13,000 years of natural and human induced landscape change in the Wantsum Valley, Kent
06 February 2023, 5:00 pm–6:00 pm
The fifth research seminar in the UCL Institute of Archaeology & Archaeology South-East thematic series on UK Archaeology in 2023 will be given by Alice Duleba-Dowsett on 6 February.
This event is free.
Prof Andrew Gardner and Louise Rayner
612Institute of Archaeology31-34 Gordon SquareLondonWC1H 0PY
The Term II thematic seminar series will be concerned with UK Archaeology in 2023. These will be hybrid events, with in-person attendance in Room 612 of the UCL Institute of Archaeology as well as a livestream (and recording) via MSTeams.
UCL Institute of Archaeology & Archaeology South-East Research Seminars Programme | Term II, 2022-23
- 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: Simon Stevens - The Stiances archaeological project: working with children, animals and the National Archive
- 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 - A bottle for baby: some aspects of infant care in Roman Britain
- 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 (title tbc)
Non UCL-IoA/ASE participants should contact Jo Dullaghan (email@example.com) to be added to our events list to receive the MSTeams links.