For its November 2011 volume, the Archaeological Review from Cambridge invites contributions on the theme of collaboration in archaeology. Suggested topics/themes for articles include, but are not limited to:
-Does archaeological collaboration allow for archaeology to become a discipline ‘by/with the people for the people’?
-With whom should one collaborate?
-What factors influence the ability/willingness of individuals, groups or communities (including archaeologists) to become actively involved in collaboration? Have political circumstances or social movements influenced approaches?
-The impacts and outcomes of collaboration, both short-term and long-term, on individuals, groups and communities (including archaeologists).
-Personal self-reflection from experience with collaboration; potential and possibilities for extending collaboration in the future.
For further details please visit the Archaeological Review from Cambridge website.
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