A Directory of projects relating to the history of archaeology.
By Bart Wagemakers (NPAPH)
The Non-Professional Archaeological Photographs (NPAPH) project has the aim to preserve non-professional documentation of archaeological campaigns prior to the 1980s to the future and make it accessible to the public via digital archives.
The term ‘non-professional’ refers to records made by visitors or participants of excavations who were not part of the trained staff, but who assisted as part of their continuing education or out of interest, for instance students, volunteers, reporters or sponsors. Secondly, this category of documentation includes also the private photos, slides or films made at the excavation by the archaeological staff.
Wagemakers, Bart. 2014. The Digital Non-Professional Archaeological Photographs Archives: Private Photographs of Past Excavations for Current Archaeological Research. The Archaeological Review from Cambridge 29 (2): 50-68.
A digital resource highlighting Victorian women collectors of ancient Egyptian artefacts in five northwestern UK museums: Blackburn, Burnley, Macclesfield, Southport and Bolton. The five women featured are Annie Barlow, Anne Goodison, Marianne Brocklehurst, Alice Lady O'Hagan and Hilda Petrie. The website is here.