In the mid 1990s the Plymouth City Archaeologist commissioned a report which he thought would be a research agenda for Maritime Archaeology in Plymouth, in order to prioritise the limited funding available.
Unfortunately that is not what was delivered and the maritime archaeological research work carried out since then has suffered from a lack of focus because of it. Degree and masters students within the School of Marine Science and Engineering have carried out various projects over the years which, to an extent, show what can be achieved using limited resources over a period of time.
This talk, given by Martin Read who lectures in Maritime Archaeology, will illustrate how student projects can help to fulfil a research agenda and look at how they could fit in with strategic research objectives.
Start time: 7pm.
All are welcome to attend this talk. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.