Does archaeology have the wrong brand? One of the things that rather worries me about archaeology is that we are getting the wrong brand image.
Author: Andrew Selkirk
The silly season is upon us, and I hereby proclaim that the award for the silly gimmick of the year must be given to a campaign calling itself History Matters.
The Awards for the Presentation of Heritage Research were a great success this year.
Let us give a great welcome to the archaeological publishing event of the year: the 14th edition of J Collingwood Bruce’s Handbook to the Roman Wall.
The Local Heritage Initiative has been wound up.
Congratulations to Rescue News on reaching its 100th issue.
In a fascinating article by Eamon Hedderman on Church and State in the Republic of Ireland, we learn that Article 44 of the Irish Constitution guarantees ‘the rights of every denomination to manage its own affairs’.
A corner devoted to the champions of political correctness
On 14th December I was off to Rugby to celebrate the opening of the Jack Lucas Gallery at Rugby Museum.
A new Ancient Monuments Act will apparently shortly be published, but already main outlines are beginning to emerge. There will be three core proposals.