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Introduction: In Pursuit of a Critical Public Archaeology
V. Camille Westmont

Part I: Work with Communities

Chapter 1. Aiming for Anti-Racism: Policies and Practices of a Publicly Engaged Archaeology Department
Mary Furlong Minkoff, Terry P. Brock, and Matthew B. Reeves

Chapter 2. Legacies of Shame, Legacies of Hope: Community Archaeology at a World War II Japanese American Internment Camp
Jeffery Burton and Mary M. Farrell

Chapter 3. Archaeology as Performance: Reanimating the Portland Wharf Landscape with Critical Public Archaeology
M. Jay Stottman

Part II: Advancing Methods

Chapter 4. Towards a Critical Archaeological Museum
Monika Stobiecka

Chapter 5. “You can’t replant old trees”: The Combined Approach of Memory and Public Archaeology to Reinvestigate Court Housing in Liverpool, UK
Kerry Massheder-Rigby

Chapter 6. Archaeological Narratives as Critical Public Archaeology: Illuminating the Realities of Past and Present Forced Prison Labor through Story
V. Camille Westmont

Chapter 7. Expanding Critical Archaeology in the Digital Age: Building User Interfaces and Sharing the Assemblages of Archaeology in Annapolis Across the Globe
Adam Fracchia

Part III: Situating Critical Archaeology

Chapter 8. Public Archaeology through the Lens of Historiography
Torgrim Sneve Guttormsen

Chapter 9. Public perceptions of archaeology in the museum
Chiara Zuanni

Conclusion: Critical Public Archaeology in Context
Suzie Thomas

Critical Public Archaeology

Confronting Social Challenges in the 21st Century

Edited by V. Camille Westmont

280 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80073-615-3 Hb Published (September 2022)

eISBN 978-1-80073-616-0 eBook