The East of England research framework was developed in the 1990s, published in 2000 and revised in 2011. It was never intended to be a fixed point but rather a dynamic process through which the region’s archaeology can be influenced.
As new discoveries are made and new research priorities established, the framework will be kept live and updated by the historic environment community of the East of England.
Details of key new projects can be found online.
The publication Research and Archaeology Revisited: a revised framework for the East of England edited by Maria Medlycott East Anglian Archaeology Occasional Paper 24 is available in print from Oxbow Books, or free download from eaareports.org.uk as pdf.
Posted on behalf of the Association of Local Government Archaeological Officers (ALGAO East of England) and the editorial board of East Anglian Archaeology.