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Archive of UCL Qatar News

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Master's students complete internships at renowned international museums

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The inaugural cohort of museum studies, conservation and archaeology students at UCL Qatar have completed four week work placements at leading worldwide museums, art institutions and archaeological sites.

Sudan expert to deliver public lecture on Musawwarat es Sufra

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Professor Steffen Wenig, distinguished in the field of Meroitic Studies and Sudanese archaeology, is to deliver a public lecture at UCL Qatar on Musawwarat es Sufra, a unique archaeological site in Northern Sudan. The lecture will take place at 6.30pm on Tuesday 28 May at Education City's Georgetown Building.

UCL Qatar Launches New Website

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UCL Qatar are pleased to announce the launch of a new and enhanced website. The site has been designed to be a simple and informative resource for those wishing to find out more our campus and degree programmes. 

UCL hosts conference on cleaning of cultural heritage objects

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A two-day conference, Global perspectives on the cleaning of cultural heritage objects, kicks off at UCL Qatar on 13 May. Spearheaded by Dr Stavroula Golfomitsou, Lecturer in Conservation Studies at UCL Qatar, the conference brings together leading conservation experts to discuss key issues and challenges surrounding the cleaning of cultural heritage objects and monuments.

Syrian Civilisation under the Islamic Dynasties: Art, Architecture and Archaeology

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Dr Timothy Power, Lecturer in Islamic Archaeology, presents a special evening lecture series running from 5-9 May at the Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, on Syrian Civilisation under the Islamic Dynasties: Art, Architecture and Archaeology. The general public are warmly encouraged to attend all or any of the lectures.

Second season of UCL excavations concludes in Sudan

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Dr Jane Humphris has recently returned from two months of excavations at Meroe in Sudan. Completing the second field season of archaeological research for the UCL Qatar project, The Kingdom of Kush and the Power of Technology, Dr Humphris is very happy with the progress of UCL Qatar’s research in Sudan.

Packed audience for Lecture on Doha's living heritage

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 An enthusiastic crowd of over 200 guests packed into the Museum of Islamic Art Auditorium for UCL Qatar's special public lecture entitled Doha: Past, Present and Future. Delivered by Dr Robert Carter, Senior Lecturer in Arab Archaeology at UCL Qatar, and Mr Tim Makowever, Makower Architects, the lecture provided insightful information to those hungry to learn more about the history and plans for the city of Doha.

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