Towards a Research Agenda for Welsh Archaeology: Proceedings of the IFA Wales/Cymru Conference, Aberystwyth 2001

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Archaeopress, 2003 - Social Science - 224 pages
Some people have been calling for a national strategy for Welsh archaeology for some time now and it seems that the meeting from which this volume derives has already had a positive effect to that end. These 24 papers that form the Proceedings of the IFA Wales/Cymru Conference, held at Aberystwyth in 2001, reflect the `open forum' debates on issues of research strategies and policy, as well as presenting thematic papers on particular periods and/or approaches to Welsh archaeology. The overall aim is to bring together commercial, curatorial, academic and amateur interests and encourage co-operation and consultation between all parties.

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Research Agenda Policy Strategy and Future Organisation 1 Foreword View from the Chair Kate Geary
research frameworks and the historic environment Geoffrey J Wainwright
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