Monday, 18 March 2013

IA 33: "Portable Antiquities: archaeology, collecting, metal detecting".

You heard it here first. The announcement of the publication of Issue 33 of Internet Archaeology has just appeared. This volume, edited by Stuart Campbell and Suzie Thomas, was dedicated to the question of "Portable Antiquities: archaeology, collecting, metal detecting". The words "preservation" and "Heritage Action Artefact Erosion Counter" and much else besides of importance are apparently wholly absent.The papers it contains are as follows:

Editorial - Portable antiquities: archaeology, collecting, metal detecting - Suzie Thomas
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Metal detecting, collecting and portable antiquities: Scottish and British perspectives - Stuart Campbell
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Can we really differentiate between treasure hunters and non-professional archaeologists? - Jean-Olivier Gransard-Desmond

Biting the bullet: the role of hobbyist metal detecting within battlefield archaeology - Natasha Ferguson

The Lord's Prerogative and an Act of Trust: portable antiquities in the Isle of Man - Allison Fox

Ownership of heritage resources in South Africa: challenges and opportunities - Ndukuyakhe Ndlovu

The Metal Detecting Forum - an online community. Resource, education and co-operation - Tom Redmayne and Kevin Woodward

Three years on from 'The Nighthawking Survey': innovations in heritage protection - Pete Wilson and Mark Harrison

Response: the Treasure Act and Portable Antiquities Scheme - Roger Bland
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Who controls the past? - Penny English
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The law as mediator between archaeology and collecting - Patty Gerstenblith
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Ideology, governance and consequences from a collector's point of view - Wayne G. Sayles
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