4. Policy Implications for Archaeological Knowledge Production - an internationally comparative discussion

The question of what is knowable in archaeology and how is a partly philosophical issue belonging to the domain of archaeological theory. But the questions are also highly practical, such as aspects of how knowledge is produced in development-led archaeology and the museum sector, for example. In practice, information policies influence what is being observed, documented, disseminated, preserved, and eventually knowable in archaeology, about archaeology and about past human activities.