Research Ethics

Any research undertaken by Institute of Archaeology staff or students should be designed and conducted in an ethical way and be compliant with existing Institute and UCL policy as well as UK law and international law, where relevant. Issues to consider include how your research data is funded, sourced, analysed and disseminated.

Institute policies and guidelines

The Institute of Archaeology takes research ethics very seriously and has produced the following guidelines for Institute staff and students to adhere to:

Any enquiries may be directed to the Chair of the Institute's Ethics Committee (currently Rachael Sparks)

UCL policies

The legal position

Ethical training

Anyone who wishes further advice on ethical matters should contact the Chair of the Institute of Archaeology’s Ethics Committee, currently Rachael Sparks.

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