Five Tips for… Organising a Conference

One. Create a timetable One of the best things we did in the lead up to the conference was create a to-do list and a timetable for completion. This really helped us to stay on track, and made sure we didn’t forget anything. There are a lot of things to keep in mind when organising Read more about Five Tips for… Organising a Conference[…]

Just a Minute with… Lauren Emslie

Lauren Emslie, 2nd year PhD student in classics, studying religion and theology in the late Roman republic. She is also currently chair of the PGF and organising AMPAH 2016. She has a self-defined “slight social-media aversion” (although likes meeting people in person!), so it took a while, but we finally got her to sit down Read more about Just a Minute with… Lauren Emslie[…]

And on that bombshell…

by Andrew Marriott (2nd year Archaeology PhD). It’s difficult to proceed down PhD’s journey (what else is life these days?) without being reminded that the 21st-century scholar must make an impact. With my research, the North East’s First World War Trench Art, I should have something of a head-start. After all, there can be few Read more about And on that bombshell…[…]

Events Newsletter, week 16.11.15

Here is this week’s newsletter.  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 17th November, 6-7:30pm, Armstrong Building, Room 1.06 Nick Hodgson (Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums): ‘WallQuest Community Archaeology and the discovery of the fort baths at Wallsend (Segedunum)’ Classics Read more about Events Newsletter, week 16.11.15[…]

Northern Bridge Autumn School – October 2015

A number of our AHRC funded PhD students attended the Northern Bridge Autumn School, hosted by Queens University Belfast. We set off from Newcastle Airport with the weather forecast to rain, rain, rain, with a little more rain scheduled for Belfast for the next few days. We were pleasantly surprised to land in a slightly Read more about Northern Bridge Autumn School – October 2015[…]

Events Newsletter, week 9.11.15

This week’s newsletter, once again!  If you would like to promote an event, please get in touch (m.ahlers1@ncl.ac.uk). Research Seminars Archaeology: Archaeology Research Seminar Tuesday 12th November, 6-7pm, Armstrong Building, Room 1.05 Paddy Gleeson (Newcastle): ‘Building kingdoms and ruling landscapes: practices of kingship in the Atlantic World’. Further School Events Field trip organised by Dr Susanna Phillippo Read more about Events Newsletter, week 9.11.15[…]

Just a Minute with… Lucy Cummings

Lucy Cummings, our very own Seminar Series Co-Ordinator, is a 2nd year archaeology PhD student studying the henge monuments of the British Isles. Newcastle University ‘lifer’ so far – BA, MA and now PhD here in the department. Currently organising the 2nd NEBARSS conference (https://nebarss.wordpress.com).  Occasionally uses twitter, follow her if you don’t mind archaeology/football Read more about Just a Minute with… Lucy Cummings[…]