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Understanding the past through objects: Flints, bones and graffiti with Jake Rowland, Mike Burgess and Jamie Ingram Friday Event

Published: 14 May 2021
Lunchtime Unlocked

Announcing our free webinar series: Lunchtimes Unlocked The Southampton Institute of Arts and Humanities (SIAH) is pleased to announce a new series of webinars. Entitled Lunchtimes Unlocked: Sustainably appreciating the world and its inhabitants this series has something for everyone. The webinars offer you the opportunity to: • develop skills in creative writing and in sustainably revitalising your wardrobe • experience the sounds and the visual culture of the past • engage with challenging ideas around culture and truth • explore the natural worlds of coasts and forests

Have you ever wondered how we can understand past peoples from looking at what you may find around you? Flints, bones, and graffiti can help us understand the people who once lived in the areas you may encounter and what they can tell you. Join us in this webinar to enable you to further understand, appreciate and interpret the world around you to learn how you can observe the past and what developed into our modern world in a fast and ever moving world looks like.

This webinar is part of Southampton Institute of Arts and Humanities (SIAH)'s new series of webinars. Entitled Lunchtimes Unlocked: Sustainably appreciating the world and its inhabitants. This series has something for everyone and will give you the opportunity to develop skills with creative writing and sustainably revitalising your wardrobe, investigate sounds and the visual culture of the past, engage with challenging ideas around culture and truth and explore the natural worlds of coasts and forests. Join us for these sessions to learn more about what is around you and how to interpret the world and its people.

Jake Rowland, Jamie Ingram and Mike Burgess are all Postgraduate Researchers in archaeology.

For more information regarding this event please email Lifelong Learning.

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