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Thursday, 17 September 2015

Conflict Archaeology in Wales and the Wider World - 20 November 2015

Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and WelCAAP
Welsh Conflict Archaeology Advisory Panel

National Library of Wales (Council Chamber)
20 November 2015 

Delegate Cost: £15.00 (includes tea and coffee).
Lunch ordered at time of booking: £8, or bring your own.

The Welsh Conflict Archaeology Panel (WelCAAP) is organising a one day seminar in partnership with the CIfA Cymru / Wales Group introducing the concepts, themes and current projects concerned with conflict archaeology in Wales and the wider world.

Originating in the Cadw C20th Military sites Working Group and with representatives from Cadw, the Royal Commission, the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts, Historic England, the Defence Infrastructure Organisation and other agencies and national bodies. WelCAAP exists to raise the profile of recent conflict archaeology in Wales and the impacts on the communities and landscapes of Wales. as well as to disseminate best practice pertaining to the identification, research, protection, conservation, interpretation and presentation of eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth century conflict sites across the historic environment in Wales.

This one-day seminar will introduce delegates to current UK (and wider) research themes, projects and management issues, and will feature papers on a range of topics including military field archaeology, First World War themes, the Home Front in Wales, aviation archaeology and community archaeology. Offers of exhibitions are welcome. 

For further information please contact:
Toby Driver, +44 (0)1970 621207 or
John Latham +44 (0)7774 877834.

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