Reconstructing Gaza's maritime past: New surveys at Tell Ruqeish and Tell es-Sakan
03 October 2022, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm
The first seminar in the UCL Institute of Archaeology Research Seminar series for Term I, 2022-23 will be given by Georgia Andreou on 3 October.
This event is free.
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UCL Institute of Archaeology Research Seminars Programme | Term I, 2022-23
The Term I seminar series will again highlight current Institute of Archaeology research. These will be hybrid events with limited places for in-person attendees as well as livestreamed on Zoom.
- 3 October: Georgia Andreou (World Archaeology): Reconstructing Gaza's maritime past: New surveys at Tell Ruqeish and Tell es-Sakan
- 10 October: Kevin MacDonald & Eloise Noc (World Archaeology): Remote Sensing Ancient Mali: Situating Monuments, Redefining Settlement Systems
- 17 October: Rafie Cecilia (Heritage Studies): Creating accessible digital images for visually impaired museum audiences and researchers
- 24 October: Miljana Radivojevic (Archaeological Sciences) & Ben Roberts (Durham): The Rise of Metallurgy in Eurasia: archaeological science and new interpretations
- 31 October: Claudia Naeser (World Archaeology): Life and Death in Medieval Nubia: New discoveries from Mograt island
[7 November: Reading Week - no seminar]
- 14 November: Ellen Pavey (Heritage Studies): Theorising invisibility in the art museum
- 21 November: Sada Mire (Heritage Studies): The impact of endangered research in archaeology and heritage into myths (such as sacred blood) and their role in sustainability, past and present
- 28 November: Bill Sillar (Archaeological Sciences) & Louise Rayner (ASE), Ian Jackson et al: From the Medway to Butser: The excavation and experimental reconstruction of a Romano-British Kiln
- 5 December: Dominic Perring (World Archaeology): The archaeology of Roman London and its contribution to our understanding of the ancient world
- 12 December: Matthew Pope (Archaeological Sciences; ASE) & Letty Ingrey (ASE): Discovering Neanderthal landscapes in southern Britain: New research strategies and results