Andrew Reynolds' Australian lecture tour
24 April 2012
Andrew was invited to give special lectures at the Australian universities this month. He presented one of the Ancient World Studies seminars at the University of Melbourne on the topic of judicial archaeology. He then gave a lecture at the School of Historical and European Studies at La Trobe University on the topic of Landscapes of Governance in Anglo-Saxon England before returning to the University of Melbourne to give their Late Antique seminar on 'Wessex and the Vikings'.
In addition to leading the Leverhulme Trust-funded Landscapes of Governance project, Andrew is also co-ordinating the Institute's 75th anniversary celebrations this year and gave his own Inaugural Lecture on 'Re-making the Early Middle Ages' as part of the series focusing
on themes that have been central to the development of the
Institute of Archaeology or in which the Institute has taken a
The next 75th anniversary event is an open-mic performance which takes place this evening, further details are available here»