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Conference: The 1st Annual RE-ARC Conference, Defining Reconstructive Archaeology for the 21st Century
The October conference was organized to gauge the interest level of Experimental Archaeology and in the United States. The conference was held over two days with 45 attendees and had a variety of presenters, from archaeologists that have used experimental archaeology in their work to professional reconstructionalists and undergraduates using experimental archaeology for their advanced senior project. The Keynote address, " – A Personal Journey to Resolve and Practice," was delivered by David Wescott using his hands and a knotted loop of string to impressively tell his illustrative narrative.
Besides the first , a second, more extensive review by Maria-Louise Sidoroff, gives another perspective.
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