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Research seminars take place in the John Wymer Lab, Building 65a, Avenue Campus on Thursday's at 16:00 unless otherwise noted.

All university staff, students and members of the public are warmly invited. If you are interested in attending any of the talks below, please contact Olivia Britter for the Archaeology Departmental Seminar Series (ADSS) speakers and Rebecca Ferreira for the Centre for the Archaeology of Human Origins (CAHO) speakers. Proposals for future seminar speakers are very welcome.


 Autumn Term 2022

06/10/2022 ADSS Dr. Alexis Catsambis Underwater Archaeology Branch, US Naval History and Heritage Command The Story of USS San Diego (Armoured Cruiser No. 6)
13/10/2022 CAHO Prof. Graeme Warren University College Dublin The Mesolithic in Ireland: asking the right kind of questions
20/10/2022 ADSS Neil Redfern Executive Director, Council for British Archaeology This is Archaeology: Challenging perceptions, redefining meanings, increasing participation
27/10/2022 CAHO Dr. Claire Lucas The British Museum Magdalenian bone industry from Courbet Cave (France)
03/11/2022 ADSS Molly Masterson University of Oxford Plantiness: Exploring Plant-Human Relationships in Prehistory
10/11/2022 CAHO TBC TBC TBC
17/11/2022 ADSS Prof. John Cooper University of Exeter Documenting India’s vanishing chhot boat—a ‘stapled’ construction tradition of West Bengal’s Rupnarayan river
24/11/2022 CAHO Dr. Matthew Pope University College London The Neanderthal people of La Mancheland: Recent fieldwork results from within, and without, La Cotte de St Brelade
01/12/2022 ADSS Dr. Chryssanthi Papadopoulou University of Peloponnese Water, ships and mariners in ancient Greek and Roman literature
08/12/2022 CAHO Hanni Airikka (BSc, Artisan of Ancient Technologies) Oulu University of Applied Sciences Sitting Like a Human: sitting posture in human evolution


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