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Passion for Porcelain

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Luisa Mengoni

Institute alumna Luisa Mengoni has been indulging a passion for porcelain for a new exhibition in her role as Curator of Chinese collections in the V&A's Asian Department.

Institute launches new Heritage Policy Group

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The Institute of Archaeology is launching a new Heritage Policy Group to provide critical intellectual leadership on issues of domestic and international heritage policy.

Stone technology par excellence

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Fallen moai at ahu Mahiki

Sue Hamilton, who is leading the AHRC-funded Rapa Nui Landscapes of Construction project, has been interviewed for the Times about Rapa Nui's (Easter Island's) outstanding creativity with stone.

Liaison Committee inquiry on the effectiveness of Select Committees

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Robert Hazell and Meg Russell appeared before the House of Commons Liaison Committee today. They gave expert evidence on the issue of the power and effectiveness of Select Committees.

Institute student awarded Eila Campbell Scholarship

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Miljana Radivojevic

Congratulations to Miljana Radivojevic who has been awarded the Eila Campbell Scholarship by the British Federation of Women Graduates.

Constitution Unit gives evidence to Justice Committee scrutinising FOIA

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Robert Hazell and Ben Worthy both appeared before the House of Commons Justice Committee today. They gave expert evidence as part of the post-legislative scrutiny of the Freedom of Information Act (2000).

Textiles & Textile Production in Europe

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Textiles & Textile Production in Europe (bookcover)

Research undertaken by Margarita Gleba as a Marie-Curie funded Research Fellow at the Institute has recently been published by Oxbow Books.

ExCiteS

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Extreme Citizen Science (ExCiteS) Research Group - Launched at Citizen Cyber Science Summit 2012. UCL Anthropology’s collaboration with UCL Engineering officially launched at the Royal Geographic Society on February 16th. Watch talks from leading figures exploring the possibilities of citizen cyber science. The Launch is reported in Nature . Read about it on Andrea Wiggins blog. There a range of reports on talks at http://gridtalk-project.blogspot.com/

Archaeological Solutions to Global Challenges

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AAAS Meeting on Building a Global Knowledge Society

Jago Cooper has been invited to present a paper on the Punctuated Equilibrium of Human-Climate-Environment relationships at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) meeting in Vancouver.

Lecturer in Quantitative Methods in Anthropology

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There is a vacancy in the department for a Lectureship in Quantitative Methods in Anthropology (Ref:1234295).

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