What Can Ongoing Advances in Ice-Core-Based Volcanic Eruption Histories Tell Us About Human History? Examples from Ancient Egypt, Assyria and Babylonia
The Crossing Frontiers Network is delighted to invite you to our first post-Covid event. On the 30th June Dr Francis Ludlow (Trinity College Dublin) will be giving a thought-provoking talk discussing the value of using geological evidence to inform the study of human history. This will be a “blended” event, held both on MS Teams and in-person.
Title: “What Can Ongoing Advances in Ice-Core-Based Volcanic Eruption Histories Tell Us About Human History? Examples from Ancient Egypt, Assyria and Babylonia”
Where: Queen’s University Graduate School, Room TR6 – also via MS Teams
When: Thursday 30th June 2022 5:00pm BST (4pm UTC)
For those of you attending in person there will be a small reception in advance of Francis’ talk with food, wine and non-alcoholic refreshments. In order to help us prepare the catering and AV equipment we are asking you to register for the event using the relevant Eventbrite link below. If you are registering to attend via MS Teams, a link to the Teams meeting will be available on the Eventbrite page for the event (click on “Access the event” then “Join now”).