Climate change, heritage and identity

A recent article co-authored with colleagues from the University of East Anglia, Kenyatta University and Ohio University addresses the threat posed by climate change to cultural heritage in Africa, and links this issue with climate justice. Africa is home to some of humanity’s most important and spectacular cultural heritage – from archaeological sites across the […]

Update on training courses

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic we have suspended our physical training events and are considering moving to an online model. This would likely involve training sessions via Zoom or some other suitable platform (suggestions welcome!) spread over a number of weeks, with larger groups of participants and lower registration costs than previously. The […]