Stour Valley Community Archaeology was formed thanks to the efforts of ACA. Have a listen to Carenza’s recent lecture here.
Hear about the pioneering archaeological outreach work brought to members of the public by the University of Cambridge’s Division of Archaeology, including Dr Carenza Lewis talking about ten years of Access Cambridge Archaeology (ACA).
Dr Jody Joy of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology begins with a summary of the museum’s public events and outreach activities bringing people into the university before ACA’s Director, Dr Carenza Lewis, talks about her decade-long work to enhance people’s educational, economic and social well-being through active participation in archaeology outside the university. Carenza’s talk starts at 7:56 in the recording.
Photos of the lecture and of the reception afterwards taken by ACA’s archaeological supervisor, Catherine Ranson, can be…
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