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New publications

2024 brings two new publications for the project.
Firstly, a short piece in The Conversation:’ How second world war bomb rubble was used to make 135 football pitches in east London’

This is based on the research I have conducted into bomb ruble on Hackney and Leyton Marshes. This was fun to write and was skillfully edited into an engaging piece by Dale Berning Sawa.

Secondly, I was asked to contribute a piece to a Papers from the Institute of Archaeology special issue on the impact of the pandemic on research in archaeology. The piece I submitted is a photo essay on ‘Brick Holidays‘ and my research with Royston Beach in Granton, Edinburgh. entitled: ‘Rubble Archaeology on the North Edinburgh Shoreline: Creative Research in the Time of COVID-19’

This can be read here (open access).

Work on the monograph continues…

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