Monthly lectures are held at Queen's University Belfast and cover a wide range of archaeological and related topics. All lectures are normally held at 8.00pm in the Main Lecture Theatre in the School of Natural and Built Environment, Elmwood Building in Elmwood Avenue.  Admission is free and all are welcome.



2018 Lecture Programme


Monday 29 January           

Deer Parks in Ireland 

Terence Reeves Smyth
Historic Environment Division, Department for Communities

Monday 26 February

Prehistoric Society Lecture:  The Bronze Age Neolithic – re-emerging traditions

Dr Alex Gibson
University of Bradfod

Monday 26 March

‘A Miserable and Beggarly War’: Dispelling the Myths of Tyrone’s Rebellion 

Dr James O'Neill
Ulidia Heritage Services

Monday 30 April

Creggandevsky Court Tomb: More questions than answers 

Claire Foley

Monday 21 May      

The Ulster Scots Archaeology Project 

Christina O'Regan and Fintan Walsh
Irish Archaeological Consultancy

Monday 24 September

The Mullaghfarna and Turlough Hill Settlements: More than meets the eye 

Dr Stefan Bergh
NUI Galway

Monday 22 October

Barryscourt Castle County Cork 

Dave Pollock

Monday 19 November

Rediscovering the Lost Sites of East Antrim 

Stephen Cameron
Antrim County Archaeological Society

Monday 10 December

Archaeological Investigations of the Spanish Armada Wrecks at Streedagh County Sligo

Dr Karl Brady
Underwater Archaeological Unit: National Monuments Service