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The Archaeology of Forgetting

December 6, 2019


I am quite behind on getting videos out. This session is from TAG… 2017. Slowly, working my way through backlog but it is still an excellent and timely session: Session info: As time passes, we forget. In the ongoing conversation about memory and archaeology, this session frames forgetting as a productive and selective process. The […]

Foreshore Forum 2018 – Part 2

December 4, 2019


The second half of the videos from the Foreshore Forum: Archaeology and Performance at Bankside’s First Tudor Playhouse The Colne Valley in Prehistory When the Facts Change: Finding Officers’ Households at Roman Forts Archaeological Evidence for Change in Tidal Levels on the Thames, an Update The Golden Age of Thames Antiquarians […]

Foreshore Forum 2018 – Part 1

November 29, 2019


One of the conferences I really like to attend is the Foreshore forum because I know very little about archaeology along the Thames and for the community archaeology aspect. Here are the videos we made of last year’s conference. Welcome and year in Review Art as Archaeology Special Mysterry FROG Older Londoners […]

CAAUK 2018 Edinburgh – Part 4

November 27, 2019


The last of the CAAUK videos: Twenty years after. Challenges and successes in digital archiving The following paper provides a reflective historiography on the ongoing work of the Archaeology Data Service (ADS), the only accredited UK digital archive for archaeological data. As the organisation moves past its twentieth year the landscape it inhabits has […]

CAAUK 2018 Edinburgh – Part 3

November 20, 2019


The next set of CAAUK videos of the presentations: Wemyss Caves 4D: a digital future for the Pictish Wemyss Caves, Fife Scotland Wemyss Caves 4D is a collaborative digital documentation and interpretation project involving archaeologists from the SCAPE Trust, University of St Andrews and the community group Save the Wemyss Ancient Caves Society (SWACS). […]

CAAUK 2018 Edinburgh – Part 2

November 18, 2019


Another set of videos from the CAA conference: Roman Frontier or Fortified Road? GIS Analysis of the Gask Ridge Shortly after arriving in Scotland in the early AD 70s, the Roman Army constructed a series of forts, fortlets, and towers in the central belt between the Forth-Clyde valley and the river Tay. This assembly […]

CAAUK 2018 Edinburgh – Part 1

November 8, 2019


A year ago I helped run the CAAUK conference in Edinburgh. I thought I would share the videos we made of the presentations: CIDOC CRM and CRMarchaeo A vision of use for the ‘future’ Recent work by Holtorf and May et al (2018) has highlighted the simultaneous desire to pass archaeological knowledge on to […]