The Centre for Battlefield Archaeology
The Centre for Battlefield Archaeology was established in April 2006. The Centre is the first facility of its kind and has earned a reputation as an international centre of excellence for the burgeoning study of the archaeology of battlefields and other archaeological manifestations of human conflict.
Members of the Centre for Battlefield Archaeology include some of the most experienced conflict archaeologists in the UK and as an internationally respected team consistently engage in high profile fieldwork and research projects covering a wide geographical area and chronological span. The scope of research includes battlefields, memorialisation, military infrastructure, cultural resource management, etc.
The Centre also produces the Journal of Conflict Archaeology which features papers on all aspects of conflict, from the battlefield to the squatter's camp.
For further information on the Centre for Battlefield Archaeology please contact the Centre's general email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 2000 the Centre for Battlefield Archaeology have carried out a number of projects on battlefields and other sites of conflict in the United Kingdom and overseas, including France, Belgium, Libya, South Africa and South America