Conferences, presentations and publications

As the project progresses Prof. Richards and Dr. Naylor will make the results of their research public through papers given at seminars, conferences and presentations, and in a range of publications. Forthcoming events will be listed as soon as possible, with links to conference, seminar, or journal/magazine websites, and where appropriate, copies of the presentations will be made available online subsequently.

Publications

J.D. Naylor & J.D. Richards (2006) 'Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy' Project, p.275-278, in H. Geake (ed.) Portable Antiquities Scheme Report Medieval Archaeology 50, 274-294.

J.D. Naylor & J.D. Richards (2006) Detecting the Past: interpreting early medieval settlements through portable antiquities, Medieval Settlement Research Group Annual Report 20 (for 2005), 19-24.

J.D. Naylor & J.D. Richards (2005) Third-party data for first class research, Archeologia e Calcolatori 16, 83-91.

Conferences, seminars and presentations

Forthcoming presentations

  1. 'Trade and Economy in pre-Viking Northumbria', Northumbria Research Group, 24th January 2007, University of York.
  2. 'title tba', University of Sheffield Archaeology Society, Sheffield, 6th March 2007.
  3. 'The Anglo-Saxon Landscape AD700-1000: the contribution of metal-detecting', Anglo-Saxon Landscapes, Manchester, 10-11th April 2007.
  4. 'Urbanism in context: integrating rural and urban in early medieval Europe', International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 9-12th July 2007.
  5. 'Productive and unproductive sites in 7th-9th century Yorkshire', International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 9-12th July 2007.

Forthcoming conference sessions

  1. 'Urbanism and Rurality in Early Medieval Northern Europe, c.600-1100', a session at the International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 9-12th July 2007.

Papers given to date (most recent first):

  1. 'Anglo-Scandinavian Perceptions: identity and change in the Danelaw', International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 10-13th July 2006.
  2. ‘Detecting the past: Vikings, buried treasure and the VASLE project’, Oxford University Archaeology Society, 22nd May 2006.
  3. 'Finding Common Ground: archaeologists and metal-detectorists...Anglo-Saxons and Vikings', Portable Antiquities Scheme Conference, London, 11th April 2006.
  4. 'Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy: using portable antiquities in archaeological research', The Sue Margeson Memorial Lecture, at Norwich Castle Museum, 4th March 2006.
  5. 'VASLE: the Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy project', Early Medieval Northumbria: current work and future directions, Newcastle upon Tyne, 11-12th February 2006.
  6. 'Detecting the Past: interpreting Anglo-Saxon settlements through portable antiquities', Medeival Settlement Research Group Winter Seminar, Leicester, 3rd December 2005
  7. 'Anglo-Scandinavian England: from buried treasure to GIS', The Viking Congress, Cork, 18-24 August 2005.
  8. 'Metal-detecting and archaeology: the Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy project', presented to the Cotswold Heritage and Detecting Society, Cheltenham, 1st August 2005.
  9. 'The Archaeological Meaning of Treasure: Anglo-Saxon and Viking settlement in England', International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 13th July 2005.
  10. 'The Real Value of Buried Treasure - VASLE: the Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy project', Buried Treasure: Building Bridges conference, Newcastle upon Tyne, 18th June 2005.
  11. 'Metal-detectors and the Archaeology of Economy', Research Seminar, Department of Archaeology, University of York, 13th May 2005.
  12. Utilising Third-Party Datasets (pdf file available to download), Developing a Digitisation Project Workshop, 9th March 2005.
  13. 'Archaeology, Metal-detectors and the economy of Anglo-Saxon England' (to read abstract click here), poster presentation, Archaeological Institute of America 106th Annual Meeting, Boston, USA, 7th January 2005.
  14. 'The Archaeological Value of Treasure- VASLE: the Viking and Anglo-Saxon Landscape and Economy project', Research Seminar, Department of Archaeology, University of York, 26th November 2004.
  15. 'Early Medieval Landscapes and Metal-detecting on the Yorkshire Wolds', 55th Sachsensymposium, Newnham College, Cambridge, 14th September 2004.

Conference Sessions

  1. 'Artefact Studies in a New Millennium: portable antiquities and fresh approaches to material culture', a session at the International Medieval Congress, Leeds, 10-13th July 2006.

This page was last updated by John Naylor on 18/12/2006

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