Archaeology in Crisis

Archaeology in England is in the middle of its worst crisis ever according to Jane Greenville of the CBA. Speaking at the CBA winter meeting in London in February 2014 she highlighted the cuts in local authority budgets which make it possible that the provision of county archaeological services, established in the 1970s and 1980s,…

Conferencing Archaeology

One of the traditional ways in which fresh archaeological information is brought to the public is through the conference. This may seem quaint in the age of Facebook, Twitter and Skype, but it expresses the need, indeed necessity, of direct contact and debate with colleagues (professional and voluntary) from the discipline. According to a Council…