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![…]

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[…]

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[…]