In Archaeology, I feel like we are perpetually having the same conversation — ‘you know it would be great if someone gathered data on (insert topic)’. There is never enough time to research all of our ideas. About a year ago I had that very same conversation about crowdfunding in Archaeology. Luckily, someone has gone out and gathered the data– Thomas Van Damme , a graduate student at Syddansk Universitet.
He posted a great paper on Academia.edu- Crowdfunding Archaeology: Exploring the Potential of Crowdfunding in Archaeological Research– in which he gathered data on different archaeology crowdfunding projects. Work that is sorely needed in archaeology. As far as I am aware, the only discussions on the topic in Archaeology has been through blogs:
- My posts here and here
- Bill Whites posts- Crowdfunding and archaeological research: should we do it? & Looks like archaeologists are promoting crowdfunding after all
- Donna Yates had an interesting post…
Ver la entrada original 147 palabras más