Visualising heritage complexity: comic books, prehistoric rock-art and the Cochno Stone

Brophy, K. and Sackett, H. (2019) Visualising heritage complexity: comic books, prehistoric rock-art and the Cochno Stone. In: Williams, H., Pudney, C. and Ezzeldin, A. (eds.) Public Archaeology: Arts of Engagement. Series: Access archaeology. Archaeopress Publishing Ltd: Oxford, pp. 228-252. ISBN 9781789693737

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Abstract

A discussion of the use of a comic book during the Cochno Stone community archaeology project. This prehistoric rock-art site is located in Faifley, West Dunbartonshire. A comic book was created for school workshops telling the complex story of the Cochno Stone. The chapter reflects on this story and more generally in the efficacy of comics within public archaeology.

Item Type:Book Sections
Keywords:Archaeology, comic books, heritage, rock-art.
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Brophy, Dr Kenny
Authors: Brophy, K., and Sackett, H.
Subjects:C Auxiliary Sciences of History > CC Archaeology
College/School:College of Arts > School of Humanities > Archaeology
Research Group:Engaged archaeology
Publisher:Archaeopress Publishing Ltd
ISBN:9781789693737
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