Being a “Them” in Indian Archaeology

I often get emails from young students asking if they should do their Masters or PhD’s in Archaeology abroad. I ask them one thing, and this is something you should really consider. I ask them what do they plan to do after their courses. I ask them to reflect hard on this, because this can be a make or break decision.

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How to Privatize Indian Archaeology the Right Way

I proposed something radical on a talk that I gave yesterday. Radical that is, in the context of Indian archaeology. I proposed that the government allow semi-privatization of archaeology with some level of government oversight.

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