Volume 9 (2019)

 

EDITORIAL

 

RESEARCH - PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH IN ARCHAEOLOGY. LEGAL ISSUES AND GOOD PRACTICES


  1. A.Olivier Socialising heritage: polity and praxis


  1. G.Tully Skills, ethics an d approaches: an introduction to ‘the basics’ of participatory archaeology


  1. A.Castillo Mena Participative processes in cultural heritage management. Methodology and critical results based on experiences within the Spanish World Heritage context


  1. B.Wilkins A theory of change and evaluative framework for measuring the social impact of public participation in archaeology


G.P. Brogiolo, A. Chavarría Arnau Archaeology for local communities in Northern Italy: experiences of participatory research in an adverse legal framework


  1. F.Pinna Archeologia e costruzione partecipata dell’identità locale: percorsi di archeologia di comunità in Sardegna


  1. S.Thomas Doing public participatory archaeology with “difficult” conflict heritage: experiences from Finnish Lapland and the Scottish Highlands


  1. F.Benetti, C.P. Santacroce In the public interest? Archaeological research, permits and public participation in Italy


  1. K.Möller Will they or won‘t they? German heritage laws, public participation and the Faro Convention


  1. R.Karl Authorities and subjects? The legal framework for public participation in Austrian archaeology


  1. M.Rizner Participatory research in archaeology in Croatia: between law and practice


  1. L.Delgado Anés, J.M. Martín Civantos The legal framework of cultural landscapes in Andalusia (Spain): limits and possibilities of public participation from an archaeological perspective


K.A. Pyburn Archaeology by, for, and about the public

 

BEYOND THE THEME


E. Zanini Trama e ordito di un territorio: un esperimento tra (micro) Big History e archeologia pubblica a Vignale di Maremma (Toscana)


C. Citter From roads to mobility. A theoretical framework and a case study to investigate the medieval connections network


F. Sogliani, D. Roubis The discovery of the monastic settlement of Jure Vetere (S. Giovanni in Fiore, Calabria, Italy): a multidisciplinary project of landscape archaeology

 

RETROSPECT


T. O’Keeffe The archaeology of Ireland’s long middle ages: retrospective and prospective

 

PROJECT


L. Band CITiZAN 2015-2018 and 2019-2021, a community archaeology project past and future: successes, challenges, potential solutions