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ASE help to uncover Petworth Park's hidden past

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Petworth House and Park in summer

Archaeology South-East (ASE) will join National Trust staff and community volunteers at Petworth House and Park, West Sussex in an exploration of the house's past.

Institute welcomes new postdoctoral researchers

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UCL Institute of Archaeology (Image courtesy of Lisa Daniel)

Welcome to new postdoctoral researchers Noriyuki Shirai and Chris Stevens who joined the Institute recently. 

View from the trenches: Romania (2013)

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Excavations at Tăşnad, Romania (2013)

Institute staff and students are currently continuing their excavations at Tăşnad, Satu Mare country, in Northwestern Romania.

Faculty Administrative Scholarships 2013-14

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We are pleased to announce that the Faculty Administrative Scholarships have been awarded for 2013-14.

These scholarships are for staff in the Faculties of Arts & Humanities, and Social & Historical Sciences, and aim to recognise the commitment and skills of administrative colleagues.

First farming from China to Southeast Asia

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Prof Dorian Fuller's world-leading research on the development of agriculture is being presented as a series of public events in China. Following his talk in Guangdong Province in 4 July, Dorian continued his journey to Yunnan Province. On 8 July, Dorian gave a lecture at Yunnan Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology entitled "At the crossroads of Asian agriculture: Yunnan and the comparative study of pathways to agriculture in China and tropical Asian". 

Professor Richard Bellamy appointed Director of the Max Weber Programme

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Professor Richard Bellamy has been appointed Director of the Max Weber programme at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, where he shall also be a Professor in Social and Political Sciences, with an affiliation to the Law and History departments. He will take up this position on 1 May 2014, having been granted exceptional leave from UCL in order to do so.

Remote Sensing for Community Archaeology

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Preliminary results of the second day of survey at Verulamium

Kris Lockyear's AHRC-funded Connected Communities project is running a week-long course in Remote Sensing for community heritage groups from 8-12 July 2013.

Job Vacancy: Teaching Fellow in Forensic Archaeological Science

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Forensic analysis of human remains

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Teaching Fellow in Forensic Archaeological Science (Ref.:1345874). The deadline for applications is 16 July 2013. 

First farming from China to Southeast Asia

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First farming from China to Southeast Asia

Dorian Fuller's world-leading research on the development of agriculture is being presented this week at a public event in China.

European Public Policy Students in Brussels

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European Public Policy Students in Brussels

European Public Policy Students in Brussels (click image to view larger version).

On 6th June, students from the Department’s MSc in European Public Policy went on their annual study trip to Brussels to visit the European Parliament, to meet practitioners from the European Commission, the External Action Service and a business organisation, and to gain first hand insights into the institutions, decision-making and policy-challenges studied during their programme.

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