Session Abstract
Exhibiting archaeological research findings are gaining renewed attention within the
discipline. The rise of the heritage industry and redefinitions of museological
practices has infused the interest and created many noteworthy projects around the
world. In this panel, the intention is to focus on some of the cases, changes and
challenges that have taken place in relation to mediated practices of archaeology. The
panel will address questions like; how have economic, political and social forces
influenced recent development in exhibiting archaeology, what has been the role of
archaeologists in such processes, what are the theoretical and methodological
frameworks for creating archaeological exhibitions, in what way does exhibition
strategies challenge professional codes of conducts within archaeology, how is the the
discipline restrained by museological practices and conventions, and in what way has
digital technology intersected exhibition processes and outputs of archaeological
research and knowledge.

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