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Humanities

Inaugural Lecture - Professor Joanna Sofaer Event

Professor Jo Sofaer
Time:
18:00 - 19:00
Date:
3 May 2018
Venue:
Avenue Campus, University of Southampton, Southampton SO 17 1BF

For more information regarding this event, please email Tracy Storey at tps@southampton.ac.uk .

Event details

Part of the Humanities 2017-2018 Inaugural Lecture series.

Creativity and Archaeology

Creativity is embedded in human history. Indeed, it is impossible to understand material change and the development of the new without invoking creativity. The location, exploration and analysis of creativity should therefore be of particular concern to archaeologists. This lecture explores the relationship between creativity and archaeology in past and present through three complementary lines of enquiry: the investigation of creativity in the past (in particular prehistory), the ways in which the past can inspire creativity in the present, and consideration of Archaeology itself as a form of creative practice.

This lecture will be chaired by Professor Stephanie Moser, Head of Archaeology. Refreshments will be served from 17:30 and the lecture will be followed by a drinks reception. This is a free lecture however you must book to attend and receive joining instructions.

Each of the Inaugural Lectures in Humanities will have an end of lecture collection for the speaker's nominated charity. For her lecture Professor Sofaer has chosen to support Young Minds.

Please note bookings will close for this event is 6pm on 30 April 2018 and if this event is fully booked please email Tracy Storey to be placed on the waiting list.

 

This lecture will be live streamed and recorded, please click on the button below to watch the lecture on and after 3 May 2018.

Speaker information

Professor Joanna Sofaer, Professor in Archaeology

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