AbstractBy way of introduction to the book, this chapter sets out the principal recent developments and characteristics of public archaeology, focusing on the UK. By contextualising the chapters which originated as presentations in the 2017 student conference, as well as those contributions subsequently commissioned for the book, the specific theme of art/archaeology interactions in public archaeology is defined and its multiple facets are reviewed
CitationWilliams, H. (2019). Introduction: public archaeologies as arts of engagement. In H. Williams, C. Pudney, & A. Ezzeldin (Eds.), Public Archaeology: Arts of Engagement (pp. 1−14). Oxford, United Kingdom: Archaeopress.
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