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Communicating archaeology to the public - a NEARCH workshop

The NEARCH project, funded by the European Commission for 5 years (2013-2018) in the framework of the Culture program, is a European-wide cooperation network of 14 partners from 10 countries. NEARCH aims to study the different dimensions of public participation in archaeology today and to propose new ways of working and cooperating. The University of Gothenburg is one of the partners in the project and this workshop is the second of four to be arranged in Gothenburg dedicated to issues raised within NEARCH.
Read the full programme here.
Please enjoy the individual presentations in the clips below. All material in English

Speakers in order:

Ann-Louise Schallin (Museum of Antiquity)
Anita Synnestvedt (CHS, University of Gothenburg)
Christina Toreld (Västarvet)
Andreas Antelid (Ale kommun)
Tim Schadla Hall (University College London, UCL)
Tomas Carlsson, (Fabula Storytelling)
Marcus Lundstedt & Christopher Eliasson (Freelance photographers).
Petra Borell (Communication officer, Västarvet)

Communication is a key word if you want to share knowledge, research and new discoveries. But how we communicate is also a key question. We might for example write a report, do a guided tour, design an information sign or open up a Facebook site or use a lot of other ways of communicating. The presentations in this video gallery are all connected to the term communication and might be of interest to whoever is interested learning about heritage, communication, archeology and telling stories.


Communicating archaeology to the public - a NEARCH workshop

The museum of Antiquities - a short presentation of the venue of the workshop, Ann-Louise Schallin

Published 2015-03-02

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