Beauchief Fieldcourse Exhibition in the Department of Archaeology - This Week!
We would like to invite everyone in the department to check out our exhibition which was inspired by the dig at Beauchief Abbey, which was completed by Level 1 and 2 students over the summer.
4,000-Year-Old Coffin Discovered in a Golf Course Pond
Our Staff and Students led the team that helped recover the rare Bronze Age find
The Wellbeing Awards 2020/21
Professor Caroline Jackson, Head of the Archaeology Department, has received the "Outstanding Contribution" Award from the University of Sheffield's Wellbeing Awards Initiative
Roman Bread Experiment
Students on the Experimental Archaeology module have been recreating Roman bread and the ovens they were baked in this semester.
Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships 2021- Applications now open
We are now accepting applications for the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship scheme for 2021. We are seeking outstanding applicants who can build on departmental strengths and capacity in line with departmental research strategies.
Sheffield’s long-lost castle reveals the city’s deep roots in the Middle Ages
New book from Professor John Moreland provides a window on the city’s medieval history – giving people a chance to explore the city’s true origins, track its development over time and consider what it means for the city’s future identity.