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|Citation:||Bonacchi C (2012) Introduction. In: Bonacchi C (ed.) Archaeology and Digital Communication. Towards Strategies of Public Engagement. London: Archetype Publications p. xix.|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: The idea for a seminar series entitled Archaeologists and the Digital. Towards Strategies of Engagement (16 May 2011; Institute of Archaeology, UCL), which led to this volume, originated from a reflection on the necessity to look more widely at the 'mission' and research directions of Public Archaeology as a field of study.|
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