Digital Creativity in Archaeology

Posted on 7 June 2017

Issue 44 of Internet Archaeology is now live

A visitor to I Hear Too Live listens to the whispered voices of David Chapman's 'Octo: Sotto Voce' installation in the Chapter House of York Minster (Figure 27 © Kippa Matthews 2009, used with permission 2016)

The new issue of Internet Archaeology is now live, and features a number of articles from staff, associates, research students and alumni from the Department of Archaeology.

Issue 44: Digital Creativity in Archaeology focuses on emerging digital archaeological theory and practice, including 3D representation, GIS, art and archaeology, acoustic heritage and digital narratives.

As always, the content of the journal is open access.  

The introduction of Issue 44 of Internet Archaeology, by Gareth Beale and Paul Reilly, is available here: https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.44.13

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