Institute of Archaeology


Reconnecting Roman Britain

1 November 2022

Andrew Gardner (UCL Institute of Archaeology) is co-organiser of a new one-day event entitled 'Reconnecting Roman Britain', being held at Senate House on 11 November 2022.

Picture of a wall (Hadrian's wall) running through the landscape (green fields)

‘Reconnecting Roman Britain’ is a new one-day, in-person event aimed at showcasing the latest research and findings on Britain in the Roman world and enhancing cross-sector and community connections. The event will include a wide range of contributions on recent discoveries and investigations into the archaeology of Roman Britain.

The inaugural event will take place in the Chancellor's Hall at Senate House, London, on Friday 11 November 2022, and is organised by Andrew Gardner, Natasha Harlow, Lisa Lodwick and Sadie Watson, on behalf of the Britannia Editorial Board of the Roman Society, and with the generous support of the Roman Society's Archaeology Committee.

The aim is for this to be the first in an annual series of events, with future day-conferences taking place at rotating locations across the UK. The event is free but places are limited and pre-booking is required via the link below.

Programme & Registration