Over the weekend of July 31st and Sunday August 1st, 2021, children from Bkaatouta, as well as other neighboring towns and villages, with some parents and four amazing volunteers, spent the weekend in the beautiful hills of Bkaatouta learning about their history and about the work of archaeologists.
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 […]
Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe 2014 has shown that measuring archaeologists’ capabilities is a tool that can be used to plan for the development of the profession, development that is necessary to enhance to protection and interpretation of the global archaeological resource. A special issue of Archaeologies: the Journal of the World Archaeological Congress (vol. 10, no. […]
The Transnational Report of the Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe 2014 project, which brings together data from all of the 21 national reports published as part of the project, has itself been published. Kenneth Aitchison and Doug Rocks-Macqueen of Landward Research Ltd are two of the co-authors. Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe 2012-14: Transnational Report […]
Landward Research Ltd is delighted to be the UK research partner in the transnational Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe 2012-14 project. This project, which is being managed by York Archaeological Trust, is examining archaeological employment and barriers to transnational mobility within archaeology across twenty European countries. It is undertaken with the support of the Lifelong […]
Research undertaken by Landward Research Ltd for FAME and the Institute for Archaeologists has shown that in April 2011, the rate of job losses in archaeology appeared to have slowed, and business confidence was showing very slight signs of improvement. In the first three months of 2011, the number of archaeologists in work increased very […]
Landward Research staff will be attending and contributing to the IfA Annual Conference in Reading from 13-15 April 2011. We will be making making three poster presentations which will be on show at the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology stand. Doug-Rocks Macqueen’s poster presents a detailed analysis of all the jobs […]