Posted on 28 February 2012
Welcome to Issue 21 of The Post Hole, the second issue of Spring Term. We have some very interesting articles for you this time, including a review of a recent biological anthropology conference at Teeside University, Darlington campus, by two York Year 3 archaeology students who were there; and more Masters advice from current students. There is also advice on choosing your Year 2 and 3 modules; a piece on local ecology and archaeology resource, Skipwith Common and the first of two articles in Gawthorpe Manor, site of one of last summer's student digs, among other things. So plenty to keep you reading!
Copies of Issue 21 are in the King’s Manor common room, foyer and basement from Monday 27 February as well as online at http://www.theposthole.org.