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19th January 2022 - Online workshop organized by PhD candidate Maria De Falco with the support of Dr Kamal Badreshany and Prof. Robin Skeates.
Research Dialogues, Material and Visual Culture: Research and Impact Group
19 January 2022
9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
FREE: register through Eventbrite for the Zoom meeting link for this event.
08 February 2022
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Desire, love, identity: exploring LGBTQ histories at the British Museum'. A talk by Stuart Frost, Head of Interpretation and Volunteers at the British Museum.
23 February 2022
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Online - please register
A panel discussion of neurodiversity in archaeology, in recognition of Neurodiversity Celebration Week, 2022.
23 March 2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Meeting Platform: ZOOM
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/neurodiversity-and-archaeology-panel-tickets-302601097027
This event, linked to International Women’s Day, was postponed from March.
The panel comprises speakers from Durham's archaeology department, who will address questions about their career and the ‘leaky pipeline’ of women progressing to higher qualifications and careers in archaeology. Open to all students and colleagues to discuss experiences, challenges, and any guidance for women in archaeology.
06 May 2022
Online (Link available soon
In this virtual forum, participants will have an opportunity to discuss and explore the future of Iberian archaeology on the global stage in terms of its goals, practices, aims, and ethics.
Co-organizers: Rui Gomes Coelho (Durham University, UK) and Katina Lillios (University of Iowa, US).
07 May 2022
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
We are excited to present the first annual symposium put on by the Archaeology Department’s Material and Visual Culture Research and Impact Group. This one-day symposium will take place on Friday, 13 May 2022 in the Appleby lecture theatre (W103) located in the Geography building at the Science Site. We are also very pleased to announce that the keynote address will be given by Dr. Sue Brunning.
13 May 2022
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Appleby lecture theatre (W103), Geography Building, Durham University
Early medieval stone sculptures that survive across Europe at the wayside, in architectural settings, in churches and graveyards, are an exceptional source for understanding the aesthetics and beliefs of early medieval communities.
31 August 2022 - 04 September 2022
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Durham University, UK
Wednesday 31st August to 4th September 2022
Durham University, UK
Online Event poster
07 September 2022
9:10 AM - 5:00 PM
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