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Conflict Archaeology is a rapidly developing sub-discipline within the traditional field of archaeology that has emerged in the last few years. It is characterised by an interdisciplinary archaeological and anthropological approach and, typically, investigates 20th-century conflict. Importantly, it involves an interpretation which considers the experience of living through conflict, and how this shapes the archaeological record in specific ways. In addition to the study of the archaeological record, Conflict Archaeology examines the legacy of war as understood and explored through heritage and material culture. It is much more than the excavation of old battlefields!

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Fees & bursaries

Fees

The course fee includes access to the course on our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), personal feedback on your work from an expert tutor, a Certification of Participation (if you complete work and take part in discussions), and access to the class resources for two years after your course finishes.

VAT does not apply to course fees and there is no service charge.

Bursaries

The Cambridge University Press (CUP) Bursary Fund offers a bursary of 50% of the course fee to applicants who teach in a UK state school or state-funded further education institution, applying to study a day school, weekend course or online course.

Course dates

19 Oct 2020 to 06 Dec 2020

Course duration

7 Weeks. This course is completed entirely online

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19 Oct 2020

Course fee

£275

Venue

Qualifications / Credits

Non-accredited

Course code

2021NOE021