Monday, 16 March 2009
Histories of archaeology, and the liberation of censorship
At the Histories of Archaeology Research Network (HARN) meeting a couple of days ago, I presented representations of a suppressed UNESCO report in histories of cultural heritage destruction. I've posted the paper, about how propagandists abused both a UNESCO report and its censorship, over on Human Rights Archaeology. Later, I'll try to demonstrate precisely how propaganda successfully misdirected histories of Cyprus and of censorship itself.