Launch of the latest issues of Archaeology International and Artifact Magazine
11 December 2012
The latest issue of Archaeology International, showcasing the Institute's diverse research, teaching and public engagement activities, is now available.
Archaeology International Issue 15 (2011-12) highlights the Institute's fieldwork presence across the globe and includes a number of research articles by Institute staff and alumni:
- Cultural Evolution of Neolithic Europe by Stephen Shennan
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Photography: Exploring the Medieval City of Merv, on the Silk Roads of Central Asia by Tim Williams
- The Origins of the Acheulean at Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania): A New Paleoanthropological Project in East Africa by Ignacio de la Torre, Lindsay McHenry, Jackson Njau and Michael Pante
- The Thames Discovery Programme: Public Engagement and Research on London’s Foreshore by Nathalie Cohen, Gustav Milne and Eliott Wragg
- Swords, Settlement and Sacred Places: The Archaeology of Brisley Farm, Ashford, Kent by Jim Stevenson
The issue also includes shorter news items, a 'Bookshelf' feature of recent publications, a section on alumni reflections as well as a selection of photographs 'From the Archives'.
Archaeology International is now available online as well as in print (Issue 15 will be available online shortly). Any enquiries about the publication may be directed to James Graham-Campbell (Editor).
The launch of both publications will be marked by a special reception for staff and students at the Institute of Archaeology this evening.