Archaeology Research Seminar Series

Cardiff University's Archaeology Research Seminar Series kicks off again on 29 September 2016. Experts from across the UK will feature in ten seminars across this semester.

All our Archaeology Research Seminars are free, open to all and take place at 17:10 in the University's John Percival Building (room 4.45, fourth floor). There is no need to book.

Archaeology Research Seminar Series

Date Speaker Title
29/09/16        Mana DemboHominin tree of life: a phylogenetic study of fossil hominin evolutionary relationships.
06/10/16        Johannes Müller-Kissing with Ian DennisRecent excavations at Falkenberg Castle.
13/10/16Lizzy Craig-AtkinsEaves-drip burial and the differential treatment of children in early Christian cemeteries.
20/10/16Tudor DaviesTBC (Environmental reconstruction in Wales).
27/10/16Leo WebleyThe social context of technology - Non-ferrous metalworking in later prehistoric Britain and Ireland.
10/11/16Sadie Watson       Biggest, Best, Fastest, Cheapest? Excavations at Bloomberg London and realities of commercial archaeology.
17/11/16Oliver HarrisAssembling Ardnamurchan: multi-scalar pasts in Western Scotland.
24/11/16Ing-Marie Back-DanielssonWhat do gold foil couples want? A discussion of gold foil couples and their central places in Middle Sweden and Norway during the Vendel period (AD 550-800).
01/12/16Richard OsgoodRichard Osgood - Title TBC (Operation Nightingale).
08/12/16Max AdamsAre you still happy with Giant steps: travels in Early Medieval Britain and beyond.