Latest Blog entries

We encourage everyone involved in the CITiZAN project to contribute to our blog. Whether you're on site monitoring, in a library researching, or conducting oral history projects, we want to hear from you! To submit an article please email your regional CITiZAN Community Archaeologist with your text and up to five images.

Reading coastal erosion through coastal wartime concrete

29/09/2022   |   Chris Kolonko

Can archaeologists use coastal wartime concrete to assess and read coastal erosion?

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Searching Sandwich Bay

17/08/2022   |   Lawrence Northall

Digital exhibition revealing the unique archaeology & changing coastal environment of Sandwich Bay, told through local stories.

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A Humber Perspective: Paull

06/06/2022   |   Angus Stephenson

This blog is about Paull in East Yorkshire and is the first of two proposed blogs about the changing shape of the north bank of the Humber.

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Stakeholders! Archaeological volunteering at Sandwich Bay

02/06/2022   |   Alex Wilson

Throwback Thursday! Alex Wilson writes about his experience volunteering with the East Kent Coast Discovery Programme at Sandwich Bay earlier this year, in between globetrotting work as a chef

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Hull's 'Endurance' Connection

31/03/2022   |   Hannah Thompson

The recent discovery of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s doomed vessel 'Endurance' has brought much attention regarding the loss of the ship in November 1915 after being engulfed by ice. Rediscovered in a near perfect state of preservation, this brings a sense of closure to this century old disaster. But what of the crew who abandoned her, and their connection to the port city of Hull?

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