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Archaeology and Conservation Research Seminar Series

Cardiff University's Archaeology and Conservation Research Seminar Series features experts from across the UK.

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

100 years of Archaeology and Conservation at Cardiff University

Upcoming seminars


30/01/2020 Ffion Reynolds Making Space: Engaging with Communities through Heritage, Arts, and Archaeology
06/02/2020 Emily Gal Archaeology and community in Scottish islands: challenges and opportunities
13/02/2020 Denise Allen Archaeological Tourism: the pros, cons, highs, and lows
20/02/2020 Will Tregaskes, Mark Lewis, Amanda Rosewarne Local Museums and Communities Panel
05/03/2020 Mike Pearson The Cardiff Riots of 1919: performance, archaeology and the city
12/03/2020 Cara Jones To be confirmed

World views

19/03/2020 Penny Bickle and Daniela Hofmann Gender, migration and mobility: new perspectives for the Neolithic
26/03/2020 Ollie Harris Archaeology and the Creation of Pasts
23/04/2020 To be confirmed People called Romanes, they go the house? Identities in a changing world: new research at the Romano-British 'small town' of Durobrivae (Water Newton)
30/04/2020 Josh Pollard The view from the valley floor: the Avebury landscape and Cardiff’s legacy

Past seminars

10/10/2019 Rachel Pope Resolving the Penycloddiau sequence: An exercise in single context archaeological method.
17/10/2019 Anastasia Gadolou The formation of religious landscapes in Achaia during the Early Historical Era (10th-7th centuries BC). 'Political structures and social identities'.
24/10/2019 Judith Bunbury Changing land and Waterscapes in Egypt; interactions of people and environment
31/10/2019 Joanne Rowland The sacred falcons of Djedhor of Athribis, in the context of the Quesna necropolis (Nile Delta)
14/11/2019 Alan Outram The Archaeology and Ancient Genomics of Early Horse Domestication: Not as Simple as Once Thought!
21/11/2019 Arwa Kharobi The Enigma of the Hyksos: contribution of paleopathology to defining Middle Bronze Age populations in the Eastern Delta and the Levant‚Äč
28/11/2019 Patrick Gleeson Archaeologies of Belief: Framing Religious Transformation in Ireland during the first Millennium AD
05/12/2019 Matthew Haysom Neopalatial Cretan Religion in Comparative Perspective