A Mirror for Japanese Archaeology Kenneth AITCHISON. Japanese Journal of Archaeology 4 (2016): 76-84. Abstract This paper reports what the author experienced about Japanese Archaeological daily practices with specific focus upon their organisational and legal aspects when he visited Japan in 2012. Critical and sympathetic comments are made in comparison with the picture on the ground in Europe. Japanese Journal of Archaeology is an open-access journal, and this article is now available for download here at the JJA site.
Breaking New Ground: how professional archaeology works has been reviewed in Volume 4 – 2014 of Arqueologia Publica. The full review is at http://www.arqueologiapublica.es/descargas/1418066119.pdf REVIEWS Doug ROCKS-MACQUEEN Breaking New Ground: How Professional Archaeology Works [Kenneth Aitchison] Landward Research 2013 Kindle Edition The first thing a reader will notice about this book is the lack of a hardcopy or softcopy editions. That is because the author, Kenneth Aitchison, has forgone the slower process of print publication and has jumped into the exciting new world of digital publishing. This piece is completely digital and can be downloaded from Amazon currently at ₤2.87. Though do not let the medium or the price…