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PCC Seminars 2012-2013

DateSeminar Details  
Tue 9 Oct 2012 Professor Danielle Schreve (Royal Holloway University): Caves and cannibals: a Mendip perspective
Chair: Dr Nicki Whitehouse
*POSTPONED* Dr Christopher Evans (University of Cambridge): Working Archives – Historiography and Fieldwork: Mucking & Fengate
Chair: Dr Caroline Malone
Tue 6 Nov 2012 Dr Peter Bray (University of Oxford): It’s life, but not as we know it: Metallurgical datasets and theoretical archaeology
Chair: Dr Dirk Brandherm
Tue 27 Nov 2012
Professor Norman Hammond (Boston University): Early Maya Household Economy, Society and Culture at Cuello, Belize
Chair: Prof Audrey Horning
Tue 4 Dec 2012 Richard Warner (Lisburn): Rethinking the Irish Iron Age: chronology, hill-forts, aborigines and intruders
Chair: Prof Jim Mallory

DateSeminar Details  
Tue 12 Feb 2013 Dr Alison Sheridan (National Museums of Scotland): Jet-setting toffs, isotopic aliens and the get rich quick generations: the social dynamics of Britain and Ireland, c 3300–1750 BC
Chair: Dr Finbar McCormick
Tue 26 Feb 2013 Dr Marion Uckelmann (University of Exeter): Armour or Glamour – shields and warfare in the Bronze Age
Chair: Dr Dirk Brandherm
Thu 14 March 2013 Dr Vyacheslav Moiseyev (Russian Academy of Science): Recent developments in population studies of northern Eurasia
Chair: Dr Eileen Murphy
Tue 16 April 2013

*POSTPONED*

Dr Christopher Young (English Heritage): Hadrian’s Wall to the Frontiers of the Roman Empire: the evolution of a World Heritage Site
Chair: Dr Caroline Malone
Tue 30 April 2013 Professor Bruce Campbell (Queen’s University Belfast): Matthew Paris and the volcano: the English 'famine' of 1258 reconsidered
Chair: Prof Mike Baillie
Tue 14 May 2013 Dr Laura McAtackney (University College Dublin): Material approaches to imprisonment during the Irish Civil War: exploring female experiences through historical prison graffiti
Chair: Prof Audrey Horning

 

PCC Seminars usually take place at 1pm in Room 0G 043, Archaeology Building - All welcome

For more information on this series contact:

Dr Dirk Brandherm
Phone: +44 (0)28 90 973824
Email: d.brandherm@qub.ac.uk