Centre for Applied Archaeology
The Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA) is a research and support division within the Institute of Archaeology at UCL involved with archaeological work in over 87 countries. Our aims are to:
- encourage research and innovation in professional archaeological practice, building links between commercial practice, academic research, and local communities.
- offer professional advice, support and training in cultural resource management, archaeology, conservation, interpretation and project management.
CAA Seminar Series Programme 2014-15
The value of commercial archaeology
- 17 October 2014: Contract archaeology and academic research
- 7 November 2014: New technologies and archaeological practice
- 21 November 2014: Working with communities in commercial archaeology
- 5 December 2014: Impact: making a difference
- 19 December 2014: Communicating the results of work in developer-funded archaeology
- 23 January 2015: Not just commercial archaeology: what are the alternative models?
- 6 February 2015: Training, skills and employment: teaching and learning in contract archaeology
Archaeology South-East (ASE) is the contracts division of the Centre for Applied Archaeology and the Institute of Archaeology, UCL. It offers services in all areas of archaeological practice.
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