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This article introduces community archaeology as an emerging perspective on the role and responsibility of archaeologists in relation to the communities where they do their fieldwork. It then offers examples of specific ways in which the leaders of the original Heshbon Expedition (1968–1996) paved the way for the pioneering work in community archaeology of the Tall Hisban Cultural Heritage Project (1996–present). It also includes highlights of community archaeology related activities during recent field seasons and concludes by describing current efforts to provide for ongoing maintenance and protection of the archaeological site in perpetuity.
LaBianca, Øystein S..
"Community Archaeology at Tall Hisban."
Andrews University Seminary Studies (AUSS)
Available at: http://digitalcommons.andrews.edu/auss/vol55/iss1/4