Journal articles

2011 ‘Education is a central issue for all archaeologists’, British Archaeology 119: 64-65
2010 ‘An anti-Pagan edict brings Britons and Saxons together’, BBC History Magazine 11 (10), October 2010:
2010 ‘Chronicle: a glimpse of TV heaven’, Viewfinder
2009 ‘In my view: the true end of archaeology?’, Primary History 51: 7-8
2008 ‘Putting people in their place: the link between citizenship and heritage’, Journal of Education in Museums 29: 28-36
2008 ‘History and archaeology at 14-18’, Research in Archaeology Education 1
2008 ‘Schools and further education: engaging with the historic environment’, The Archaeologist 67: 39-40
2007 ‘Don Henson considers archaeology and education’, British Archaeology 93: 64-65
2006 ‘Training the volunteers’, Conservation Bulletin 53: 34-35
2005 ‘History and archaeology for all’, House Magazine
2005 ‘Teaching our common humanity’, Opinion piece in British Archaeology 82: 44
2005 ‘Curriculum choice at 14+: who decides?’, The Historian 84: 44-45
2004 ‘Questions you have always wanted to ask about … history and archaeology’, Primary History 36: 23-24
2001 ‘People and place’, History Today Dec: 38-39
2000 ‘Archaeology in higher education’, The Archaeologist 37: 19-20
2000 ‘Teaching the past in the United Kingdom’s schools’, Antiquity 74: 137-141
1998 ‘Archaeology’, U3A sources, education bulletin 1
1998 ‘Reaching out to the future’, IFA Yearbook 1998: 33-35
1995 ‘Urns: bronze age people and their last resting place’, Young Archaeologist 86, 10
1993 ‘Community education: the evening class experience’, JEM 14, 1-2 (with M Hall & P Judkins)
1993 ‘Museum education, a museum or a teaching profession?’, GEM News 49, 11-12
1991 ‘Don’t underestimate education’, Museums Journal 1991: 52
1991 ‘Wakefield: a very peculiar practice’, GEM Newsletter 41, 28-31
1990 ‘Museums and Art Galleries’, Not on your agenda 23, 14 (City of Wakefield Information Service)
1985 ‘Where have all the quarries gone?’, CBA Forum 1985, 6-8
1985 ‘The flint resources of Yorkshire and the East Midlands’, Lithics 6: 2-10

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