Thursday, June 11, 2009
The National Environment Research Council of the UK used to publish a Science-Based Archaeology Newsletter. I have some old issues on my bookshelf. The NERC web pages still includes Science-based archaeology, although my casual perusal of the site doesn't easily reveal the scope of this endeavor. Sebastian Payne used to be the co-ordinator for the Science-Based Archaeology Newsletter, and he still writes columns for British Archaeology, which you can search for at the website of that magazine. See, for example, his recent article on forensic archaeology.