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INNOVARCH. Project timeline

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OBJECTIVES
RESULTS
2nd INTENSIVE COURSE- Warsaw
30th mai - 4th june 2016
3rd INTENSIVE CURSE - Kalmar
7th - 12th november 2016
4TH INTENSIVE COURSE, Crete
8th -13th mai 2017
INNOVARCH project aims to address this mismatch between the existing model of European higher education in archaeology and the development of public archaeology as a significant field of disciplinary practice, based on the following variables:
PARTNERS
1st INTENSIVE COURSE - Barcelona
4th - 10th april 2016
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE - Kalmar 15th september 2016
CLOSURE CONFERENCE

UNIVERSITAT AUTÒNOMA DE BARCELONA
UNIVERSITY OF WARSAW
LINNEAUS
UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF CRETE
2015
SEPTEMBER
2017


INNOVATING TRAINING AIMS IN PUBLIC ARCHAEOLOGY
2015-1-ES01-KA203-016351

to provide European students aiming to work professionally in the field of public archaeology academic training in this field
to provide European universities with tools for the implementation of systematic training in public archaeology
to promote the creation of collaborative networks oriented to encourage professionalized training between the university and the active stakeholders in the field of public archaeology
to transcend the strong local nature of the projects and activities in the field of European public archaeology through training proposals based on a transnational comparative perspective
SEPTEMBER
http://www.innovarchaeology.com/
Public archaeology in society: new approaches, new partners, new challenges
http://www.innovarchaeology.com/
New training models to innovate European archaeology: the challenge of Public Archaeology
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