Organising a Conference, or: How to act like a swan!

By Mareike Ahlers (Archaeology PhD) Graciously gliding across the water, swans have the uncanny ability to present a serene picture of themselves to the world above the water. Underneath the water, however, their feet are paddling frantically to keep them afloat. This sounds very much like organising a conference. On the 20/21st November 2015, my Read more about Organising a Conference, or: How to act like a swan![…]

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[…]

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[…]