The Institute of Archaeology is happy to announce the second Palaeolithic Seminar Series to be held between January and March 2020. The lecture series will consist of a range of topics linked by a common theme: Revisiting Palaeolithic Archaeology.
This series will explore (but is not limited to) the process of, and results from revisiting historic palaeolithic sites, assemblages, theoretical models, concepts and assumptions, techniques, and understudied geographic regions. We are excited to host a range of fascinating talks by both established researchers, early career researchers and PhD students.
All are welcome to attend in room 609 of the Institute of Archaeology, UCL at 5pm. Please join us for the talk and informal drinks in a local pub afterwards.
The preliminary schedule is listed below
Wednesday 15/01/2020 – 5pm
Dr Suzy White, UCL Anthropology
Wednesday 22/01/2020 – 5pm
Nick Ashton, British Museum
Wednesday 29/01/2020 – 5pm
Dr Natasha Reynolds, University of Bordeaux
Wednesday 05/02/2020 – 5pm
Dr James Coles, University of Brighton
Wednesday 12/02/2020 – 5pm
Dr Rob Hosfield, University of Reading
Wednesday 26/02/2020 – 5pm
Dr Lesley Blundell, UCL Institute of Archaeology
Wednesday 04/03/2020 – 5pm
Professor Nick Barton, University of Oxford
Wednesday 11/03/2020 – 5pm
Katarina Almeida Warren, University of Oxford
Wednesday 25/03/2020 – 5pm
Dr Katerina Douka, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
Title: Yet to be announced