This project pulls together into one place all the knowledge already available about the North Sea’s submerged prehistory (in the English sector) and creates a Framework with a set of questions and areas that require further exploration.
“The team aim to create heritage awareness at a crucial young age, educating the youth on the importance of preserving and rebuilding their authentic rural mudbrick identity and triggering their curiosity to revive their ancestral way of life.”
Kenneth Aitchison is standing as a candidate for the Register of Professional Archaeologists’ President Elect.
The grants that universities in England receive for teaching archaeology may be cut by 50%.
All archaeologists working in the UK are graduates. Not every recipient of an archaeology degree goes on to work in archaeology, but those that do provide tangible, quantifiable benefits to the country that are worth a quarter of a billion pounds every year.
originally posted at https://heritagemanagement.org/the-way-to-dusty-death-by-kenneth-aitchison-phd-head-of-capability-mapping-the-heritage-management-organization/ Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, To the last syllable of recorded time; And all our yesterdays have lighted fools. The way to dusty death Shakespeare – Macbeth Basse Santa Su is a quiet town, more than 300km upriver from the coast in The […]
We are pleased to announce a new member of our team. Reema Islam has joined us as our SAARC Archaeology Project Researcher, undertaking preliminary research for a Discovering the Archaeologists of South Asia project. She has just submitted for her MA in Heritage Management from the University of Kent and the Athens University of Economics […]
The complete and final version of the standalone e-learning CPD module An Introduction to Using Aerial Photography for Archaeological Heritage Management, developed by Landward Research Ltd and Eduserwis Sp. j. for Historic England can be accessed for free at http://ehhelm.articulate-online.com/2877919950
A new e-learning module, "An Introduction to Using Aerial Photography for Archaeological Heritage Management", which was developed by Landward Research Ltd and Eduserwis Sp.j. for Historic England, is now live for free access via Historic England's HELM Articulate-online portal at: http://ow.ly/Mwu5C
Landward Research Ltd are delighted to announce that our sister company, Landward LLC, which is incorporated in the state of New Mexico, is now 100% owned by Landward Research Ltd, and that Landward Library Ltd, which is based in Scotland, is 99% owned by Landward Research Ltd. Landward LLC delivers Landward's e-learning offer and research […]