AMPAH 2016

The Annual Meeting for Postgraduates in Ancient History will take place here at Newcastle University on Saturday 19th March 2016. Call for Papers ‘Messages and Media’ The world is full of messages. From text to images to sounds, messages dominate society, past and present. How can we explore this phenomenon in and through ancient history? Read more about AMPAH 2016[…]

Events Newsletter, week 25.10.15

This week’s newsletter is up, folks – to see it in .pdf form, ! If you would like to promote an event, please get in touch (m.ahlers1@ncl.ac.uk). Research Seminars Archaeology: Roman Archaeology Research Seminar Tuesday 27th October, 6-7pm, Armstrong Building, Room 1.05 Jane Webster (Newcastle): ‘A dirty window on the Iron Age’? Recent developments in the Read more about Events Newsletter, week 25.10.15[…]

Events Newsletter, week 19.10.15

Here is the first of our weekly events-newsletters. If you would like to promote an event through our newsletter please get in touch with me (m.ahlers1@ncl.ac.uk).   PGF Lunchtime Seminar Wednesday 21st October, 1-2pm, Armstrong Building, Room 2.50 Xu Hong (UCD): ‘Did Philip intend to invade Italy: A case study of the application of the Read more about Events Newsletter, week 19.10.15[…]

PGF Seminar – Wednesday 21st October 1pm

We are delighted to announce our first PGF seminar will be given by Xu Hong from UCD. Wednesday 21st October in room 2.50 (Armstrong Building, next to the reading room) at 1pm. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available as always – please come along and support our first postgraduate guest speaker. Xu Hong – Read more about PGF Seminar – Wednesday 21st October 1pm[…]

Just a minute with… Dr James Gerrard

Dr James Gerrard is a lecturer in Roman archaeology here at Newcastle, he studied at Sheffield for his BA in Archaeology and Prehistory, before completing his MA (in Archaeological Research) and PhD (Pottery and the end of Roman Britain: the view from south-western Britain) at York. Check out his project blog: https://blogs.ncl.ac.uk/luftonarchaeology/ After a busy Read more about Just a minute with… Dr James Gerrard[…]

Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Research Student Symposium – confirmed speakers

We have now confirmed our list of speakers for the 2nd NEBARSS conference, to be held here at Newcastle University in November in the historic Armstrong Building. The full list can be seen below, or can be downloaded in PDF form here. Dr Chris Fowler will give a keynote lecture on Friday 20th of November, Read more about Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Research Student Symposium – confirmed speakers[…]