From studying the past to worrying about the future
Here you can read Prof Cornelius Holtorf's article, that was the Key Note speech at the opening ceremony of EAA (European Association of Archaeologists) 25th August 2020: "From studying the past to worrying about the future".
The article is posted on the Bridging Ages website with permission from Prof Holtorf and from The European Archaeologist.
Archaeologists study the past and its remains. But this year, all is different. The Corona Virus Disease that started in 2019 (covid-19 for short) has imprisoned all of us in the present, and we worry most about the future. Download the PDf to read the article.
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