Archaeology and Conservation Research Seminar Series

Cardiff University's Archaeology and Conservation Research Seminar Series kicks off again on 05 October 2017. Experts from across the UK will feature in ten seminars across this semester.

All of our seminars are free, open to all and take place at 17:10 in the University's John Percival Building (Lecture Theatre 2.03, second floor). There is no need to book.

Archaeology and Conservation Research Seminar Series

DateSpeakerTitle
05/10/17        Ben Gearey (Cork)"On the brink of Armageddon"? Integrated Archaeological and Palaeoenvironmental Investigations of the Bronze Age-Iron Age Transition in Ireland
12/10/17        Marta Diaz-Guardamino Uribe, Jade Dawson and Neave Finnan (Cardiff)The Lives of Bronze Age Stone Statues in Iberia: Preliminary Results of Recent Fieldwork
19/10/17Anne Sassin (Cardiff)Church Orientation in Medieval Wales
26/10/17Helen Wickstead (Kingston)TBC
02/11/17Rachel Crellin (Leicester)Becoming Metallic: Mapping the Emergence of Metals at the Start of the British and Irish Bronze Age
16/11/17Sarah Semple (Durham)      TBC
23/11/17Roger WilsonPhilippianus and his rural estate: recent excavations at Gerace near Enna
30/11/17Jane Sidell (Historic England)Finding Shakespeare. Understanding and conserving the Elizabethan Playhouses of London
07/12/17Tim Young (Cardiff)‘Just Slag?’ Teasing Interpretation from Archaeometallurgy
14/12/17Florence Gaignerot-Driessen (Heidelberg)Anavlochos and the Mirabello region, Crete: Past and New Research
01/02/18John WinterburnA Landscape Archaeology Approach to Modern Conflict in Southern Jordan
08/02/18Andrew BirleyVindolanda and the frontier in transition
15/02/18Anna Simandiraki-Grimshaw (Cardiff University)Bodies of evidence in Bronze Age (Minoan) Crete
22/02/18Tamar Hodos (University of Bristol)Globalising the Mediterranean Iron Age
08/03/18Dan Lawrence (Durham University)Cooperation and Collapse: Approaching Early Urbanism in the Ancient Near East
15/03/18Zena Kamash (Royal Holloway, University of London)The Ghost of Palmyra Yet-to-Come? Exploring Memory, People and Place in Post-Conflict Reconstruction
22/03/18Robert Morkot (University of Exeter)TBC
19/04/18Ewan Hyslop (Historic Environment Scotland)TBC
26/04/18Ashley Lingle (Cardiff University)TBC
03/05/18Ruth Pelling (Historic England)Revisiting the Pitt Rivers Collection: New Value in Old Grain