AbstractThe chapter outlines the rationale for the 2nd University of Chester Archaeology Student Conference – Archaeo-Engage: Engaging Communities in Archaeology. It serves as a companion chapter to this book’s Introduction. It reviews and contextualises the student presentations and keynote talks in relation to key current debates in public archaeology, and explains the journey towards publication incorporating student contributions and those by heritage professionals and academics. In doing so, the chapter provides a practical reflection on how undergraduate student work can contribute to current public archaeological investigations and debates.
CitationWilliams, H., Alexander, R., Bursnell, R., Cave, J., Clarke, A., Ezzeldin, A., Felgate, J., Fisher, B., Humphries, B., Parry, S., Proctor, H, Rajput, M., Richardson, C., & Swift, B. (2019-forthcoming). From Archaeo-Engage to Arts of Engagement. In H. Williams, C. Pudney & A. Ezzeldin (Eds.), Public Archaeology: Arts of Engagement (pp. 15−35). Oxford, United Kingdom: Archaeopress.
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