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Internet Archaeology: Issue 57 (2021)

Archaeology and Public Benefit. EAC symposium proceedings

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Foreword. Archaeology and Public Benefit

Sadie Watson

Cite this as: Watson, S. 2021 Foreword. Archaeology and Public Benefit, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.19

Public Benefit: the challenge for development-led archaeology in the UK

Sadie Watson

Cite this as: Watson, S. 2021 Public Benefit: the challenge for development-led archaeology in the UK, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.1

Roman Water Pipeline Approved for 'Adoption' - Public engagement, awareness and benefit from a development-led archaeology project

Erich Claßen and Martin Vollmer-König

Cite this as: Claßen, E. and Vollmer-König, M. 2021 Roman water pipeline approved for 'adoption' - Public engagement, awareness and benefit from a development-led archaeology project, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.2

Archaeology 2030: A Strategic Approach for Northern Ireland

John D.J. O'Keeffe

Cite this as: O'Keeffe, J.D.J. 2021 Archaeology 2030: A Strategic Approach for Northern Ireland, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.3

Development-led Archaeology and Public Benefit from a Swedish Perspective

Alexander Gill

Cite this as: Gill, A. 2021 Development-led Archaeology and Public Benefit from a Swedish Perspective, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.4

A Case Study in Archaeology and Public Benefit from an Urban Excavation in an Old Brewery: Cork City, Ireland

Maurice F. Hurley

Cite this as: Hurley, M.F. 2021 A Case Study in Archaeology and Public Benefit from an Urban Excavation in an Old Brewery: Cork City, Ireland, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.5

Development-Led or 'Preventive' Archaeology in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Mei Duong

Cite this as: Duong, M. 2021 Development-Led or 'Preventive' Archaeology in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.6

Italian Archaeology: heritage, protection and enhancement

O. Cerbone, A. Garrisi, M. Giorgio, C. La Serra, V. Leonelli and G. Manca di Mores

Cite this as: Cerbone, O., Garrisi, A., Giorgio, M., La Serra, C., Leonelli, V. and Manca di Mores, G. 2021 Italian Archaeology: heritage, protection and enhancement, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.7

No More Polluter Pays Principle: opportunities and challenges of public benefit provision in UK development-led archaeology

Kenneth Aitchison

Cite this as: Aitchison, K. 2021 No More Polluter Pays Principle: opportunities and challenges of public benefit provision in UK development-led archaeology, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.8

Shared Archaeological Heritage: the European Archaeology Days

Pascal Ratier

Cite this as: Ratier, P. 2021 Shared Archaeological Heritage: the European Archaeology Days, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.9

Prehistory, Playhouses and the Public: London's Planning Archaeology

Adam Single and Louise Davies

Cite this as: Single, A. and Davies, L. 2021 Prehistory, Playhouses and the Public: London's Planning Archaeology, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.10

Archaeology and the History of the Lithuanian Resistance in the 19th and 20th Centuries: in search of the public benefit

Ričardas Dediala

Cite this as: Dediala, R. 2021 Archaeology and the History of the Lithuanian Resistance in the 19th and 20th Centuries: in search of the public benefit, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.11

Public Benefit as Community Wellbeing in Archaeology

Linda Monckton

Cite this as: Monckton, L. 2021 Public Benefit as Community Wellbeing in Archaeology, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.12

Bulgarian Development-Led Archaeology in the Public Eye. Reception, Reactions, Possible Solutions

Lyudmil Vagalinski and Milena Raycheva

Cite this as: Vagalinski, L. and Raycheva, M. 2021 Bulgarian Development-Led Archaeology in the Public Eye. Reception, Reactions, Possible Solutions, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.13

A Tricky Subject – archaeology in opinion polls on cultural heritage. Recent examples from Poland

Agnieszka Oniszczuk

Cite this as: Oniszczuk, A. 2021 A Tricky Subject – archaeology in opinion polls on cultural heritage. Recent examples from Poland, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.14

How Quickly Should Public Benefit Come From Archaeology? Availability, use and influence on society: results of the Estonian salvage and metal detector study

Ulla Kadakas

Cite this as: Kadakas, U. 2021 How Quickly Should Public Benefit Come From Archaeology? Availability, use and influence on society: results of the Estonian salvage and metal detector study, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.15

The Public Benefits of Archaeology According to the Public

Monique H. van den Dries

Cite this as: Van den Dries, M.H. 2021 The Public Benefits of Archaeology According to the Public, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.16

Making the Case for the Public Benefits of Development-led Archaeology

Barney Sloane

Cite this as: Sloane, B. 2021 Making the Case for the Public Benefits of Development-led Archaeology, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.17

Social Impact Archaeology: Pontefract Castle and the Gatehouse Project

Brendon Wilkins, Chris Casswell, Maggie Eno, Jodie Harris, Maiya Pina-Dacier, Harriet Tatton and Johanna Ungemach

Cite this as: Wilkins, B., Casswell, C., Eno, M., Harris, J, Pina-Dacier, M., Tatton, H. and Ungemach, J. 2021 Social Impact Archaeology: Pontefract Castle and the Gatehouse Project, Internet Archaeology 57. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.57.18

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