Event review: How Interesting Archaeology Is! - Captivating and Leading-Edge Student Research

  • Atsushi Uemine The Hakubi Center for Advanced Research / Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
Keywords: obsidian, XRF, public archaeology, student archaeology, museum exhibition

Abstract


Kyoto City Archaeological Museum situated in Kansai region, the central part of Honshu Island, Japan, has held special exhibitions in collaboration with external organizations every year since 2011. From 2011 to 2013, several universities and even a high school have participated projects, and in 2014, the Kansai Archaeological Association for Students (KAAS) played an important role as partner, producing the exhibit “ここまでわかる!考古学―学生が魅せる最先端” (“How Interesting Archaeology Is! - Captivating and Leading-Edge Student Research”).

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Published
15-Mar-2015
How to Cite
Uemine, A. (2015). Event review: How Interesting Archaeology Is! - Captivating and Leading-Edge Student Research. Journal of Lithic Studies, 2(1), 175-180. https://doi.org/10.2218/jls.v2i1.1247