1. Ethics in archaeology
2. Archaeological policies: legal and economical aspects
3. Conflicts in the Israeli archaeology
4. Communal archaeology in Israel and in the world
5. Trends in the development of the Israeli archaeology
6. The presentation of archaeological sites and findings
Ethics in archaeology
ICOMOS Charter for the Protection and Management of the Archaeological Heritage (International Council on Monuments and Sites, 1990) The EAA Code of Practice (European Association of Archaeologists 1997)
SAA Principles of Archaeological Ethics (Society for American Archaeology 1996)
The Etiquette of Professional Ethics in Archaeology (The Israeli Archaeology Association 1990)
C. Colwell-Chanthaphonh and T.J. Ferguson. Trust and Archaeological Practice: Towards a Framework of Virtue Ethics. In C. Scarre and G. Scarre eds., The Ethics of Archaeology. Cambridge 2006. Pp. 115-130.
D.E. Cooper, Truthfulness and ‘Inclusion’ in Archaeology. In C. Scarre and G. Scarre eds., The Ethics of Archaeology. Cambridge 2006. Pp. 131-145.
A. Wylie. On Ethics. In L.J. Zimmerman, K.D. Vitelli, J. Hollowell-Zimmer eds., Ethical Issues in Archaeology. Walnut Creek CA. 2003. Pp. 3-14.
The World Archaeological Congress Codes Of Ethics (click here).
Archaeological policies: legal and economical aspects
State of Israel, the Antiquities Act, 1978.
C. Cumberpatch and P. Blinkhorn, Clients, Contractors, Curators and Archaeology: Who Owns the Past? In M. Pluciennik ed. The Responsiblities of Archaeologists. BAR Int. Ser. 981. Oxford 2001, pp. 39-45.
A. Gopher, R. Greenberg, Z. Herzog. Archaeological Public Policy. In D. Korn ed. Public Policy in Israel. Lanham MD 2002. Pp. 191-203.
K. Liwieratos, Introducing the Competitive Advantage Theory/Strategy to Heritage Management. Public Archaeology 3 (2004), pp. 227-239.
Conflicts in the Israeli archaeology
Greenberg Raphael, Extreme Exposure: Archaeology in Jerusalem, CONSERVATION AND MGMT OF ARCH. SITES, Vol. 11 Nos 3–4, 2009, 262–81. Nadia Abu el-Haj, Facts on the Ground: Archaeological Practice and Territorial Self-Fashioning in Israeli Society. Chicago 2001.
R.S. Hallote and A.H. Joffe. The Politics of Israeli Archaeology: Between ‘Nationalism’ and ‘Science’ in the Age of the Second Republic. Israel Studies 7/3 (2002):84-116.
Benvenisti Meron, Scared Landscape, The Buried History of the Holy Land Since 1948, University of California press, California, 2000.
Communal archaeology in Israel and in the world
N. Faulkner. Archaeology from Below. Public Archaeology 1 (2000), pp. 21-33.
R. Greenberg and Y. Farjun. Archaeology and Community at Rogem Ganim (West Jerusalem). (Text of paper delivered at ASOR Meetings, Philadelphia, 2005).
D. Ilan and Y. Gadot, Undermining the Edifice of Ethnocentric Historical Narrative in Israel with Community-Based Archaeology. (no date)
J.H. Jameson, Purveyors of the Past: Education and Outreach as Ethical Imperatives in Archaeology. In L.J. Zimmerman, K.D. Vitelli, J. Hollowell-Zimmer eds., Ethical Issues in Archaeology. Walnut Creek CA. 2003. Pp. 153-162.
Trends in the development of the Israeli archaeology
A. Elon. Politics and Archaeology. In N.A. Silberman and D. Small eds. The Archaeology of Israel : Constructing the Past, Interpreting the Present. Sheffield 1997, pp. 34-47.
Y. Shavit, Archaeology, Political-Culture, and Culture in Israel. In N.A. Silberman and D. Small eds. The Archaeology of Israel: Constructing the Past, Interpreting the Present. Sheffield 1997, pp. 48-61.
Kletter Raz, Just Past? The Making of Israeli Archaeology, Equinox, London, 2006.
The presentation of archaeological sites and findings
A.E. Killebrew. From Canaanites to Crusaders: The Presentation of Archaeological Sites in Israel. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 3 (1999):17-32.
R. Skeates, Speaking for the Past in the Present: Text, Authority and Learning in Archaeology Museums. Public Archaeology 2 (2002): 209-218.
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