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CambridgeArchaeology 23m
Delighted to welcome Felipe Criado-Boado from to the McDonald Institute today to discuss the future of European archaeology with our students and staff.
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Friederike Jürcke 4h
📣 Call for Papers 📝 Vol 35.2 - Knowledge-scapes How was knowledge developed and shared in ancient societies? Interested in contributing? Take a look:
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Aegean Archaeology Group 6h
🚨RESCHEDULED event this week, due to strike🚨 Giulia Muti () “Spinning threads to weave identities: an investigation of the social aspects of textile production in Early and Middle Bronze Age Cyprus” WEDNESDAY 19th Feb, 1-2pm SOUTH LECTURE ROOM,
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CambridgeArchaeology Feb 6
EVENT: Join us on Tuesday, 18 February at the McDonald Institute for the Department of Archaeology's second annual LGBT+ History Month lecture "Queer(y)ing the Past" delivered by Dan Vo. 🏳️‍🌈 🏳️‍⚧️ All are welcome to attend.
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Cambridge Medieval 7h
1) The Medieval Archaeology Group meets at 1:15pm in 's McDonald Seminar Room. Amira Bennison will present, 'Ibn 'Abd Rabbih's encounters with the pre-Islamic past in twelfth-century North Africa.'
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Modern European History at Cambridge 10h
At 1pm today, of will speak on 'Fossils in the Fayum: Biogeography and Colonial Palaeontology in the 1900s' at The Cabinet of Natural History Seminar. Seminar Room 1,
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CambridgeArchaeology Feb 15
Learning about and human remains with Dr Susanne Hakenbeck at today’s ⚒🏺💀
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CambridgeArchaeology Feb 15
We’re kicking off today’s with Dr Martin Worthington and “The Madness of Marduck, or; working out the logic of a Babylonian hymn”
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Andreas Angourakis Feb 14
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CambridgeArchaeology Feb 14
When it’s Valentine’s Day, but you’re an archaeologist....💗
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CambridgeArchaeology Feb 14
PUBLISHED: How different were Europe’s earliest Neolithic farmers compared to their hunter-gatherer predecessors? T. Branscombe, M. Bosch & P. Miracle use isotope analysis to examine seasonal shellfishing across the E Adriatic Meso-Neolithic Transition ⬇️
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Benjamin Utting Feb 13
Excited to be giving a talk on my PhD research tomorrow in Cambridge!
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CambridgeArchaeology Feb 13
BLOG: Read all about MPhil student Rodrigo Córdova-Rosado's recent archaeoastronomy fieldwork in the American Southwest on our new student blog
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British Institute in Eastern Africa Feb 12
with where speakers are covering iron production, shrine archaeology & kingship and monasticism in Ethiopia_26 Feb Details & registration:
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Cambridge Heritage Research Centre Feb 12
Tomorrow: Join us for another lunchtime seminars on Thursday 13 Feb at the McDonald Institute where Prof Helaine Silverman will be presenting her new Mythic Mississippi Project.
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Modern European History at Cambridge Feb 12
RSVP today for 's annual heritage lecture on 26 February! of presents ⬇️ 'Restitution and the ‘Missing Body’: South Africa and Austria in Question'
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British Institute in Eastern Africa Feb 9
Kick starting our 60th year anniversary celebrations, join the BIEA and guest speakers Dr Niall Finneran and H.E. Mr Fesseha Shawel Gebre as we celebrate 60 years of successful partnership with Ethiopia. Seats limited so please sign up early here:
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Palgrave Culture & Media Feb 11
Out now! 'Memorials in the Aftermath of Armed Conflict: From History to Heritage' takes a completely original approach to studying memorials as complex, changeable cultural heritage sites.
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The Cyprus Institute Feb 11
organised the Colloquium entitled "Reconstructing Craft Production and the Everyday at the Early Bronze Aegean: Dhaskalio as a Case Study" within the context of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The speaker was STARC Assistant Professor, Dr Evi Margaritis
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Beatriz Marín-Aguilera Feb 11
Wonderful experience last week discussing with early modern students in how to integrate in their research: Gender, slavery, indentured labour, resistance and much more!
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