Ethics in African archaeology

Benjamin Smith
  • Azania Archaeological Research in Africa, April 2014, Taylor & Francis
  • DOI: 10.1080/0067270x.2014.904981

Ethics in African Archaeology

What is it about?

This paper considers the ethical responsibilities of archaeologists working in universities, museum, heritage agencies and in private contract companies.

Why is it important?

An African-wide view of the roles and responsibilities of archaeologists from students through to top level professors and heritage managers. Personally challenging and knowingly controversial.

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