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Job Vacancy: Lecturer in Mediterranean Archaeology

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The Mediterranean

The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Lecturer in Mediterranean Archaeology (Ref.:1452839). The deadline for applications is 27 March 2015.

Matt Pope reports again for BBC Radio 4's Making History

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Matt Pope talking technology on BBC Radio 4

Matt Pope has reported for the BBC Radio 4 programme Making History on the future of Old Oswestry Hillfort in Shropshire.

Ceramic Technology network re-launch

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Ceramic Technology

The Institute's Ceramic Technology research network is being re-launched with a pottery handling event on 1 April.

Sue Hamilton interviewed by The Times on Rapa Nui study

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Statues at Ahu Tongariki

Sue Hamilton was recently asked to comment on a study that suggests that European disease led to the demise of Easter Islanders.

Central Mediterranean Prehistory Seminar

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Central Mediterranean Prehistory Seminar

The annual seminar on Central Mediterranean Prehistory will be held at the UCL Institute of Archaeology in May 2015 for which a call for papers has been announced with a deadline of 5 March.

Elucidating ancient writings with reflectance transformation imaging

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RTI false colour visualisation of Herculaneum papyri

Institute alumna Kathryn Piquette has been invited to present her research using Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) and also to provide training to researchers in this regard.

Approaches to the documentation and sustainable management of archaeological heritage

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British Council Researcher Links

Tim Williams and Gai Jorayev (Centre for Applied Archaeology) have been awarded a British Council Researcher Links grant to host a workshop for early career researchers in Kazakhstan.

Matt Pope talking technology on BBC Radio 4

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Matt Pope talking technology on BBC Radio 4

Matt Pope has been interviewed for BBC Radio 4's A History of Ideas programme on tools and human evolution.

Henry Cleere awarded prestigious Gazzola Prize

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Institute Honorary Professor, Henry Cleere

Congratulations to Henry Cleere (Honorary Visiting Professor at the Institute), who was recently awarded the Gazzola Prize at ICOMOS' General Assembly in Florence.

Humans responsible for extinction of Ice Age mammals

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Locations of the examined Syrian archaeological sites where silicious scoria were found

Research involving the Institute's Dorian Fuller appears to suggest that human intervention contributed to the extinction of Ice Age mammals.

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