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The Thames Discovery Programme: Public Engagement and Research on London’s Foreshore

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Nathalie Cohen ,

Thames Discovery Programme, c/o UCL Institute of Archaeology., GB
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Gustav Milne,

Thames Discovery Programme, c/o UCL Institute of Archaeology., GB
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Eliott Wagg

Thames Discovery Programme, c/o UCL Institute of Archaeology., GB
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Abstract

The Thames Discovery Programme (TDP) – a community archaeology project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (from 2008–2011) and now hosted by Museum of London Archaeology – has maintained close links with UCL throughout the lifetime of the project.  This continues the association established by our predecessor project, the Thames Archaeological Survey (Milne et al., 1997: 130–146), which was directed by Gustav Milne (from 1995–1999) and encouraged participation by UCL Institute of Archaeology students in foreshore fieldwork and research.  This paper summarises initiatives undertaken by the TDP, with the support of UCL’s Public Engagement Unit, and further research by Institute students.
How to Cite: Cohen, N., Milne, G. and Wagg, E., 2012. The Thames Discovery Programme: Public Engagement and Research on London’s Foreshore. Archaeology International, 15, pp.99–106. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.1506
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