31 Jul 2012
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This conference brings together experts from around the world from archaeology, development and economics to discuss the increasing involvement of archaeologists in economic development at the locations in which they work. A large part of the conference covers technical and practical matters, ethics, and methods for managing archaeological and heritage projects as they are encountered by archaeologists in the field seeking to use archaeology to advance local economic conditions. The conference runs on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 September 2012 at the Institute of Archaeology at University College, London.  Registration costs £60 with reductions for students. General information here and detailed programme here

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