UCD School of Archaeology - Research Seminar Series 2011/12
All welcome to UCD's School of Archaeology - Research Seminar Series 2011/12.
Every Thursday at 5 pm, Room A109, Newman Building, UCD, Dublin.
Week 2: Thursday 26th January 2012
Prof. Poul Holm, Trinity College Dublin
“Fishing Matters – historical perspectives on the impacts of fisheries on ecosystems and human societies”
Week 3: Thursday 2nd February 2012
Prof. Charlotte Damm, NUI Galway
"Mesolithic and Neolithic religious perceptions - examples from Scandinavia."
Week 4: Thursday 9th February 2012
Dr Gill Juleff, University of Exeter
"Technology and evolution: Asian metallurgy from protohistoric Sri Lanka to Japanese steel.”
Week 5: Thursday 16th February 2012
Dr Philip de Souza, School of Classics, UCD
"Ancient Naval Warfare: new evidence and new approaches.”
Week 6: Thursday 23rd February, 2012
Dr Anthony Beck, University of Leeds
"The DART project: Detection of Archaeological Residues using remote sensing Techniques "
Week 7: Thursday 1st March 2012
Dr Gill Plunkett, Queen’s University Belfast
"Shouldn't talk about the weather but...: a critique of climate-cultural
relationships in Later Prehistoric and Early Medieval Ireland.”
Week 8: Thursday 29th March, 2012
Fiona Beglane, Sligo IT
“Finding medieval deerparks in the Irish countryside.”
Monday 2nd April 2012, Venue TBC
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY INAUGURAL LECTURE
Professor Dominic Powlesland, University of Leeds/Landscape Research Centre
“From Landscape to Lostscape: Three decades of research
into the Landscape Archaeology of the Vale of Pickering”
Week 9: Thursday 5th April 2012
Prof. John Moreland, University of Sheffield
"The Barrow and the Cross: Landscapes of Belief in Anglo-Saxon England."
Week 10: Thursday 12th April 2012
John Sheehan, University College Cork
"Viking Silver Hoards in Ireland: some issues.”
Week 11: Thursday 19th April 2012
Dr Chris Dalgleish, University of Glasgow
“Archaeology and the creation of the future landscape”