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Research News Issue 21

This is the magazine version of Research News. It reports on projects being undertaken to support the National Heritage Protection Plan, whether commissioned from, or jointly funded with, external partners or undertaken directly by our own expert staff.

Contents

  • Why do economists think heritage is worth protecting?
  • Shared services: assessing the phenomenon
  • Developing the next generation of research frameworks
  • COSMIC 3 – grappling with a 140-year-old conservation problem
  • The Viking-age cemetery at Cumwhitton, Cumbria
  • Chasing aeroplanes
  • The baby burials at Yewden Roman Villa
  • The Stephenson legacy: assessing the heritage of the Midland Main Line
  • England’s earliest surviving open-air school
  • Unlocking the past: Her Majesty’s Prison Northallerton
  • English Heritage Publishing
  • New research publications from English Heritage
  • Research Report Series
  • Keeping up to date

Additional Information

  • Series: Research News/Historic England Research
  • Publication Status: Completed
  • Product Code: 51931
  • ISSN: 2055-2718

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