This bibliography was assembled for About.com's definition of Public Archaeology.
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Ballbe EG, and Steadman DW. 2008. The Political, Social and Scientific Contexts of Archaeological Investigations of Mass Graves in Spain. Archaeologies 4(3):429-444.
Blain J, and Wallis RJ. 2006. Pasts and pagan practices: moving beyond Stonehenge. Public Archaeology 5:211-222.
Holtorf C. 2005. Beyond crusades: How (not) to engage with alternative archaeologies. World Archaeology 37(4):544-551.
Holtorf C. 2007. Can You Hear Me At the Back? Archaeology, Communication and Society. European Journal of Archaeology 10:149-165.
Holtorf C. 2009. The Past is Now: an Interview With Anders Högberg. European Journal of Archaeology 11(1):7-22.
Jameson JH. 2008. Interpretation of Archaeology for the Public. In: Pearsall DM, editor. Encyclopedia of Archaeology. London: Elsevier Inc. p 1529-1543.
Joffe A. 2006. Archeology and the media. Society 43(6):71-76.
Kristensen TM. 2007. Special Reviews Section: Archaeological engagements: new media and beyond. European Journal of Archaeology 10(1):73-74.
Matthews CN. 2005. Power dialectics: Marxist reflection in archaeology. Historical Archaeology 39(4):26-44.
McManamon FP. 2006. The foundation for American public archaeology. In: Harmon D, McManamon FP, and Pitcaithley DT, editors. The Antiquities Act: A Century of American Archaeology, Historic Preservation, and Nature Conservation. Tucson: The Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona University Press. p 154-175.
Mitchell MD. 2006. Research traditions, public policy, and the underdevelopment of theory in plains archaeology: tracing the legacy of the Missouri Basin Project. American Antiquity 71:381-396.
Moore LE. 2005. Social change and Oklahoma public archaeology. North American Archaeologist 26(4):389-397.
Morgan C. 2009. (Re)Building Çatalhöyük: Changing Virtual Reality in Archaeology. Archaeologies 5(3):468-487.
Moshenska G. 2008. 'The Bible in Stone': Pyramids, Lost Tribes and Alternative Archaeologies. Public Archaeology 7:5-16.
Nichols S, Prangnell J, and Haslam M. 2005. Hearts and Minds: Public Archaeology and the Queensland School Curriculum Australian Archaeology 61:71-79.
Perry S. 2009. Fractured Media: Challenging the Dimensions of Archaeology’s Typical Visual Modes of Engagement. Archaeologies 5(3):389-415.
Pyburn KA. 2008. Public Archaeology, Indiana Jones, and Honesty. Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 4(2):201-204.
Scheper-Hughes N. 2009. Making anthropology public. Anthropology Today 25(4):1-3.
Scherzler D. 2007. Journalists and Archaeologists: Notes On Dealing Constructively With the Mass Media. European Journal of Archaeology 10:185-206.
Williams H, and Williams EJL. 2007. Digging for the Dead: Archaeological Practice as Mortuary Commemoration. Public Archaeology 6(1):47–63.
- Archaeology in Situ: Sites, Archaeology and Communities in Greece, edited by Susan Buck Sutton and Anna Stroulia, Lexington Books, 2010
- Heritage, Communities and Archaeology, LauraJane Smith, Emma Waterton, Duckworth Press, 2009
- The Reconstructed Past , edited by John H. Jameson, Altamira, 2004
- Public Archaeology, edited by Nick Merriman, Routledge 2004
- Places in Mind: Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology, edited by Paul A. Shackel and erve J. Chambers, Routledge, 2004
- Uncovering Australia, Sarah Colley, Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2003
- Public Benefits of Archaeology, edited by Barbara J. Little, University Press of Florida, 2002