Public Archaeology in Italy: conference review

Last year I attended the first Italian National Public Archaeology Conference, in Florence. My review of this event has just been published by Arqueologia Publica (free registration to download it).

The conference, organised by Chiara Bonacchi, was a great success, dealing with cultural heritage legislation, communication, economic and social aspects, and discussing few interesting digital heritage projects (for example, those based on Aurasma and Wikitude, of which I have blogged last November).

I have also curated the storify of the conference here.



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