I received an email a while back and completely forgot to mention this: Schlanger, N., and Aitchison, K. (eds) (2010), Archaeology and the Global Economic Crisis. Tervuren: Culture Lab Éditions. http://ace-archaeology.eu/fichiers/25Archaeology-and-the-crisis.pdf Note, i.a., chapters 4 (by Kenneth Aitchison, with annex 1 at end of volume) and 5 (by Anthony Sinclair) on the prospects for archaeology… Continue reading Archaeology in Crisis?
So for those of you who were wondering what had happened to the Heritage Protect Bill, I can happily say that it is still getting support in the Common. However, the support does seem to be a lot of very cross old men using it to have a go at the Secretary for Culture, Media… Continue reading Heritage Protection Bill – update
Well, the credit-crunch has taken its toll and the Queen's Speech (December 3rd) was full of socio-economic matters. As rumours in the previous two weeks had suggested, the Heritage Protection Bill paid the price. The Heritage Protection Bill (HPB) is intended to set out "the legislative framework for a unified and simpler heritage protection system… Continue reading Heritage Protect Bill Delayed