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2004
JAMESON jr, J. H., "Public Archaeology in the United States", Public Archaeology, Londen, New York, Routledge, pp. 21-58, 2004.
JAMESON jr, J. H., "The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history", The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. 307, 2004.
JAMESON jr, J. H., "The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history", The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. 307, 2004.
JAMESON jr, J. H., The Reconstructed Past: Reconstructions in the Public Interpretation of Archaeology and History, , Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, 2004.
WHITE, E. C., "Reconstruction dilemmas at George Washington’s Blacksmith Shop", The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. 77-90, 2004.
DISTRETTI, JOE. P., and CARL. KUTTRUFF, "Reconstruction, interpretation and education at Fort Loudoun", The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. 167-176, 2004.
MYTUM, H. C., "Reconstruction policy and purpose at Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort", The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. 91-102, 2004.
KILLEBREW, A. E., "Reflections on a reconstruction of the ancient Qasrin Synagogue and village", The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. 127-146, 2004.
WILLIAMSON, R. F., "Replication or interpretation of the Iroquoian longhouse", The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. 147-166, 2004.
JAMESON jr, J. H., "To Inspire and Educate", Dig, the Archaeology Magazine for Kids, Peterborough, New Hampshire, Cobblestone Publishing Company, pp. 32, 02/2004.
NOBLE, V. E., "The value of reconstructions: an archaeological perspective", The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. 273-286, 2004.
LINEBAUGH, D. W., "Walden Pond and beyond: the restoration archaeology of Roland Wells Robbins", The reconstructed past. Reconstruction in the public interpretation of archaeology and history, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. 21-46, 2004.
2003
MYTUM, H. C., "Evoking time and place in reconstruction and display: the case of Celtic identity and Iron Age art", Ancient muses, Archaeology and the Arts, Tuscaloosa, pp. 92-108, 2003.
JAMESON jr, J. H., "Purveyors of the past: education and outreach as ethical imperatives in archaeology", Ethical Issues in Archaeology, Walnut Creek, AltaMira Press, pp. xx-xx, 2003.

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