‘Individuals and Communities’
20th May 2016
Room 2.22, Research Beehive, Newcastle University
|9.00 – 9.15||Tea and Coffee|
Chair: Lauren Emslie
|9.15 – 9:45|| George Scratcherd (University of Oxford)
The four horsemen of the AME Church: ‘Great Men’ and the challenges of black church historiography.
|9.45 – 10.15||James Mullen (Newcastle University)
God, King, and the Land: The relationship between Neo-Assyrian Kings, their subjects and the God Aššur.
|10.15 – 10.45||David Astbury (Newcastle University)
Can path creation theory restore the agency of individuals and communities in the past?
|10.45 – 11.15||Tom Whitfield (Newcastle University)
“Wilkes and Liberty”—Punch bowls and the later-eighteenth-century Wilkite agitations.
|11.15 – 11.30||Tea and Coffee|
Chair: Amy Shields
|11.30 – 12.00||Mareike Ahlers (Newcastle University)
All for One and One for All—Identifying heterarchial structures in Early Neolithic barrow building communities.
|12.00 – 12.30||Henry Clarke (University of Leeds)
Negotiating individual identities within the community in Central Spain, 2nd century BC – 2nd century AD.
|12.30 – 1.00||Kate Caraway (University of Liverpool)
Group size and community cohesion in Archaic Greece: Towards a methodology.
|1.00 – 2.00||Lunch and poster session|
Chair: Lucy Cummings
|2.00 – 2.30||John Bowman (Newcastle University)
Derwentcote Forge Cottages: A steel making community in the Derwent Valley 1841-1891.
|2.30 – 3.00||Lawrence Mills (University of Glasgow)
Building the Old College
|3.00 – 3.30||Alberto Cafaro (University of Pisa)
Praefecti fabrum and Roman politics.
|3.30 – 4.00||Andrew Marriott (Newcastle University)
Entrenched Views. Accessing the people of the First World War through Material Culture
|4.00 – 4.30||Tea and Coffee|
|4.30 – 5.30||Keynote: Dr Valentina Arena (UCL)
‘The Individual and the Community in Republican Political Thought’
|5.45||Reception and prize giving (Student Common Room, Armstrong Building)|