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Foreshore Forum 2017

August 2, 2019


This is part of my series of posts on presentations that I have filmed at conferences. This is the Foreshore Forum: Fieldwork Review – Thames Discovery Programme By Eliott Wragg CBT Project & Greenwich Update By Helen Johnston From Sail to Steam By Sheila Douglas, U3A Shared Learning Project Changes to the […]

New Forest Knowledge Conference 2017

July 31, 2019


I am restarting my series of posts on presentations that I have filmed at conferences. Today’s post is a whole conference: Conference info The New Forest Knowledge Conference 2017 will celebrate the archaeological and historical research being carried out in and around the New Forest. It will provide an opportunity to find out who is […]

Stonehenge, ancient DNA, ancestry, and art

April 5, 2019


This is a guest post by Katy Whitaker. Katy was looking to create a longer form version of a Twitter thread she created and I offered up my blog as a platform for her to use. All credit for this interesting piece goes to Katy. Katy is an archaeologist and archivist. She works for Historic […]


October 27, 2017


In a few months the TAG conference will be happening in Cardiff. Here is one of the sessions we filmed at last year’s TAG. Really interesting look at the creative side of archaeology: Session Details Sightations is a space of exchange, where different perspectives on archaeological visualisation are displayed side by side. These are materialized […]

Read all about it: reporting, publication and engagement

October 4, 2017


It’s Wednesday, so time for some conference videos. These come from the CIfA conference and an interesting look at dissemination: Session Details Organisers: Victoria Donnelly and Tori Park, Amec Foster Wheeler As archaeologists, we have an obligation to communicate the results of our work, both to professionals and the wider public. In an ever-increasingly digital […]

Visualising Skyscapes: Material Forms of Cultural Engagement with the Heavens

October 2, 2017


The last of the sessions we filmed from the 2016 TAG conference: Session Details Fabio Silva, University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Liz Henty, University of Wales Trinity Saint Landscape archaeology opened up new avenues for archaeologists to understand how the environment that societies inhabit determines their interactions with their surroundings, creating part of […]

Safeguarding the sublime: managing archaeology in protected landscapes

September 25, 2017


We keep rolling with more CIfA conference videos. Here is another session we filmed: Session Details Organisers: Chris Jones, Historic Environment Officer, Northumberland National Park Authority; Natalie Ward, Senior Conservation Archaeologist, Peak District National Park Authority The world’s Protected Areas are recognised for their conservation of the natural environment. They also contain outstanding international examples […]