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Evaluating the value of community archaeology: The XArch Project

@inproceedings{Simpson2009EvaluatingTV,
  title={Evaluating the value of community archaeology: The XArch Project},
  author={Faye Simpson},
  year={2009}
}
Over the last decade the UK has seen a boom in community archaeology projects. These projects have taken many different forms and have stretched from the public-face of research and developer- funded programs to projects run by museums, archaeological units, universities and archaeological societies, as well as the communities themselves. Community archaeology claims to offer the public an opportunity to become engaged with and involved in the interpretation and understanding of the past. It… Expand

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