The CLUTHA Archaeology Project is a collaborative archaeological research and practice initiative delivered by Northlight Heritage and the University of Glasgow.
Emerging out of the Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership (CAVLP) the CLUTHA Archaeology Project (CAP) focuses on the archaeology of the first millennia BC/AD around the River Clyde and its tributaries, from its source in the Southern Uplands through Clydesdale and out to the sea.
The site which will form the focus for the 2018 season will be a cropmark enclosure at Draffan, Blackwood, South Lanarkshire.
At the heart of the project is a desire to explore and transform the ways in which archaeological practice takes place, especially in relation to interpretation and the ways in which students can contribute to the archaeological record.
By signing up you will be learning archaeological excavation and recording techniques, interpretation skills and digital heritage skills, as well as learning how to work with community groups to help others learn about the past.
If you are a student at a university or other higher education establishment and would like to join the project please contact Northlight Heritage for details. +44 (0)141 2714746
firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for application 13th July 2018.
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