores how ‘peripheral’ regions currently approach both the practice and theory of public archaeology placing particular emphasis on Eastern and Southern Europe and extending the analysis to usually underrepresented regions of the Mediterranean.



Ex Novo EDITORIAL BOARD: Foreword ;

PART I - Making Archaeology Public. A View from the Mediterranean, Eastern Europe and Beyond. ;
Jaime ALMANSA SÁNCHEZ: Paper, perception and…facts? Exploring archaeological heritage management in the Mediterranean and the weight of public archaeology ;
Nicoló DONATI, Elisa GUSBERTI, Tommaso MAGLIARO & Alessandra RIVA: The Confederazione Italiana Archeologi (CIA) social media projects during the Covid-19 pandemic in Italy: changing the digital communication approach to the online community ;
Anastasia SAKELLARIADI: Public Archaeology in Greece: A Review of the current state of the field ;
Paraskevi ELEFANTI: The unfamiliar past: The outreach of Palaeolithic archaeology in Greek archaeological museums ;
Carlos MONTALVO, Andres MOSQUERA, Eric DYRDAHL, Valeria RIVERA, Santiago SOLINES, Maria Gracia RIOFRIO & Gabriela GRANJA: Quito’s archaeological heritage protection: The “Delimitación de Áreas Arqueológicas del Bloque Quito” project as a case of study ;
WANG Bo-Chiao 王柏喬, CHUNG Kuo-Feng 鍾國風 & Nicolas ZORZIN: An attempt in shifting commodified archaeological practices in Taiwan through community engagement ;

PART II – Off Topic ;
Valeria ACCONCIA: Superare il guado: riflessioni su archeologia, storia sociale e modelli di autorappresentazione delle comunità antiche e moderne ;
Giancarlo LAGO & Andrea DI RENZONI: Il Milione. The first 14 years of ERC funding to human past studies (SH6): an Italian perspective ;

Reviews & Interviews ;
Manuel GAGO MARIÑO & Jesús GARCÍA SÁNCHEZ: The Iron Age looks at Rome for the first time in audiovisuals: fiction, cultural imaginary and historical reality in Barbarians and Britannia ;
Marie USADEL & Francesco Corgiolu: Der Brückenbauer. Intervista con Dario Siddi ;
Flaminia BARTOLINI: Rethinking places of trauma: an interview with Silvia Costa, Government Commissioner for the preservation and re-purposing of the ex-prison complex on the island of Santo Stefano ;
Martina REVELLO LAMI: Disegnare per osservare, capire, caccontare. Conversazione con Agostino Sotgia ;

PART III – Confederazione Italiana Archeologi (CIA) 2021 Annual Meeting ;
A Conversation with: ;
Cornelius HOLTORF ;