In this chapter, I reflect upon teaching and learning contemporary archaeology in two anarchist-adjacent spaces in Athens, Greece in 2018–2019. I explore ways in which contemporary archaeology has tended to focus on the ‘everyday’ of living communities, often seeking to function as a form of advocacy. I contextualise the development of The Made in Migration Collective (a coalition of displaced people, creative professionals, and academics based in Sweden, the U.K., and Greece) in relation to anarchist pedagogies and their increased application to archaeological teaching and learning. I reflect on two public exhibitions co-produced by The Made in Migration Collective.

DOI: 10.5040/

ISBN: 9781350335646; 9781350335639