Collaborative Archaeologies in Transformation: Preliminary Results from a Social Network Analysis of Archaeological Practice
Author(s): Katharine Ellenberger
Collaborative or community-based archaeology can involve a range of activities from modifying dissemination practices to shifting to writing research designs with a coalition including non-archaeologists. These approaches were built as responses to specific concerns by crafting research methods to the modern context of archaeology. Out of these myriad approaches has developed a social network of scholars whose professional interactions are consequential for understanding contemporary archaeological practice. This presentation will outline preliminary results of a social network analysis of collaborative archaeology using a database of publications, conference presentations, and other products of these projects.
SAA 2015 abstracts made available in tDAR courtesy of the Society for American Archaeology and Center for Digital Antiquity Collaborative Program to improve digital data in archaeology. If you are the author of this presentation you may upload your paper, poster, presentation, or associated data (up to 3 files/30MB) for free. Please visit http://www.tdar.org/SAA2015 for instructions and more information.
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
- Collaborative and Community Archaeology •
- Society for American Archaeology 80th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA (2015)
Cite this Record
Collaborative Archaeologies in Transformation: Preliminary Results from a Social Network Analysis of Archaeological Practice. Katharine Ellenberger. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 395297)
North America - Northeast
min long: -80.815; min lat: 39.3 ; max long: -66.753; max lat: 47.398 ;