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PhD Defence

Imprint of Action: The Sociocultural Impact of Public Activities in Archaeology

  • K.H.J. Boom
Date
16 October 2018
Time
Address
Academy Building
Rapenburg 73
2311 GJ Leiden

Abstract

Krijn Boom's PhD project Imprint of Action is the first large-scale study focussing entirely on sociocultural impact in archaeology and, as such, is explorative in nature; it provides unique insights into the workings of interaction and participation in archaeological events, and openly shares qualitative and quantitative research data with the expanding field. In doing so, Imprint of Action lies the foundations for further analysis of the societal impact of both large-and small-scale heritage projects and identifies the incontestable values of archaeological heritage to the public.

This research project was part of the NEARCH project, funded by the European Union.

Supervisor

  • Prof. J.C.A. Kolen

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