Is the Wunderkammer just a colonial hangover or does it have more to teach us?
How have misconceptions about archaeology affected Southend's most famous archaeological site?
How does the experience of visiting an archaeological site affect public perception?
What does it feel like visiting a tourist site as an archaeologist? What can that tell us about the public experience of archaeological sites.
My recent visit to the Barcelona Egyptian Museum revealed some fantastic artefacts, but also raised unsettling questions about forgeries, provenance and the ethics of presenting recently purchased antiquities in museums.
Purchasers of black market artefacts promulgate many myths to justify their actions, but there is a dark reality behind them.
Changes to UK legislation will have a negative effect on attitudes to and protection of archaeology overseas?