After the Pandemic: Reflections from an uncertain present on the futures of public archeology

Alejandra Saladino, Leonardo Faryluk


There are moments in history, perceived both individually and collectively, in which proposing to imagine—even project—becomes an apparently unattainable task. 2020 took us socially unprepared and, although in some places the current situation is deeply serious while others feel more tolerable, we have a total uncertainty about the future. We can consider that the information that allows us to visualize the indicators leading to situations like the current one is available. However, not all of us have the tools to interpret them, and the voices of those who do have them are not echoed strong enough, unlike those who in spaces of power, political or economic with the means and will to bring fear to wide sectors of the population.

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