New Open Access Textbook: Key Concepts in Public Archaeology

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UCL Press is delighted to announce a brand new open access textbook that may be of interest to list subscribers: Key Concepts in Public Archaeology. The book can be downloaded for free as a PDF and app, read online for free, and purchased in paperback and hardback.

Free PDF download/app/enhanced online edition: https://goo.gl/ENkg8u

New Open Access Textbook: Key Concepts in Public Archaeology

UCL Press is delighted to announce a brand new open access textbook that may be of interest to list subscribers: Key Concepts in Public Archaeology. The book can be downloaded for free as a PDF and app, read online for free, and purchased in paperback and hardback.

Free PDF download/app/enhanced online edition: https://goo.gl/8jq1Rr

Public historian's call for proposals for World Archaeological Congress at Doshisha University

(I am forwarding the following message from Prof. Alicia McGill of North Carolina State University.)

Dear colleagues,

The next World Archaeological Congress meeting (WAC-8) will take place in Kyoto, Japan, August 28-September 2, 2016. Please consider submitting a session and/or paper for the meeting, encourage your students to submit session and paper proposals, and share the information about WAC-8 with your colleagues. WAC-8 would be a great place for exploring intersections, overlaps, and differences between public history, heritage studies, and archaeology. 

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