The Tuesday Lunchtime Lectures Series 10 February Dr

The Tuesday Lunchtime Lectures Series 10 February Dr

The Tuesday Lunchtime Lectures
Series
10
February

Dr Antonio
Rotolo2015
Medieval Landscapes in the Trapani
Spring
Universitt Konstanz
Mountains

17
February

Dr Hector Orengo

24
February

Dr Paul Garwood

3 March

Prof Alasdair Whittle

The University of Sheffield

University of Birmingham

Cardiff University

17 March

Dr Alexandra Ion
Universitatea din Bucuresti

14 April

Prof Chrysanthi
Gallou

Network archaeology: connecting
landscapes from Thessaly to Roman
Britain
Stonehenge Unveiled: the Stonehenge
Hidden Landscapes Project

The times of their lives: timescales for
the European Neolithic

Collecting human bodies: early 20th
century (physical) anthropological
knowledge as a culture of
visualisation. The case of the Francisc
I. Rainer collection.
Tombs and funerary ritual in Laconia

The University of
Nottingham

21 April

Prof Martin Carver
The University of York

28 April

Prof William Bowden
The University of
Nottingham

*30 April
Thursday

Dr Richard Thorburn
Howard Cuttler

Portmahomack: changing ideologies in
north east Scotland 6th-16th century

The Iceni under Rome: recent research
at Venta Icenorum

Title TBA

University of Birmingham
5 May, 12
May,
and 19 May

PGR Student
Presentations

Speakers TBD

26 May

Dr Gill Chitty

Adopting Archaeology: communities,
place and stewardship

The University of York

2 June

Ms Kori FilipekOgden

Title TBA

Durham University

9 June

Dr Andrew Petersen
University of Wales
Trinity Saint David

Title TBA

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