My review of the DGUF conference ‘Is the public creating creating a different archaeology? Analyses of a power shift’

Last month, I was at the DGUF conference in Tubingen on public archaeology in Germany. I have now written a review of it, which you can read on the Arqueologia Publica blog. Here the link: http://arqueologiapublica.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/dguf-conference-2015-is-publiccreating.html Advertisements Continue reading My review of the DGUF conference ‘Is the public creating creating a different archaeology? Analyses of a power shift’

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). … Continue reading Public Archaeology in Italy: conference review

Discovering the Roman Mutina

Earlier this week, I was in Modena to visit the new exhibition ‘Flags of America’  at Fondazione Fotografia, an exciting place for whoever loves photographic exhibitions. However, in this post I want to focus on a project of archaeological communication a friend had pointed me out, and which was indeed worth looking at. In the area of Parco Novi Sad, a parkmostly famous for his … Continue reading Discovering the Roman Mutina