Institute of Archaeology

Archaeologies of Modern Conflict

This course will introduce students to archaeological, anthropological and museological approaches to violent conflict in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.  The principal focus will be on contested representations and memories of modern conflict, and the impact and value of archaeological research in conflict and post-conflict environments.  The course will focus on theoretical and methodological approaches, while drawing on a wide range of relevant materials and case studies from around the world.

Course information

For registered students


  • Running in 2017-18

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