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Stressed Out! Debunking the stress myth in the study of archaeological human remains

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Stressed Out! Debunking the stress myth in the study of archaeological human remains

The IoA Annual Conference 2017, to be held at the Institute in May, will investigate 'stress' in human remains research and for which a call for papers is announced.

UCL Americas Alumna Curates Mexico's Dia de los Muertos Exhibition at London Gallery

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Colourful Greys

Giovanna Violi (MA Caribbean and Latin American Studies, 2013-15) is the curator of Colourful Greys: Liminal Spaces Between Life and Death, Appreciation and Appropriation at the Square Gallery in London. Far from claiming a complete rendering of all Dia de los Muertos aspects and nuances, this exhibition is aimed at giving the viewer a snippet of what this astonishing celebration is like as observed, experienced and thought of by several artists, both insiders and outsiders of Mexican culture. A dialogue is thus created between the various points of view, allowing the viewer to appreciate the liminal space that can be found between the realities of life and death, opposite, yet so close to each other as celebrated in Dia de los Muertos, as well as the problematic phenomenon of cultural appropriation, often defended through claims of appreciation, that sometimes affect the festivities. This exhibition runs between December 9 and 11, and is presented by CuratorLove and Osterly.

UCL Americas Team Produces Report on Colombian Peace Process for PBI

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Peace Brigades International UK

UCL Americas PhD candidates Jaskiran Chohan and Ivan Lobo produced a report for Peace Brigades International UK (PBI UK), on the occasion of two separate visits of two distinguished Colombians to the UK: President Santos and renowned Colombian human rights lawyer Reinaldo Villalba from the organisation José Alvear Restrepo Lawyers' Collective (CCAJAR). UCL Americas had the honour of meeting the latter during his stay in London. To read the report please follow this link to the PBI UK's website here.

The extent of Viking settlement in Britain

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Chart showing estimated number of Danish Viking settlers

Research involving the Institute's Jane Kershaw draws into question the findings of a recent study regarding the extent of Viking settlement in Britain.

The Department is recruiting for 2 x Assistant Professor (Lecturer) positions

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The Department of Economics at University College London invites applications for two positions of Assistant Professor (known as Lecturer in the UK) in any field of Economics.  

Prizes awarded to Institute students 2016

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UCL Institute of Archaeology (Photo: Lisa Daniel)

Congratulations to the Institute of Archaeology students who have been awarded Faculty and departmental prizes for the 2015-16 academic session.

From Eurocrisis to Brexit: British and German Perspectives on the European Economy

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On 5 Dec the Centre for Research & Analysis of Migration (CReAM) will jointly host an event with the UCL European Institute and the German Council of Economic Experts.

Iwan Morgan's Reagan Book Named One of Best Politics Books of 2016 by The Times

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Book launch: 'Reagan: American Icon' (I.B.Tauris, 2016) with author Iwan Morgan

Professor Iwan Morgan's book 'Reagan: American Icon' has been named one of the best politics books in 2016 by The Times. Read the article here - registration is required.

Success of student-led interdisciplinary event on political violence in Latin America

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UCL Colombian Society

Congratulations to the UCL Colombian Society, which on November 21 hosted and succesfully delivered the interdisciplinary, multi-collaboration event 'An Insider's View on Non-State Armed Actors: Political Violence, Crime and State Formation in Latin America'. Please read the executive report in full here.

Job Vacancy: Accounts/HR and Events Administrative Assistant (Maternity Cover)

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UCL Institute of Archaeology (Image courtesy of Lisa Daniel)

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for an Accounts/HR and Events Administrative Assistant (Ref.:1609611). The deadline for applications is 6 December 2016.

Call for funding Applications: UCL, Bloomsbury and East London Doctoral Training Partnership

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Portico

ESRC Research Studentships: 2017 entry

More than 40 studentships funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) are available. Deadline: 3 February 2017

AHRC - GCRF funding for Restricted Access Pilot Project

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AHRC

Rodney Harrison and Trinidad Rico (Texas A&M University at Qatar; Honorary Lecturer at the Institute) have received an award of c.£120k from the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Global Challenges Research Fund.

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