Archaeologists Against Austerity: in support of the People’s Assembly

We, professional and academic archaeologists, wish to endorse the call for a People’s Assembly Against Austerity (PAAA) at Central Hall Westminster on 22 June...

CIfA – Chartered Status – the story so far

Submitted by Kate Geary on Tuesday 19 April 2016 In September 2015, CIfA started the process of consulting with members and stakeholders on the potential...

IfA update policy on self employed and volunteers

IfA has recently updated our Policy statements to include the use of training posts on archaeological projects. Other statements have also been amended in...

Volunteering in the historic environment across Scotland – Report

Volunteering and the Historic Environment estimates the scale and range of volunteering activity and demonstrates its positive impact and potential for the people of...
University of Manchester - Michael Smith Building © Copyright N Chadwick and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.

University Construction projects – reap the opportunity

With the Russell Group boasting opportunities worth £9bn, how can contractors ensure they win a share? Spending on buildings and facilities by Russell Group universities...
"Nederfrederiksmose Man 1898 (crop)" by Georg Sarauw (1862–1928) - http://www.archaeology.org/online/features/bog/jpegs/neder.jpeg. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons.

Why are the elderly invisible in archaeological contexts?

August 12, 2014 · by Katy Meyers ·  Edited from Bones Don't Lie For the past two months, I have been taking the paper versions...

CIfA comment on the British Academy ‘Reflections on Archaeology’

CIfA has now commented on the publication of the report Reflections on Archaeology, by the British Academy on 29 March and generally welcomes the...

AHI 2017 Discover Heritage Awards are open for nominations

Celebrating the best of all types of interpretation, the AHI 2017 Discover Heritage Awards – for excellence in cultural and natural heritage interpretation in...

New Regional Manager of PCA North named

The Directors of Pre-Construct Archaeology are delighted to announce that the new Regional Manager of the Durham office (PCA North) is Paul G Johnson. He...
plan view 1: A scanned view of the Nikopolis Ampitheatre (Photo credit: www.landmark.com.gr)

Secrets of the past brought into the future

2016 has seen many archaeological discoveries reveal the mysteries behind cultures passed. Just recently a 7,000 year old city was discovered in Egypt, in...