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Erasing History?

Claire Baxter
2021 Public History Review  
As with any archaeology, recording the artefacts and their contexts is also important, and these concepts are explored with regards to statues and public monuments.  ...  archaeology rather than history, viewers are encouraged to see the objects as a living record of society, rather than as historical objects about the individuals or events being memorialised.  ...  Grutas Park in Lithuania was heavy on biographical detail but little social information, although a few statues did make good use of photographs to present the physical context, and Memento Park in Hungary  ... 
doi:10.5130/phrj.v28i0.7487 fatcat:y2gv7d4ytffn3cn4qkz6s4azu4

Integración y musealización de patrimonio arqueológico en la propiedad privada en Andalucía, España

Lara Delgado Anés
2016 Complutum  
non-exhibition areas in the provincial capitals of the autonomous community region of Andalusia.  ...  These spaces combine their primary function (residence, car park, hotel, etc.) with that of exhibition and display. Therefore it is first necessary to analyse how these musealisations come about.  ...  Acknowledgements The author of this work is grateful for the collaboration from the different specialists and agents involved in the interventions, especially María Luisa Bellido Gant, José María Martin  ... 
doi:10.5209/cmpl.54752 fatcat:sx2qcq3dvnetlock44nsup2twy

Phygitalarcheology for the Phlegraean Fields [chapter]

Alessandra Pagliano, Greta Attademo, Anna Lisa Pecora
2021 Representation Challenges. Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence in Cultural Heritage and Innovative Design Domain  
The research investigates the theme of the valorization of the huge, but widespread, archaeological heritage of the Phlegraean Fields which, already weakened in its conservation and fruition by the bradyseismic  ...  Each site becomes the node of a network of thematic routes, traced starting from the major attractions of the area and aimed at defining a hybrid landscape, made of in site visits and immersive digital  ...  So the knowledge process is supported and implemented by the experience through information, spaces and digital objects integrated, in a mixed reality, to real ones.  ... 
doi:10.3280/oa-686.22 fatcat:fjl2howwanaf7g4vd66zdnn3wy

Multisensory Museum. A proposal for personalized virtual knowledge of the Vulci Archaeological Park

Giulia Pettoello
2016 Disegnare con  
Starting with this idea, this paper describes a proposal for a personalized multi-sensory and immersive itinerary for the Vulci Archaeological Park.  ...  The mechanism established is always multisensory and there are, in fact, multiple senses involved.  ...  MAIN GOALS The paper describes a proposal to create a personalized, multi-sensory and immersive guided tour for the Vulci Archaeological Park [1] .  ... 
doaj:502ef0b07d4e43f2ac5408d8a8260359 fatcat:zcyzh2of4vdc5lmkmrgd62m5da

Experiencing the Past through the Senses: An M-Learning Game at Archaeological Parks

Qibin Sun, Carmelo Ardito, Paolo Buono, Maria F. Costabile, Rosa Lanzilotti, Thomas Pederson, Antonio Piccinno
2008 IEEE Multimedia  
We also thank Antonella De Angeli for her valuable contribution to the field studies, Historia Ludens for the discussions about the excursion game, and the teachers and students of the Michelangelo middle  ...  school in Bari, Italy, for participating in the studies.  ...  This type of game is perfectly suited to the archaeological park context.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmul.2008.87 fatcat:bog4ogavojg33iwoqw3nebpzim

Encounters and Content Sharing in an Urban Village: Reading Texts Through an Archaeological Lens [chapter]

Nicole Garcia, Marcus Foth, Greg Hearn
2009 Computer Supported Cooperative Work  
Archaeology provides a framework of analysis and interpretation that is useful for disentangling the textual layers of a contemporary lived-in urban space.  ...  Unlike an excavation, where the past is revealed through digging into the landscape, the application of landscape archaeology within a present day urban context is necessarily more experiential, visual  ...  The authors specifically thank Mark Bilandzic for developing the HistoryLines web application as part of his internship at QUT in 2007.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-84882-727-1_11 fatcat:ihzxuaivdnbudbxvubnjzmsot4

Archaeological parks: what are they?

Paulette M. McManus
1999 Archaeology International  
In this personal view of what constitutes an archaeo logical park, the intellectual roots and contemporary meaning of this relatively new concept are explored.  ...  The concept of an archaeological park can overcome this lim itation.  ...  In this article I endeavour to unpack my personal concept of the generic archae ological park by delving into some of the associations that I attach to the expression, and in so doing hope to stimulate  ... 
doi:10.5334/ai.v3i0.185 fatcat:hesj3e6od5b5hf57v3d42xiecy

Archaeological parks: what are they?

Paulette M. McManus
1999 Archaeology International  
In this personal view of what constitutes an archaeo logical park, the intellectual roots and contemporary meaning of this relatively new concept are explored.  ...  The concept of an archaeological park can overcome this lim itation.  ...  In this article I endeavour to unpack my personal concept of the generic archae ological park by delving into some of the associations that I attach to the expression, and in so doing hope to stimulate  ... 
doi:10.5334/ai.3017 fatcat:dr7optxsenhtlchd4fzbfqqa3e

Challenges for the Technological Augmentation of Open-Air Museums: Bridging Buildings, Artefacts and Activities

Luigina Ciolfi, Marc McLoughlin
2016 Nordisk Museologi  
We will then provide examples of visitors' interactions with Reminisce in order to show how this approach can lead to successful design interventions.  ...  We will discuss how existing work in the domain of museum technologies has so far dealt little with open-air sites.  ...  Similarly, Walker (2007) discusses social sharing of the visit in "MyArt Space", where tagged objects that participants selected in their visit to several museums become a personalised "history" of the  ... 
doi:10.5617/nm.3143 fatcat:4qdrn3tbtraiplsjezp5bcbmii

Dynamization of Archeological Heritage in Spain. Perspectives from our Experiences in Atapuerca (Burgos) and Arqueopinto (Madrid)

Raúl Maqueda García-Morales, Manuel Luque Cortina
2013 Arheologija i prirodne nauke  
The goal of Paleorama is to engage people of all ages in the daily life of our ancestors and to increase their understanding of their skills, resources and strategies.  ...  Our presentation will explore, from the author's experiences, how heritage dynamization can promote knowledge and the need to understand cultural, educational and archaeological resources, as an element  ...  to the context.  ... 
doi:10.18485/arhe_apn.2013.9.10 fatcat:hfmckahvbbfdjkrmllfp3vsime

Tourism 3.0 and archaeology: approaching tourists' generated‑content of World Heritage sites

Nekbet Corpas, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (España), Alicia Castillo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (España)
2019 PASOS Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural  
Archaeology is not the main focus of local governments' strategy for tourism in many Spanish World Heritage contexts defined by non -archaeological criteria; but, are there alternative ways of engaging  ...  The issue of authenticity and the need to address experiential tourismare added potentials for the use of 2.0 websites as useful sources of information for heritage tourism planning.  ...  Archaeology can use these sources of information to improve the way it communicates to the public.  ... 
doi:10.25145/j.pasos.2019.17.003 fatcat:ehsvbjvvlnd3tisuxywuo4qpoa

¡Hola! Me llamo Arminda... ¿y tú? A global communication project for Gran Canaria's Archaeological Heritage

Carmen Gloria Rodríguez Santana, Tomás Correa Guimerá
2016 AP : Online Journal in Public Archaeology  
The opening of the Museum and Archaeological Park of Cueva Pintada (Gáldar, Gran Canaria) was the culmination of the recovery of one of the most remarkable sites of the pre-Hispanic culture in the Canary  ...  especially to create a motivating environment for the public, able to transform the museum into a space for sharing, thinking and enjoying History.  ...  The characters, the description of the environment, the evocations and the scenes where the action takes place, allowed the recreation of domestic spaces, landscapes, archaeological contexts, etc., that  ... 
doi:10.23914/ap.v1i2.4 fatcat:2y7fzo7jabb5tezwvvwaxf3ot4

User-driven visual composition of service-based interactive spaces

Carmelo Ardito, Maria Francesca Costabile, Giuseppe Desolda, Rosa Lanzilotti, Maristella Matera, Antonio Piccinno, Matteo Picozzi
2014 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing  
Practice The developed prototypes have been evaluated in studies in which real users (e.g. guides of an archaeological park) were observed in action.  ...  from heterogeneous sources and compose Personal Information Spaces (PISs) that satisfy their information needs and that can be pervasively executed on different devices.  ...  It emerged that guides could benefit from using personal information spaces, in which they could organize multimedia material to be shown in different phases of the visit through different devices.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvlc.2014.01.003 fatcat:j6xrohi3dbbd5bfo4wyfkxp5ce

Natural Graffiti and Cultural Plants: Memory, Race, and Contemporary Archaeology in Yosemite and Detroit

John M. Chenoweth
2017 American Anthropologist  
In the starkly different contexts of the city of Detroit and Yosemite National Park, such objects have been managed and manipulated in a way that speaks to crucial issues of memory, identity, and race.  ...  An archaeology of the contemporary examines how people interact with different kinds of "natural" things in places where nature and culture, in the modern imaginary, meet and conflict.  ...  I also owe a debt to the other participants of the "Archaeologies of the Present" workshop hosted by Krysta Ryzewski and Laura McAtackney in August 2014, and to Jason De León for several conversations  ... 
doi:10.1111/aman.12906 fatcat:krrqk2spdfehdbth3sigjiggfm

Conversations and Material Memories: Insights into Outback Household Practices at the Old Kinchega Homestead

Penelope Allison
2014 Historical Archaeology  
Since 1996, the Kinchega Archaeological Research Project (KARP) has been conducting a household archaeology project at the late-19th-to mid-20th-century Old Kinchega Homestead in outback New South Wales  ...  This article discusses how different people, and different types of interactions and processes involved in gathering personal histories throughout the project, are impacting the interpretative procedures  ...  I am also grateful to them and to Jim McLennan, other members of the Hughes family (Tom Hughes, E.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03376921 fatcat:eixpgcd3o5agnkcoil65wpzz5q
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