AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractIntroducing the second volume of the Offa’s Dyke Journal (ODJ), this five-part article sets the scene by reviewing: (i) key recent research augmenting last year’s Introduction (Williams and Delaney 2019); (ii) the key activities of the Offa’s Dyke Collaboratory in 2020; (iii) the political mobilisation of Offa’s Dyke in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns; (iv) the ramifications of accelerated efforts to decolonise the British countryside on both archaeological research and heritage interpretation on linear monuments; and (v) a review of the contents of volume 2. Together, this introduction presents the context and significance of ODJ volume 2 for both research on the Welsh Marches and broader investigations of frontiers and borderlands.
CitationWilliams, H. (2020). Collaboratory, coronavirus and the colonial countryside. Offa’s Dyke Journal 2, 1–28. http://dx.doi.org/10.23914/odj.v2i0.283
JournalOffa's Dyke Journal
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