HERA Spotlight: Managing a Successful HERA Project: the ENTRANS Experience

Posted: 15 February, 2017

After a packed three years, the ENTRANS (Encounters and Transformations in Iron Age Europe) Project came to an end last November. HERA-funding had given us the chance to develop a major collaborative project on European Iron Age archaeology that fed directly into the themes of the ‘Cultural Encounters’ Joint Research programme. At the JRP Closing Conference in Prague last October, I was asked to share some of our experiences on a panel on ‘Managing a Successful HERA Project’. This was good opportunity to reflect on how we had brought such a large and diverse group of researchers together and to share some of what we’d learned.



More: Archaeology, Project Management, Transnational Research

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