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Archaeology 2010 news

Living la vida local

Living la vida local

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Naomi Sykes (Nottingham) and Richard Jones (Leicester) set to live off the land for a month in 'living community' study.
British Deer Society awards sponsorship

British Deer Society awards sponsorship

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Naomi Sykes has been awarded a grant from the British Deer Society.
First fish workshop a success

First fish workshop a success

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As part of the Archaeological Fish Resource project, the first AHRC-funded fish workshop was successfully held at the University of Bradford in May.
New appointment for Prof Julian Henderson

New appointment for Prof Julian Henderson

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Professor Julian Henderson has been appointed as new director of the Institute for Middle Eastern Studies (IMES).
Endangered species: archaeological fish specialists

Endangered species: archaeological fish specialists

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Specialists in the analysis of archaeological fish remains are in danger of becoming as extinct as the ancient species they study, the UK's zooarchaeological community has warned.
Academic promotions

Academic promotions

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The Department of Archaeology congratulates Hamish Forbes who has been recently promoted to Reader in Anthropological Archaeology and to Lloyd Weeks who has been promoted to Associate Professor.
Charting the Divide between Antiquity and the Middle Ages

Charting the Divide between Antiquity and the Middle Ages

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Professor Andrew Poulter is launching his new research initiative on The Transition from Late Antiquity.
Archaeology student to win University endowed Scholarship Award

Archaeology student to win University endowed Scholarship Award

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Congratulations to PhD student Gareth Davies who won the 2009/10 Heyman Postgraduate Prize.
Re-launch of the University Museum

Re-launch of the University Museum

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The University Museum, housed in the Department of Archaeology, re-launches this month, giving visitors an insight into everyday life in the East Midlands over the last 250,000 years.
What's the point...?

What's the point...?

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Dr Will Bowden talks about the point of digging up Roman towns.

 

 

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