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Introducing the Centre for Applied Archaeology

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Author(s): Dominic Perring

Journal: Archaeology International
ISSN 1463-1725

Volume: 11;
Start page: 19;
Date: 2008;
Original page

Keywords: research centres | archaeological field units | commercial archaeology

ABSTRACT
The Centre for Applied Archaeology (CAA) is a new research centre within the Institute of Archaeology, established in 2006 to develop the work of the Institute’s Field Archaeology Unit, Archaeology South-East (ASE), through the creation of a productive research environment and the building of links with academic staff members of the Institute. In this article the Director of CAA defines “applied archaeology” and describes the aims and work of the Centre.
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