Over the course of your PhD, you'll have plenty of opportunities to communicate your work and network with other researchers, including:
- presenting a seminar
- speaking at conferences and workshops
- visiting or hosting researchers from external organisations.
Our annual School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science PGR Conference, co-organised by archaeology postgraduate researchers, brings together researchers from a range of related disciplines. Here, you'll have the opportunity to present and discuss your research with your peers.
The Department of Archaeology holds a regular research seminar series attended by external speakers, and internal "work in progress" seminars. PhD students and staff also organise regular reading groups to discuss current papers.
There are also more informal opportunities to present your work, including our "Research Hour" – regular lunchtime seminars and workshops that bring our community together.