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Landward Research Ltd are delighted to have been commissioned by Historic England to assess skills needs and other labour market intelligence issues in the fields of buildings history, garden history and archaeological specialisms. These projects will be successors to the Survey of Archaeological Specialists 2010-11 and Atkins 2008 “Identifying Activity and Skills Needs in Buildings History: Final Report”. […]
As of December 2016, Landward Research Ltd no longer has a staff member based in Kathmandu. We continue to have staff or offices in Sheffield, Edinburgh, New Mexico, Musselburgh and Stoke-on-Trent.
The report on the Archaeological Market Survey 2016, undertaken by Landward Research Ltd on behalf of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists, the Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers and Historic England, is now available. Download Archaeological Market Survey 2016. Executive Summary This Archaeological Market Survey report is on the State of the Market for Archaeological […]
Discovering the Archaeologists of the World WAC-8 Kyoto Theme 05 (Comparative Archaeologists in the Globalized World) Session G Block SS3, 1640-1840, 29th August 2016 all papers now available for download Kenneth Aitchison Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe Nicolas Zorzin & Christian Gates St-Pierre The Sociopolitics of Archaeology in Quebec: Regional Developments within Global Trends Andris Sne Archaeologist, heritage […]
Paper presented by Kenneth Aitchison on e-archaeology.org – ANHER and Centres of Integrated Heritage Teaching Excellence at 3rd IHC Conference on International Heritage Management. Aitchison_ANHER_IHC
A Mirror for Japanese Archaeology Kenneth AITCHISON. Japanese Journal of Archaeology 4 (2016): 76-84. Abstract This paper reports what the author experienced about Japanese Archaeological daily practices with specific focus upon their organisational and legal aspects when he visited Japan in 2012. Critical and sympathetic comments are made in comparison with the picture on the ground in […]
Kenenth Aitchison and Arek Marciniak of Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu jointly presented a paper on the ANHER project at WAC-8. The paper’s title was e-archaeology.org – ANHER and Centres of Integrated Heritage Teaching Excellence. It was presented in a session called Educating the Masses: New Approaches to Teaching Digital Archaeology, which stimulated valuable discussion about […]
Landward Research Ltd are delighted to have provided video recording and production services for the British Archaeological Awards 2016. Congratulations to all the projects that won and to those that were highly commended. For further information on video services, please contact Doug Rocks-Macqueen, Director of Analysis, Research and Technology.
Landward Research Ltd wants to congratulate Doug Rocks-Macqueen, our Director of Analysis, Research and Technology, for having been awarded his PhD from the University of Edinburgh. Congratulations Dr Doug!