Archaeology research seminars
Seminars are held on Thursdays at 4.15pm, in the Sorby Room, Wager Building, except where stated.
Archaeology Research Seminar Series:
Thurs 12 January Prof Natalie Munro (University of Connecticut)
"The emergence of animal management in the southern Levant"
Thurs 19 January Claire Ratican (University of Cambridge)
"A Bronze Age bridge to Viking identity? A different approach to multiple burials across Viking Age Scandinavia and the Insular world"
Monday 23 January Dr Rozhen Mohammed-Amin (Sulaimani Polytechnic University)
"Augmented Reality (AR) and cultural heritage: revealing the iceberg"
Please note this takes place at 4pm in Palmer 103
Thurs 26 January Dr Stacey Pierson (SOAS, University of London)
"Export or exported: the global circulation of Chinese porcelain"
Thurs 2 February Dr Rhi Smith (University of Reading)
"Monks, myths and multi-vocality: interpreting the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey"
Thurs 9 February Dr Andrew Fitzpatrick (University of Leicester)
"In search of Caesar: the archaeology of Julius Caesar's invasions of Britain"
Thurs 16 February Prof Matthew Collins (University of York)
"Animals in the archives, parchment as a zooarchaeological resource"
Thurs 23 February Prof Greger Larson (University of Oxford)
"Evolution, domestication, humans and sex"
Thurs 2 March Helen Glass (HS2 Ltd)
"People, time, place: Approaches to the historic environment on HS2"
Thurs 9 March Prof Sam Turner (Newcastle University)
"Naxos in the Byzantine Aegean: discovering an early medieval landscape"
Thurs 23 March Dr Jessica Barker (The Courtauld Institute of Art)
"Sight, sound and the body in late-medieval tomb sculpture"
For further information, contact Dr Aleks Pluskowski firstname.lastname@example.org