Public Archaeology (journal)

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Public Archaeology  
Public Archaeology cover.jpg
Discipline Archaeology, Cultural heritage management
Language English
Edited by Tim Schadla-Hall
Publication details
Publication history
Maney Publishing (United Kingdom)
Frequency Quarterly
Standard abbreviations
Public Archaeol.
ISSN 1465-5187 (print)
1753-5530 (web)
LCCN 00227110
OCLC no. 45034765
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  • Online access

Public Archaeology is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal established in 2000, edited by Tim Schadla-Hall and published by Maney Publishing. It covers the relationships between practical archaeology, archaeological theory and cultural heritage management models, and the involvement of wider civic, governmental, and community concerns.

The journal's creation had been initiated and overseen by Peter Ucko after he took over as director of the UCL Institute of Archaeology.[1]


  1. ^ Shennan, Stephen (2006–2007). "Peter and the Institute". Archaeology International. 10: 14. ISSN 1463-1725.

External links

  • Official website

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