“Let's send millions of qualified public archaeology cadres to the new museums and commercial units!”

Gabriel Moshenska


An obsession with origins is a hallmark of pseudoarchaeology, while the celebration of arbitrary anniversaries is one of the more meaningless conceits of the heritage industry. In that spirit, I would like to wish a happy tenth anniversary to AP: Online Journal in Public Archaeology, and to extend my warmest congratulations to the editorial team.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23914/ap.v10i0.304


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