Dr Carenza Lewis was recently invited to contribute an article to a McDonald Institute monograph, and ‘The Power of Pits: Archaeology, Outreach and Research in Living Landscapes’ is now available to download on the ACA website.
The article features in a monograph called ‘Living in the Landscape: essays in honour of Graeme Barker’ and has just been published by the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research to mark the retirement of Graeme Barker from the Disney Professorship of Archaeology at the University of Cambridge.
‘The Power of Pits: Archaeology, Outreach and Research in Living Landscapes’ by Dr Carenza Lewis is available to view here. You can also read copies of her annual submission to the Medieval Settlement Research Group about the results of the archaeological test pit excavations conducted by ACA in Currently Occupied Rural Settlements on the website here.
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