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Digital Public Archaeology

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Theorizing, strategizing, and employing public archaeology in the digital world.

Recommended Reading: OK computer? Digital community archaeologies in practice

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    Kate Ellenberger

    This issue of Internet Archaeology contains insightful articles about various aspects of digital public archaeology including papers describing a photogrammetry project, considering how human remains are represented digitally, and where digital public archaeology fits within broader public archaeology, among many others!

    Griffiths, S. eds.
    2015 OK computer? Digital community archaeologies in practice, Internet Archaeology 40.

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    All the editors, for posterity: Seren Griffiths, Chiara Bonacchi, Gabriel Moshenska, and Lorna-Jane Richardson

    One of my favorite quotes:
    “Most archaeology, like most traditional theatre, operates with an imaginary ‘fourth wall’ separating the performers from the audience. The most exciting thing about DPA is the extent to which it enables or might come to enable the breaking down of that fourth wall.” (from Bonacchi and Moshenska)

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