Archaeology events

Upcoming events

Tue
27
Feb

Trust, mistrust and identity construction at the time of Brexit

Chiara Bonacchi, Co-Investigator Researcher at UCL's Institute of Archaeology, will explore the interlinking concepts of trust - neutrally understood - expertise, heritage and contemporary sentiments about Brexit.

Wed
28
Feb

Telling the whole story: publishing sites in a developer-funded context

Gill Hey, CEO of Oxford Archaeology, will discuss the challenges of publishing sites in the commercial sector.

Tue
6
Mar

Constructing Stonehenge, Creating its Landscape c1860-1960.

Martyn Barber, Senior Researcher with Historic England's Aerial Investigation & Mapping team, will examine the the causes, aims and motivations behind some of the late 19th and early 20th century interventions at Stonehenge. A narrative which views the transformation from a privately-owned and neglected ruin transformed, via essential maintenance and repair, into a unique expression of Neolithic beliefs and achievement overlooks the underlying complexities.

Wed
7
Mar

Deposition interrupted – The Must Farm Pile dwellings

Mark Knight, site director of the Must Farm Project, will be sharing the latest findings from 'Britain's Pompeii' for this year's finale.