Archaeology South-East


ASE research at heart of Institute of Archaeology seminar series

19 December 2022

UK Archaeology is the theme of the Spring Term's seminar series, which runs from 9 January - 20 March 2023. ASE archaeologists will be presenting research and results of excavations from across the south east, and further afield. Information on how to attend below!

Four archaeologists sit trowling in a line. Their backs are to us and UCL Archaeology South-East is visible on their high visibility clothing.

The UCL Institute of Archaeology and Archaeology South-East Research Seminars Programme has been announced for Term II (Jan - March 2023). Many ASE staff and our Institute colleagues will be presenting on the theme of UK Archaeology. ASE contributions include fascinating research on medieval pastoralism, 'warrior' burials, geoarchaeology, Roman feeding vessels, and saltworking, from sites across the south east and beyond.

These seminars are on Mondays at 5pm and can be attended in-person and virtually via MS Teams for free! Contact Jo Dullaghan via email (j.dullaghan[at]ucl.ac.uk) if you're interested in attending any of the below. She will add you to an email list so you will recieve the MS Teams link before each session.


9 January: Andy Margetts - Medieval Pastoralism: Lessons for our Landscape
16 January: Teresa Viera and Jim Stevenson - Drawn swords and the walking dead: the last Iron Age warriors of Britain?
23 January: Rob Cullum - Commercial Archaeology in Practice: Late Prehistoric Settlement at Heybridge, Essex
30 January: Gabriel Moshenska - The Legend of Ea-Nasir: how a Babylonian businessman became an internet meme
6 February: Alice Duleba-Dowsett - 13,000 years of natural and human induced landscape change in the Wantsum Valley, Kent
[13 February: UCL Reading Week - no seminar]
20 February: Kris Lockyear - Community Geophysics: reflections on the first decade
27 February: Kayt Hawkins - Current research on Roman feeding cups (title tbc)
6 March: Hayley Nicholls - A new lowland hillfort. Presenting the Late Bronze Age enclosed site at Madgwick Lane, Chichester
13 March: Stuart Brookes - Peasant perceptions of landscape: Ewelme hundred, South Oxfordshire, 500–1650
20 March: Anna Doherty - Saltworking at Pococks Field, Eastbourne