Publications & Conferences

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Chapters in Books:

Richardson, L. 2012. Twitter & Archaeology: An Archaeological Network in 140 Characters or Less. In: C. Bonacchi (ed) Archaeologists and the Digital: Towards Strategies of Engagement. London: Archetype.

Journal Articles:

Richardson, L-J. 2014. The Day of archaeology: blogging and online archaeological communities. The European Journal of Post Classical Archaeologies.

Richardson, L 2013. A Digital Public Archaeology?. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology 23(1):10, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/pia.431

Richardson,L. 2012. Digital Public Archaeology in Wales. Archaeology in Wales.

Richardson, L. et al 2012. Forum: The limits of collaboration. Osmanagic in the campus. Online Journal in Public Archaeology.

Hunt, G., Morse, C., & Richardson, L. 2008. Watching the Past Unfold Before Your Eyes. London Archaeologist 12 (2) 2008

Richardson, L. 2007. Dig Goes Digital in Prescot Street. London Archaeologist 11 (11) 2007

Popular Articles:

Richardson, L. 2009. London, the Mud of Ages. British Archaeology Issue 108 2009

Richardson, L. 2008. On the Web: The Prescot Street Mash-Up. British Archaeology Issue 103 2008

Conferences/Conference Sessions Organised:

World Archaeological Congress 2013
Session: Multi-Vocality Through Technology

Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) 2012
Session: Archaeology as Entertainment or Edutainment?

UCL Archaeology & Communication Network May 2012
Conference: Barriers to Participation in Archaeology Online

Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) 2011
Session: Dr. Web-Love: Or, How I Learnt to Stop Worrying & Love Social Media

Conference Papers:

International Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies, Newcastle
Users, fans and followers: Engaging with museums, galleries and heritage via social media
Paper Title: Social Media at the Cambridge University Museum of Zoology

SHA 2013 Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology
Digital Heritage and Archaeology: Applications of Web-based Technology for Community Engagement
Paper title: Barriers to Public Archaeology Online

CASPAR/UCL Archaeology and Communication Network 2012
Digital Engagement in Archaeology
Paper title: Not All Archaeology is Equal: Barriers to Participation in Archaeology Online

European Association of Archaeologists Conference August 2012
Session: Using Social Media to Engage People in Archaeology
Paper Title: Public Archaeology Online: An ‘Internet Delusion’

Institute for Archaeologists Conference April 2012
Paper title: Archaeology & the Internet

Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) 2011
Session: Exploring academic values & concepts: have archaeologists lost the ability to talk about inequality?
Paper Title: Public Archaeology Online

Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) 2011
Session: Dr. Web-Love: Or, How I Learnt to Stop Worrying & Love Social Media
Paper Title: Archaeology & Twitter

UCL Archaeology & Communication Network May 2011
Session: Archaeologists & the Digital: Towards Strategies of Engagement
Paper Title: Twitter & Archaeology Online

CASPAR/Institute of Archaeology Research Seminar Series February 2011
Paper Title: Developing Digital Communities: Community Archaeology

Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) 2010
CASPAR session: Audio-Visual Practice-As-Research in Archaeology
Paper Title: Public Archaeology in a Digital Age: 2010

Digital Strategies in Heritage (DISH) 2009
Session: User Participation
Paper Title: Digital Participation in Community Archaeology

Public Archaeology Project Websites:

The Day of Archaeology

Thames Discovery Programme

The Prescot Street Dig

One thought on “Publications & Conferences

  1. gcrcrisis says:

    Is the Suffolk Garbology Project an example of Punk Archaeology?

    http://www.algao.org.uk/localgov/community/case_studies/suffolk_garbology

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