Archaeology News

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  • Conference

    Postgraduate Research Conference: 24th and 25th January 2018

    We warmly invite all PhD students, MA students, and students in their final year of undergraduate study to the annual Archaeology Postgraduate Research Conference, to be held on 24th-25th January in the John Pemberton Lecture Theatre A (Regent Court).

  • Sheffield Castle

    Sheffield Archaeology in the news!

    A team from the Department of Archaeology at the University of Sheffield has found new evidence for the history of the Sheffield Castle. The study was led by Professor John Moreland, Professor Dawn Hadley and Dr. Gareth Dean in collaboration with archaeological specialists in the city.

  • New summer course added to the successful Zooarchaeology short courses

    The Zooarchaeology team of the University of Sheffield is delighted to announce that we will be running a new four-day short course in July 2018, entitled ‘History of the British Fauna: wild and domestic vertebrates’. The course will run from the 16th to the 19th of July 2018 and aims to provide the participants with a basic knowledge of the development of the British fauna from the Pleistocene to Modern days.

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    We’re at the AIAs!

    Members of staff of Department of Archaeology present at the Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting

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    Archaeology Student Photo Competition Autumn 2017

    Sheffield Archaeology students submitted photos in four categories for our recent photo competition. Here are the category winners, as well as the overall competition winner, selected by our judge, professional photographer Linda Bussey.

  • PGT Funding Opportunities with the Department of Archaeology

    Please visit our Fees and Funding web pages to find out about the scholarships, loans, and grants available to PGT students studying with the Department of Archaeology.

    This article is located in a different section of the University of Sheffield website.

  • Dr Lenny Salvagno

    Congratulations to Dr. Lenny Salvagno

    Congratulations to Dr. Lenny Salvagno who has been awarded a Gerda Henkel Stiftung postdoctoral research scholarship.

  • PhD funding opportunities with Sheffield Archaeology!

    Department of Archaeology is pleased to announce that various University funding schemes and WRoCAH competition for PhD studentships is now open!

  • York Culture Awards 2017

    York Culture Awards 2017 - Congratulations!

    Congratulations to Dawn Hadley, Head of Department of Archaeology, who was part of a team that last week won the York City Culture Award for Excellence in Media Arts, for the Virtual Reality presentation of the Viking winter at Torksey.

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    Lost and Found as part of Being Human festival

    Archaeology students and staff, alongside the Archaeology In The City departmental outreach programme, recently took part in the nation-wide Being Human festival at Weston Park Museum.

  • Dr Lousie Iles

    Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Opportunity with Sheffield Archaeology

    The Department of Archaeology is pleased to announce that Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship Scheme is now open for applications. If you are interested in conducting postdoctoral research within this scheme at the Department of Archaeology, please register your interest by December 15, 2017.

  • Careers Week

    Careers & Employability Week at the Department of Archaeology

    Enhance your degree experience and potential! The department has just completed another successful Careers & Employability Week! We would like to thank our partners for their invaluable insights and all students for their enthusiastic participation.

  • Trees in England

    “Trees in England”: A new publication by member of staff Toby Pillatt

    A new publication “Trees in England: Management and disease since 1600” by Tom Williamson, Gerry Barnes and Toby Pillatt, our teaching associate in archaeological heritage, has just been released this week.

  • Student Photo Competition 2017

    The Department of Archaeology student photo competition is now open! Deadline for submissions is 30th November 2017.

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    Toby Pillatt performs as part of Telling the Bees: an AHRC-funded interdisciplinary research project

    Over the past year Toby Pillatt, the department’s teaching associate in archaeological heritage, has been part of the AHRC-funded project Telling the Bees, an interdisciplinary research project (Feb 2017 - Jan 2018) between Universities of York, Sheffield and Lancaster, working with GrowTheatre (Sheffield) and Explore York Libraries & Archives. The project aims to develop and promote new ways of thinking about bees and beekeeping through design, drama, and digital making.