Events

Research events play an important role in our active research culture. Academic staff from the University and other institutions come together with students to share and debate the latest ideas and developments.

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Archaeology Research Seminar: Medieval Settlement abandonment

Dr Lukas Holata from Exeter is giving a Research Seminar on "Medieval settlement abandonment and transformations of medieval landscape. Full details
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Archaeology Research Seminar: Medieval Settlement abandonment

Dr Lukas Holata from Exeter is giving a Research Seminar on "Medieval settlement abandonment and transformations of medieval landscape. Full details
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30 November 201714:30

Archaeology Research Seminar: Medieval settlement abandonment

Dr Lukas Holata from Exeter is giving a Research Seminar on "Medieval settlement abandonment and transformations of medieval landscape. Full details
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7 December 201718:00

Inaugural lecture by Professor Linda Hurcombe

Professor Linda Hurcombe's Inaugural Lecture explores how experimental archaeology is a powerful research method, an effective educational tool at all levels and an excellent medium for public outreach. Full details
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18 January 201814:30

Archaeology Research Seminar by Dr Martin Pitts of Exeter - Objectscapes and connectivity in the Roman West

Dr Martin Pitts from University of Exeter is giving a Research Seminar of "Objectscapes and connectivity in the Roman West - the case of Marcus Favonius Facilis and the cemetery of Colonia Victricensis (Colchester). Full details
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25 January 201814:30

Archaeology Research Seminar: Hominoid evolutionary thanatology

Professor Paul Pettitt from Durham University is giving a research seminar on "Hominoid evolutionary thanatology - the long-tem development and treatment of the dead from ape to Upper Palaeolithic" - this is being co-organised with the Devon Archaeological Society. Full details
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1 February 2018

Archaeology Research Seminar: The comparative archaeology of the Roman conquest

Professor Manuel Fernandez Gotz from Durham University is giving a Research Seminar on "the comparative archaeology of the Roman conquest: from Caesar to Augustus". Full details
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15 February 201814:30

Archaeology Research Seminar: The lives of Bronze Age stone statues and stelae in Iberia

Dr Marta Diaz Guardamino from Cardiff University is giving a Research Seminar on "The lives of Bronze Age stone statues and stelae in Iberia; preliminary results of recent research". Full details
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22 February 201814:30

Archaeology Research Seminar: The castle landscape of Kabul

Bill Woodburn of the Institution of Royal Engineers, Chatham, is giving a Research Seminar on "The Castle Landscape of Kabul, Afghanistan". Full details
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1 March 201814:30

Archaeology Research Seminar: a bespoke project for study of Roman military presence in NW Iberia

Dr Jose Manuel Costa Garcia of University of Newcastle, together with Joao Fonte from University of Exeter and David Gonzale\ Alvarez from Durham University, are giving a seminar on ROMANARMY.EU - a bespoke project for the study of the Roman military presence in North West Iberia. Full details
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8 March 201815:00

Archaeology Research Seminar: Feeding Anglo-Saxon England

Professor Helena Hamerow from University of Oxford is giving a Research Seminar on Feeding Anglo-Saxon England - the Bioarchaeology of an Agricultural Revolution. This event is co-organised with the Society of Antiquaries of London. PLEASE NOTE THIS STARTS AT 3PM. Full details
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15 March 201814:30

Archaeology Research Seminar: The Ness of Brodgar, Orkney and the appliance of science

Dr Nick Card (Islands and Highlands) is giving a Research Seminar on "The Ness of Brodgar, Orkney and the appliance of science" - co-organised with the Devon Archaeological Society. Full details
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22 March 201814:30

Archaeology Research Seminar: Writing with twisted cords

Dr Sabine Hyland from University of St Andrews is giving a research seminar on "Writing with twisted cords: two newly discovered Khipu epistles" - this event is co-organised with the Centre of the Archaeology of the Americas and the Centre for Latin American Studies. Full details
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