From 12 through 15 March 2014 conflict archaeologists and preservationists met in Columbia, South Carolina, to present 54 papers and 14 posters at the 8th Biennial Fields of Conflict Conference. In conjunction with the conference, a workshop was held on the preservation of battlefields across the globe entitled “Call to Action: National Park Service American Battlefield Protection Program Battlefield Preservation Workshop.” The 33 papers in this volume are extended abstracts of those papers presented in a popular format. The goal of this volume is to make conflict archaeology assessable to the public and raise the awareness of the critical importance of battlefield preservation.
Published in 2016.
© 2016, University of South Carolina--South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Smith, S. (2016). Preserving Fields of Conflict: Papers from the 2014 Fields of Conflict Conference and Preservation Workshop. University of South Carolina--South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.