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Seminars and Events

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Members of the EMA are involved in a range of fieldwork projects (see Programme pages). Details of current fieldwork is listed here»

Institute of Archaeology / British Museum Joint Medieval Seminars

Sponsored by the World Archaeology Section (UCL Institute of Archaeology) and the British Museum, these monthly meetings have been held for over 30 years. 

Current series convenors:

If you would like to be added to the mailing list for the Seminar, please contact the Meetings Secretary: Victoria Ziegler (IoA), email: victoria.ziegler.14@ucl.ac.uk

A list of current and previous programmes are listed below:

The Sir David Wilson Lecture in Medieval Studies

The inaugural Sir David Wilson Lecture in Medieval Studies was delivered by Professor Chris Wickham, Chichele Professor of Medieval History at the University of Oxford, on Wednesday 22nd October 2008 on Problems about the dialogue between medieval history and medieval archaeology. This annual lecture is named in honour of Sir David Wilson, former Professor of Medieval Archaeology at UCL and then Director of the British Museum. The event is held jointly each year with colleagues who together form the Earlier Middle Ages seminar based at the University of London's Institute of Historical Research.

Sir David Wilson Lecturers 2008 - present
2008 Professor Chris Wickham (Oxford)
2009 Professor Richard Morris (Leeds)
2010 Professor Simon Keynes (Cambridge)
2011 Professor Stefan Brink (Aberdeen)
2012 Professor Barbara Yorke (Winchester)
2013 Professor Roberta Gilchrist (Reading)
2014 Professor Guy Halsall (York)
2015 Professor Chris Scull (UCL)
2016 Professor Wendy Davies (UCL)
2017 Professor James Graham-Campbell (UCL)
2018 Professor Michael Wood (Manchester)
2019 Professor Neil Price (Uppsala)

Conferences and Workshops

  • AR9 - Place-Names and Archaeology: inter-disciplinary perspectives in a European context. Session at EAA Glasgow 2015 2-5 September 2015

Early Medieval Interdisciplinary Conference Series (EMICS) at UCL