York Seminar Series

The York Seminars Committee is pleased to announce the 2017-18 series of York Seminars!

Seminars take place every Wednesday at 5:15pm in the Philip Rahtz Lecture Theatre (K/133) in King’s Manor. The series runs from the 4th of October - 22nd November 2017, and the 17th of January - 7th March 2018. The series is free to attend and open to all.

This year's seminars cover an array of archaeological topics, and include lectures from both academic researchers and public engagement projects. Our guest speakers are experts in their various fields and come from institutions across the UK and worldwide. As ever, archaeology remains at the heart of the series, but many seminars will be sure to appeal to those from other disciplinary backgrounds. This is a fantastic opportunity to hear the latest news from various research projects, and a chance to meet the speakers, so please disseminate widely amongst friends and colleagues who might be interested!

Autumn 2017 line-up:

PLEASE NOTE: 15th November has a 5:30 pm start

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Wed
22
Nov

Deep Mapping in Cardigan Bay

Erin Kavanagh will be discussing a multidisciplinary project exploring Cardigan Bay's heritage, bringing together work from academics and amateurs, locals and visitors.