I was invited to prepare an article about our work on the Archaeology Audience Network (AAN) for the Council for British Archaeology Yorkshire’s journal FORUM. The article was published recently, and the journal’s editors were kind enough to allow me to post an open copy to my blog (thank you for your support Deborah!). If you’re interested in the AAN, the challenges we’ve faced, and some reflections on what it all means for contract (development-led) archaeology in the UK, please check it out here.
The Heritage Fund has kindly granted an extension to our work, meaning that we will be running a few more activities across the coming months. Please keep your eyes peeled for information on these activities, and the resources we will be publishing in the Autumn.
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I’m not much into social media but have just read and enjoyed the above on development led archaeology – really interesting stuff.
Thank you Rosamund! I really appreciate this. I’ll be in touch by email as it would be lovely to catch up again soon.