Archaeology News

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  • The 17th Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology Round Table

    The 17th Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology Round Table

    The 17th Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology Round Table took place on 1st-3rd April 2016 in the Department of Archaeology.

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    The Digital Ossuary

    The Rothwell Charnel Chapel Project, a community-engaged project, launches its new web site and Digital Ossuary!

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    We’re At The SAA!

    Staff and students from the Archaeology Department at the University of Sheffield will be attending North America’s premier Archaeology conference, the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Orlando, Florida from 6th - 10th April 2016.

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    Congratulations to Dr Michael Wallace

    The Department of Archaeology welcomes Dr Michael Wallace, who has been appointed Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Early Agriculture.

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    Celebrating Sheffield Archaeology’s World Ranking: Our Students and Employment

    The QS World University Subject Ranking – which places Sheffield Archaeology 13th in the world! – recognises not just our research and teaching excellence but also the reputation of our department and our students when they enter employment.

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    QS World University Rankings

    The QS World University Rankings were published today and we are delighted to be among the top Archaeology departments world wide – we are ranked 13th in the world!

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    Imperial wine-making in Roman Italy

    Professor Maureen Carroll discusses the latest evidence for wine production on the Roman imperial estate that she, along with the help of Sheffield and international students, has been excavating at Vagnari, southern Italy.

  • Image investigating Amazon, maenad, prostitute and Thracian dress

    The Image Speaks

    Natasha Andronikou, a third-year PhD student in the Department of Archaeology was one of the participants in this year's The Image Speaks, a collaborative exhibition between photographer Andy Brown and PhD students from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

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    Sheffield Archaeology in the news!

    A recent Current Archaeology article, co-authored by Sheffield Archaeology PhD student Pete Townend, Hugh Willmott and colleagues, has sparked international media interest.

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    PhD Studentship opportunities in Archaeology

    PhD Studentship opportunities in Archaeology

    The Department of Archaeology is pleased to announce three new funded PhD studentships for 2016.

  • Inglis and Platts SURE

    SURE Projects

    Two Archaeology undergraduates have won awards for their participation in the Sheffield Undergraduate Research Experience scheme in the summer of 2015.

  • The St Patrick's Chapel Excavation Project

    Watch an Introduction to the St Patrick's Chapel Excavation Project

    An introductory video has been produced for the ongoing St Patrick's Chapel Excavation Project. The project, led by the department's Dr Katie Hemer in conjunction with Dyfed Archaeological Trust, explores an early Medieval Christian cemetery in Pembrokeshire.

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    Announcing the Department of Archaeology Student Photography Competition

    The Department of Archaeology is launching a new photography competition for students with prizes across five categories.

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    MEMOLA a Top 5 Innovative Project

    The MEMOLA (Mediterranean Mountainous Landscapes) project has been ranked by the EU Humanities Scientific Committee as one of their top five European innovative research projects.

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    Patricia Phillips Prize

    We are delighted to announce the winner of the Patricia Phillips Prize for best overall performance on our Masters programmes in 2014-15 is Ellen Finn, MA Aegean Archaeology. This prize was established in 2000 in honour of Dr Patricia Phillips, a former Reader in the Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, who died in August 1999.