Archaeology at Sheffield ranked 29th in the world
Archaeology at Sheffield is ranked Top 50 in the world at 29th in the 2020 QS World University Rankings
Black Death 'Plague Pit' discovered at 14th-century monastery hospital
A mass burial of bodies, known to be victims of the Black Death, has been discovered at the site of a 14th-century monastery hospital at Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire.
Sheffield Archaeology student wins Barzun Prize
Sheffield Archaeology student and Fulbright scholar, Emma Schlauder has won the Barzun Prize
New and exciting Masters courses in Archaeology for 2020 entry
We're excited to be launching three Masters programmes this year. They offer new opportunities for our international community of Masters students to study archaeological science, bioarchaeology and heritage.
Professor Maureen Carroll is the prestigious AIA Lecturer 2019
In late October and early November, Professor Maureen Carroll will be delivering lectures to Canadian branches of the Archaeological Institute of America.