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Emma Brownlee Jul 6
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And lots of debate about selective mortality. No one can agree if males or females were more likely to die of plague, contradictory data depending on where you look. Perhaps selective mortality was more to do with cultural factors than sex differences?
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Routledge History, Heritage Studies & Archaeology Jul 7
To coincide with the@SocMedArch 2019 Annual Conference , we are pleased to offer you free access to this special collection: “The Long Black Death: New Perspectives. Read it free access here:
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Alice Rose Jul 7
Had a fab weekend with part of the team at the conference. Listened to lots of great new research, had some really productive chats and got lots of new ideas.
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Richard Nevell Jul 6
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Alice Rose Jul 6
Lots of great research from brought together by at . (Also repping for as she is the only female presenter today 😮 )
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Emma Brownlee Jul 6
Lots of good stuff this morning, particularly interested in the apparent shift in attitudes to plague dead from the 14th century to the 17th century: more mass graves later, less normative burials
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Medieval Archaeology Jul 5
And now for the keynote address by Monica H Green kicking off two days of discussion on the
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Emma Lockwood Jul 2
Ready for the 's conference this weekend? Immerse yourself in all things Black Death with our collection, but try not to catch anything...💀
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Medieval Archaeology Jul 5
Our annual conference is starting! welcomes a full room to and introduces our President
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Medieval Archaeology Jul 5
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Alice Rose Jul 5
Now its time for Craig Cessford to talk about new approaches to finding y.pestis on behalf of
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Dawn Hadley Jul 5
Delighted to have welcomed delegates to the annual conference First up is speaking on 'The Historian, The Archaeologist & the Geneticist: Pandemic Thinking'. Right away she is challenging us about the need to think big!!
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Dawn Hadley Jun 5
New paper on the Justinianic Plague! Looking forward to welcoming some of the authors of this paper when we host the annual conference on The Long Black Death: new perspectives on 5th/6th July
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Michaël Gourvennec Jul 8
Back from York ! 2 jours sur le thème 'The long Black Death', New perspectives, organisées par . Des com' passionnantes ac des approches variées 2 la PN (apparit°, diffus°, effets, csqces) & de son étude. Des échanges enrichissant !
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