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Archive of News from the Institute of Archaeology

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Chris Stringer to give Institute of Archaeology Annual Lecture 2013

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Prof Chris Stringer holding the Broken Hill skull (Photo courtesy of The Natural History Museum, London)

Chris Stringer (Natural History Museum) will give the Institute of Archaeology Annual Lecture 2013 on 1 May.

NERC grant success for Dorian Fuller

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Wet rice cultivation, Orissa

Congratulations to Dorian Fuller who has received a major new NERC award for the continuation of his ground-breaking research on early rice agriculture.

Computer Applications in Archaeology UK Chapter Meeting

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Computer Applications in Archaeology UK Chapter Meeting

Mark Lake will present the keynote address at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology UK Chapter meeting being hosted by L-P Archaeology on 22-23 February.

Essex County Council proposes merger with ASE

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Archaeology South-East

Essex County Council is proposing to transfer the services of its Field Archaeology Unit (FAU) to Archaeology South-East, becoming part of the wider provision of the Applied Archaeology services offered by UCL.

Communicating Conservation

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Communicating Conservation - Graffiti: decorating our streets

Institute students undertaking the course on 'Issues in Conservation: Context of Conservation' have designed and produced posters communicating specific aspects of conservation.

Forming Material Egypt

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Forming Material Egypt

The Institute of Archaeology Annual Conference will take place this year on 20-21 May on the topic of 'Forming Material Egypt' and a call for papers has now been announced.

Digging the Past: Archaeology on TV

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Mortimer Wheeler

Joe Flatman is contributing to a one-day event about Archaeology on TV at the British Film Institute (BFI) on 19 January.

Lost Kingdoms of South America

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Jago Cooper

Jago Cooper, Institute alumnus and now Curator of the Americas at the British Museum, will be presenting the first of his four-part television series 'Lost Kingdoms of South America' on BBC4 this evening.

Call for papers for new Journal of Contemporary Archaeology

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Journal of Contemporary Archaeology

Rodney Harrison is General Editor of the new Journal of Contemporary Archaeology for which a call for papers is announced.

Terracotta Army research in BBC's top archaeology stories of 2012

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View of Pit 1 of the Terracotta Warriors (Photo: Xia Juxian)

Collaborative research on the Terracotta Army undertaken by Institute staff and Chinese colleagues features as one of the top archaeology stories of 2012.

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