Cecilia Levratto Francese
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Cecilia Levratto FranceseIn this blog, MOLA Archivist Cecilia Levratto Francese shares why we should avoid thinking about gender in a binary way when we interpret burial evidence from the 5th – 7th centuries…
29.06.2020Here at MOLA we want our employees to feel they can work safely in an inclusive environment that is free from discrimination. As part of Pride Month 2020, our Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity Lead, Magnus Copps, talks to our Developer Services team about their experiences of addressing discrimination on site and looks at some of the initiatives in archaeology and construction that are coming together to empower people to speak out.
Dr Sadie Watson
08.06.2020Dr Kate Faccia has joined the 'Archaeology and Public Benefit' project team, and will be focusing on the widespread public consultation planned as part of this UKRI-funded project.
CITiZAN project awarded Natural Environment Research Council funding to combat coastal erosion in Essex
05.06.2020We are delighted to announce that CITiZAN project (the Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network) has been awarded funds by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to diversify our efforts to record coastal archaeology.
04.06.2020Under lockdown, many have taken to their kitchens to channel their energy into trying new and foods and recipes, investing in new kitchen kit. In this blog, we show that culinary trends across time and space are nothing new, and look at why the Roman residents of the Lower Nene Valley appear to have been quite so keen on cheese.