The Rise of Early Rome. Networks and Domination in Central Italy (1050-500 BC)
06 December 2021, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm
The penultimate seminar in the UCL Institute of Archaeology Research Seminar virtual series for Term I, 2021-22 will be given by Francesca Fulminante on 6 December.
This event is free.
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Institute of Archaeology Sections
UCL Institute of Archaeology Research Seminars Programme | Term I, 2021-22
The Term I seminar series, which is due to be held virtually, will highlight current Institute of Archaeology research.
Mondays, 4pm (online via Zoom)
- 4 October: Dorian Fuller (Archaeological Sciences): Domesticating Holocene Earth: notes on five research agendas for anthropocene archaeology
- 11 October: Miguel Carrero Pazos (Archaeological Sciences): MegaScapes: Comparative Models of Megalithic Landscapes in Neolithic Atlantic Europe
- 18 October: Ellen Pavey (Heritage Studies): Communicating collection care in the art museum: making visible the networked life of a contemporary artwork
- 25 October: Remi Hadad (World Archaeology): When the dust settles: A rhythmanalysis of Pre-Pottery Neolithic sedentism
1 November: Rhiannon Stevens (Archaeological Sciences): UP-North: The peopling of Northern Europe at the end of the last ice age
[8 November: Reading Week - no seminar]
- 15 November: Marco Nebbia (World Archaeology): Urban citizens before cities in Chalcolithic Europe
- 22 November: Rodney Harrison (Heritage Studies): Reimagining Museums for Climate Action
- 29 November: Georgia Andreou (World Archaeology): The impact of cyclones on maritime archaeology. Examples from Oman
- 6 December: Francesca Fulminante (World Archaeology): The Rise of Early Rome. Networks and Domination in Central Italy (1050-500 BC)
- 13 December: Mark Roberts (Archaeological Sciences): The Middle Pleistocene behavioral repertoire: what’s new?
Please contact Jo Dullaghan for the Zoom link for each seminar.