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Museum Studies students organise Anti-Valentine Fright Night

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Anti-Valentine Fright Night

UCL Museum Studies students are organising a special late event at the Jewish Museum, London on 11 February.

Gender equality among Stonehenge burials

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Stonehenge (Courtesy of Adam Stanford © Aerial-Cam Ltd)

A new study, involving Institute research student Christie Willis, has found that around half of the prehistoric bones at Stonehenge belonged to women.

UCL Institute of Archaeology & Beta Analytic Radiocarbon Draw for the Archaeology of the Americas

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Congratulations to Bruna Rocha who is the winner of the inaugural UCL Institute of Archaeology & Beta Analytic Radiocarbon Draw for the Archaeology of the Americas.

Early Agriculture kept Earth warm

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Wet rice cultivation, Orissa

Collaborative research, involving the Institute's Dorian Fuller, suggests that humans had a significant influence on Earth's pre-industrial climate.

Celebratory event at House of Lords for Jane Hubert

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Beverley Butler, Jane Hubert and Dean Sully (January 2016)

A celebratory tea was held for Jane Hubert (Honorary Senior Research Associate) at the House of Lords on 22 January to mark her academic achievements in social anthropology and archaeology.

David Wengrow wins the Antiquity Prize 2014

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David Wengrow speaking at the Engelsberg Seminar 2013

Congratulations to David Wengrow and colleagues who have won the Antiquity Prize for 2014. The prize is awarded annually to the best contribution to the journal.

Excavating the City: Reginald Campbell Thompson’s Moving Images of Mosul

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Marija Edinborough interviewed for BBC's 'Science in Action' programme

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The Story of China

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The Story of China (Image courtesy of MayaVision International)

Yijie Zhuang has contributed to the new television series on The Story of China being broadcast by the BBC from 21 January.

IAMS Masters bursaries available for 2016 entry

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The Institute for Archaeo-Metallurgical Studies (IAMS) and the UCL Institute of Archaeology invite applications for two student bursaries for postgraduate studies in archaeometallurgy leading to an MSc degree.

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