The next semester's programme of Archaeology Research Seminars is as follows:
07/02/2012 Chris Evans, Cambridge Archaeological Unit, University of Cambridge, "Historiography & Fieldwork: Fengate and Mucking"
14/02/2012 Eddie Peltenburg, University of Edinburgh, "Fashioning identity: workshops and cemeteries at prehistoric Souskiou, Cyprus"
21/02/2012 Ana Jorge, University of Aberdeen, "Making communities in the late third millennium BC: social relations, technology and the production of pottery"
06/03/2012 Sturt Manning, Cornell University, "Early Human Presence on Cyprus: climate, context and interpretative framework"
20/03/2012 Mike Rowlands, University College London, Title TBC
17/04/2012 Jeff Oliver, University of Aberdeen, "Community archaeology at Bennachie, Scotland"
01/05/2012 Sarah Viner, University of Sheffield, "Feeding Stonehenge: Isotopes in prehistory"
15/05/2012 Becky Farbstein, McDonald Institute of Archaeology, University of Cambridge, "The Pleistocene Origins of Ceramic Technology: technical, social and artistic considerations"
29/05/2012 Graeme Warren, University College Dublin, "New Understandings of the Céide Fields: the prehistory of North Co. Mayo, NW Ireland"
Seminars are on Tuesdays, and start at 5pm. Unless otherwise stated, they will be held in Room 2.02, Mansfield Cooper Building. Look out for emails and posters advertising each seminar for more information.
As usual, wine and juices will be available at the start of each seminar.