Stark Relief: The Future of Stone Surface Recording

This type of image is being increasingly used in the heritage field as a method of non-invasive recording of surface marks such as fragile...

Citizen archaeologists wanted to help rediscover the British Bronze Age

Jennifer Wexler, Bronze Age Index Manager, MicroPasts Project, Daniel Pett, ICT Advisor, Portable Antiquities Scheme, and Neil Wilkin, Curator of European Bronze Age collections,...

Heritage Jam 2014 – a gallery of talent

The goal of The Heritage Jam is and was an initiative to bring people together to design and create forward-thinking pieces of heritage visualisation. The...

Antonine Wall

Unlike its stone-built southern neighbour, Hadrian’s Wall, the rampart of the Antonine Wall was constructed mostly out of layers of turf and reached a...

Dig Greater Manchester 2015

  The project aims to raise awareness of the past at a local community level and is providing local communities access to their own heritage...

e-Learning course on CIfA website

CIfA's e-learning portal provides online learning courses to help develop your knowledge and understanding regarding heritage and the historic environment. Of course, you must be...

Organic Residue Analysis and Pottery Production Sites Training Session in York

On Thursday 23 March Ashley Tuck and Jess Tibber from the Wessex Archaeology Sheffield Office attended a Historic England Heritage Practice programme addressing Organic Residue...

Day courses in Kent

Canterbury Archaeological Trust's Archaeology Courses will run into the new year. Four new courses have joined some highly popular favourites on the new programme. Some excellent day courses...

German Archaeology Skills Passport / Archäologischer Kompetenz-Pass available soon

With kind permission by David Connolly, BAJR’s Archaeology Skills Passport (http://www.archaeologyskills.co.uk/) has recently been translated into German and will be launched in both Austria...
"Swamp TV" by James Good is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Archaeologies of Media and Film

3-5 September 2014 University of Bradford and the National Media Museum The conference is organised and supported by the University of Bradford, the National Media Museum...