Issue No.19 - December 2011

Issue no.19 cover
First issued: December 2011Number of articles: 7
So, as 2011 comes to a close it is time to reflect on the archaeological year gone by. During the last twelve months archaeology has come under fire from a n...
Dissertation Woes?
Year 2 students, stuck for a dissertation idea? Have an idea but not sure how to put it into practice? Below, four Year 3 students briefly outline their dissert...
A Brief History of Great War Archaeology on the Western Front
The Great War of 1914-1918 was a time of major upheaval and change throughout Europe and the world. The four year conflict left millions dead and changed parts ...
Mysteries of the Deep?  Pleistocene Archaeology and the Underwater Record
Of all the modules I have studied at King's Manor, perhaps my favourite has been Geoff Bailey's Prehistoric Coastlines. This is a summary, as best I can manage,...
My Ideal Archaeological Christmas Present...
Ever wondered what to buy the archaeologist in your life at Christmas time? Well wonder no more! In this fun article, staff and post graduate students of the Un...
Theory 101
## So many *isms*, so little time... In the last issue, we looked at the rise of Archaeological Theory (AT) and what it meant to the profession, today we sha...
Competition Winner
Thanks to everybody who entered the Alice Roberts signed book competition in Issue 18, I can reveal that the winner is... Sam Briscoe Sam has been informed an...

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