The current issue of Archaeology Ireland carries an article by Christine Baker entitled ‘Digging Through the Downturn’, which offers suggestions and solicits opinions on the future of archaeology in Ireland in the current economic climate. Aside from her own contribution, Christine has included the thoughts of a number of archaeological professionals, including Rubicon Heritage Services Managing Director Colm Moloney. Christine has provided a copy of the article which can be accessed by clicking the link below.
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