CIfA Deutschland – now a reality

CIfA, the professional body for archaeologists in the UK is delighted to have been asked by colleagues in Germany to help promote high professional...

Understanding Zooarchaeology course review

Animal bones are a common sight when dealing with archaeological assemblages and archives, so when the opportunity to attend the University of Sheffield’s Understanding...

Lead on MacYAC

Young Archaeologists' Club and Home Front Legacy teams up for two workshops bringing together colleagues from community groups, heritage organisations, and those working with...

CIfA survey on options for voting

Responding to the request by CIfA members at the previous Annual General Meeting on Friday 27 October 2017 at the University of Reading (AGM...

New Look Archaeology Data Service Website

The ADS are pleased to announce that the ADS Library will be moving out of its Beta phase and go Live on Tuesday 16th...

Historic England’s ‘Conservation Principles, Policies and Practice’

Historic England’s ‘Conservation Principles, Policies and Practice’ is the flagship guidance document for decision making on all aspects of England’s historic environment. The document...

PUBLICAN project results

In June-July 2017, the Archaeology Data Service (ADS) and Internet Archaeology invited the archaeological community to contribute to a study aimed at building a...

CIfA and CBA Advocacy on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill

From November, Parliamentary debates on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill – formerly known as the Great Repeal Bill –  are taking place in Parliament. The...

Declaration for the Preservation of Digital Intellectual Record

An alliance of the key agencies concerned with the UK’s historic environment has launched their Declaration on Digital Preservation today at a ceremony at...

Is Armageddon around the corner?

Hana Morel & Daniel Phillips Archaeology in the UK: Is Armageddon really around the corner? Or can we continue to be complacent? Last week represents a...