Sunday 13th July 2008
To be held at The Royal Logistic Corps Museum , The Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut, Camberley, Surrey , GU16 6RW .
Telephone 01252 833371
Tickets £20.00, including refreshments and buffet lunch.
Reductions for students and Museum Friends.
Email information – firstname.lastname@example.org
10.00 – 10.30 Arrive a RLC Museum for morning coffee and brief
introduction. Visitors are welcome to view the museum galleries prior to start of the conference.
10.30 – 11.20 War Without a Front: The Archaeology of
Lawrence of Arabia’s War. Dr. Neil Faulkner. Institute of Archaeology
11.30 – 12.20 The Taphonomy of Execution and Ambush Sites in
The Balkan War. Dr. Tal Simmons. UCLAN
12.30 – 1.20 Ramses II and the Battle of Kadesh.
Dr. Andrew Shortland. Centre for Archaeological and Forensic Analysis, Cranfield University
2.30 – 3.20 Edgehill – The Archaeology of an early- Modern
Battle . Glenn Foard. The Battlefields Trust
3.20 – 4.10 Between the Lines on Stop Line Central – A
militarised civilian landscape in south east London .
Andy Brockman, University of Southampton
4.30 – 5.20 “..We shall certainly change the geography.” –
soldiers, civilians and the archaeology of The Battle
of Messiness. Martin Brown and Richard Osgood. Ministry of Defence