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FSA Honours for Institute alumni

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Society of Antiquaries of London

Congratulations to Institute alumni Reuben Grima and Dan Swift who were elected earlier this year as Fellows of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

Art, sport and archaeology meet for London 2012

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London Occupation Rio, an artistic movement part of the London 2012 festival

Renata Peters and Rachel Farmer (MSc in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums) feature in a video made for ‘London Occupation Rio’, in preparation for the 2012 Olympics.

Select Committee confirms Constitution Unit analysis in review of Freedom of Information Act

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In its Post-Legislative Scrutiny of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, to be published on Thursday 26 July, the Commons Justice Committee has drawn heavily on the Constitution Unit’s analysis of how well the FOI Act is working, and cited the Unit’s research and evidence over 40 times in the Committee’s report.

Remote Sensing in Ogallala

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Students on the course undertake a resistance survey at Alkali Station

Kris Lockyear was once again invited to participate in remote sensing teaching by the US National Parks Service.

The Independent View: Making Coalition Government Work - Lessons for the Future

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Dr Ben Yong writing in Liberal Democrat Voice

In 2011 the Constitution Unit spent one year examining how the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition works. We interviewed almost 150 people about the Coalition: individuals from both parties—both in and outside Parliament—as well as civil servants, journalists, and interest groups. We have just published the result of our study in a book: The Politics of Coalition: How the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition Works

'Fragments of possibility' at the Palestine Sunbird Pavilion

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International design showcase

Beverley Butler has been involved in the development of an international design showcase to highlight the heritage of ancient everyday life. 

Summer Roll of Honours

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Roll of Honours




The Department of History is delighted to announce the following:

Professor Julian Hoppit has just been made a Fellow of the British Academy.

Institute students supporting London 2012

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Olympic rings on display at St Pancras International Station, London

With just under a week to go to the start of the London 2012 Games, Institute students have been chosen to support athletes at the Olympics and Paralympics. 

Sally Worrell on Britain's Secret Treasures

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Panel of experts on Britain's Secret Treasures being broadcast by ITV, including Sally Worrell (Image courtesy of the Portable Antiquities Scheme)

Sally Worrell was invited to join the panel of experts for Britain's Secret Treasures, being broadcast by ITV this week. 

YAC London Wall Walk

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YAC London Wall Walk

Current and former Institute staff and students will be walking multiple laps of the line of the old city of London walls, raising money for the Young Archaeologists Club (YAC) on 24 July. 

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