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Journal of Conflict Archaeology

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  1. GRW

    GRW Pillboxologist WW2|ORG Editor

    Oct 26, 2003
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    Stirling, Scotland
    "Founded and edited by Tony Pollard and Iain Banks, the Journal of Conflict Archaeology first made an appearance in the autumn of 2005 and is an English-language journal devoted to battlefield and military archaeology and other spheres of conflict archaeology, covering all periods with a worldwide scope. Additional fields of interest will include the archaeology of industrial and popular protest, contested landscapes and monuments, nationalism and colonialism, class conflict, the origins of conflict, forensic applications in war-zones and human rights cases etc. Themed issues will carry papers on current research, subject and period overviews, fieldwork and excavation reports - interim and final reports, artefact studies, scientific applications, technique evaluations, conference summaries and book reviews. To date three journals have been published based on themes ranging from prehistoric warfare (Volume 2) and to the archaeology of the First World War (Volume 3).

    Volume 7, number two now available-

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