(edited by M. Gori and V. Higgins)
The first issue is concerned with quite a challenging topic, that is “The Impact of the Fall of Communism on European Heritage”: it results from a regular session held at the 2014 Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists in Istanbul. The proceedings are edited by Valerie Higgins (the American University of Rome) and Maja Gori.
Here the authors who have contributed to the opening issue of Ex Novo:
Dana Phelps (Stanford University), Heritage for Development, Multiethnic Communities, and the Case of Butrint National Park on the Albanian-Greek Border
Francesco Iacono (University of Cambridge) and Klejd L. Këlliçi (University of Tirana), Exploring the public perception of Communist Heritage in Post-communist Albania.
Valerie Higgins (The American University of Rome), Are We Still Illyrians?
Elisa Cella (Sapienza University of Rome/ Etruscan Roman Museum of Trevignano), Maja Gori (University of Heidelberg), Alessandro Pintucci (Sapienza – University of Rome), Archaeology in the Adriatic. From the Dawn to the Sunset of Communist Ideologies.
Elisa Cella (Sapienza University of Rome/ Etruscan Roman Museum of Trevignano), Maja Gori (University of Heidelberg), Alessandro Pintucci (Sapienza – University of Rome), The trowel and the sickle. Italian archaeology and its Marxist legacy
Giulia Vollono (University of Sheffield), Exploring approaches to Italian Early Medieval Archaeology in post communist Europe.
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