WHO CARES? PERSPECTIVES ON PUBLIC AWARENESS, PARTICIPATION AND PROTECTION IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT

WHO CARES? PERSPECTIVES ON PUBLIC AWARENESS, PARTICIPATION AND PROTECTION IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT

EAC Occasional Paper 8

Editor: Agneta Lagerlöf

Archaeolingua, 2013

 

Language: English, French with abstracts in French

 

The increasing numbers of reports on tampering with ancient monuments and archaeological materials may reflect more acts of plunder. But it could also reflect a higher incidence of reporting of such acts to competent authorities or a combination of them both. A third solution is of course that acts of plunder are currently deemed more newsworthy than before in our part of the world. And if this is the case, we must ask why has this become important now, and also, how does this influence our understanding of what is happening? The complexity of this problem and the ethical issues it raises require us to examine our view of the archaeological source material and archaeology as a profession in relation to society at large. An international conference took place in Paris 2012 with participants from different European countries. The purpose of the conference was to discuss the kind of measures that need to be taken and what the societal consequences of these may be.

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Contents:

Foreword - Katalin Wollák

Introduction - Agneta Lagerlöf

1 | The work of the European Association of Archaeologists on the illicit trade of

archaeological and cultural material - Amanda Chadburn

2 | The PAS - a rather British solution. The mandatory reporting and voluntary recording of

archaeological objects in England and Wales - Michael Lewis

3 | A way to balance societal needs in law Suggestions for new regulations on the use of

metal detectors in the Swedish Heritage Conservation Act - Michael Lehorst

4 | Laws in Europe on the use of metal detectors - Maria Barkin



Public Awareness, Participation and Protection in a Changing World EAC Symposium 2012,

Keynote lectures:

5 | Plunder, destruction and mentalities in current society - Keith Wijkander

6 | Excavating archaeology in a globalizing world - Ubaldus de Vries



Perspectives from Europe EAC Symposium 2012, Papers:

7 | Merely searching for treasures or valid interest in cultural history? Various motivations in

Germany - Jonathan Scheschkewitz

8 | Perspectives on the use of metal detectors in Estonia: Regulation and practice - Ants

Kraut

9 | Protection of archaeological monuments in Ireland. The experience of enforcing the

legislation - Sean Kirvan

10 | The value of archaeology: Resource, heritage or pure fun? - Paulina Florjanowicz

11 | The fight against nature - Kristín Huld Sigurðardóttir

12 | Caring about the past requires care for the present - Carsten Paludan-Müller

13 | Raising awareness in the younger generation: An educational programme for illicit

excavations and trafficking of cultural goods - Elena Korka

14 | Protecting the archaeological heritage by promoting volunteer archaeology. Protéger

le patrimoine archéologique par la promotion de l’archéologie bénévole - André Schoellen,

Grégory Compagnon, Jean-David Desforges, Nicolas Minvielle

15 | Amateurs and professional archaeologists: Legal models for their cooperation in the

Czech Republic - Jan Mařík

16 | Policing the past, protecting the future. Tackling crime and anti-social behaviour in the

historic environment of England - Mark Harrison

17 | Do as we say, not as we do! Archaeological heritage protection and the excluded

Austrian public - Raimund Karl

18 | Perspectives sur la sensibilisation, la participation du public et la protection - Marc

Drouet



How to care about those who cares? Reflections on the conference - Birgitta Johansen

Contributors

Résumés - Louise Fredericq
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