Community-based archaeology in Australia

@article{Greer2002CommunitybasedAI,
  title={Community-based archaeology in Australia},
  author={S. Greer and Rodney Harrison and Susan Mcintyre-Tamwoy},
  journal={World Archaeology},
  year={2002},
  volume={34},
  pages={265 - 287}
}
Outside the Antipodes, Australian archaeology is best known as an archaeology of the distant Palaeolithic past. However, where communities have been closely involved in developing and undertaking archaeological research programs, the focus of archaeological research has been radically different, often dealing with the archaeology of the recent, remembered past and crossing disciplinary boundaries between Aboriginal and historical archaeology. Distinguishing between 'community-based archaeology… Expand
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