MANIFESTO FOR THE ROMANIAN PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY
In this paper I shall only discuss a few of the problems of archaeology in Romania from the perspective of my one-year experience as member and vice-president of the National Commission of Archaeology. My goal here is to attempt to systematize the discussions during the meetings and round tables of the year that has just passed. The meetings were held in Bucharest, in the building of the Ministry of Culture, and some, in Cluj-Napoca, Caransebeș, and Iași. The meetings of the commission were completed with three round tables meant to facilitate dialogue with the local communities interested in patrimony issues Thus, I shall speak of the manner in which archaeology is publicly perceived and the manner in which the National Commission of Archaeology is perceived inside the community of archaeologists.
Public archaeology, monuments, patrimony, legislation
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