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Heritage in the Making

Dealing with the Legacies of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany (Ex Novo Vol. 5) Guest Editor Flamina Bartolini The fifth volume of Ex Novo has the pleasure to host Flaminia Bartolini as guest editor for the special issue titled Heritage in the Making. Dealing with Legacies of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany.  This collection of
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Ex Novo Vol. 6 - Call For Contributions

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION EXTENDED TO THE 15TH DECEMBER!!! The concept of Public Archaeology has profoundly changed since Mc Gimsey’s first formulation in the early 1970s, as it developed a solid conceptual and practical framework along the years that makes it now an independent branch of archaeology. However, in English-speaking and Northern European countries, the
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Call for Cover Art Submission - Be Our n. 5!!

We are looking for talented artists to design our volume 5 cover image (Dec. 2020) Ex Novo is a fully open access, peer reviewed, scientific journal mainly focusing on social archaeology. Issues are published yearly by the Ex Novo Association in collaboration with Archaeopress Publishers of Academic Archaeology. Established in 2016, Ex Novo has already
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Much "ambaradan" about slave-drivers' monuments

by Alessandro Pintucci 12 June 2020 Tutto l’ambaradan intorno alla rimozione dei monumenti agli schiavisti: critica (un po’) ragionata* [For English see below] Scrivo questo pezzo di getto, nei giorni delle proteste in America e poi in tutto il mondo, per la morte di George Perry Floyd, un uomo afroamericano che a Minneapolis è morto
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Heritage Management. The Natural and Cultural Divide

Ex Novo Vol. 4, December 2019 Edited by H. Van Londen, M. J. Schlaman, A. Travaglia The fourth volume of Ex Novo has the pleasure to host Heleen van Londen, Marjo J. Schlaman, and Andrea Travaglia as guest editors of the special issue titled The Natural and The Cultural. Integrating Approaches in Landscape Heritage Management.
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Human Mobility in Archaeology

Practices, Representations and Meanings Volume 3, 2018 Edited by M. Gori, A. Pintucci & M. Revello Lami It has been abundantly demonstrated that theories and paradigms in the humanities are influenced by historical, economic and socio-cultural conditions, which have profoundly influenced archaeology’s representation of migration. This was mostly conceived as the study of the movement
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Call for Blog Posts

The ExN Blog is now accepting blog posts. We welcome original think pieces and editorials on topics related to social archaeology including: politics and archaeology public archaeology the legacies of colonialism and nationalism within the discipline the articulation between local and global archaeological traditions the discipline’s involvement in memory and identity museum studies and restitution
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Human Mobility in Archaeology (Vol.3, 2018 forthcoming)

Practices, Representations and Meanings Of Human Mobility in Archaeology Every society experiences movement. As a structural component of human behavior and human mind, movement necessarily influences ways of thinking, relations of people to space, time, tradition, the organization of societies, and also modifies the perception of things and human relations to them. Mobility has been
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