Recognising the role of archaeology in understanding the present is essential for sustainably managing change.
Through the Centre for Conservation Studies, we're leading research into conserving built cultural heritage and understanding how people take action to care for their heritage.
We are ensuring that changes we make to heritage places now are resilient, serve the needs of people today and in the future, and respect the original intentions of their creators.
- Gill Chitty (Senior Lecturer in Conservation Studies)
- Louise Cooke (Lecturer in Conservation)
- Gareth Dean (Associate Lecturer in Conservation)
- Harald Fredheim (Associate Lecturer in Cultural Heritage Management)
- Matt Jenkins (Associate Lecturer in Buildings Archaeology)
- John Schofield (Professor of Archaeology)
- Dav Smith (Associate Lecturer in Buildings Archaeology)
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