Archaeology News

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    Exceptional new labs, research facilities, teaching space and staff offices

    We’re moving… find out more!

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    3rd Annual Woodland Heritage Festival

    The late May bank holiday Monday this year was a bit wet but full of great opportunities for the public to engage in local woodland heritage.

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    Studying Greek and Roman pottery at Knossos

    Sheffield Archaeology MA student Ellen McGuinness reflects on her experiences

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    Sheffield Archaeology in the News!

    PhD students help direct community excavation of local Broomhill lost heritage garden

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    Redmires Fieldwork Opportunity!

    Taster sessions in archaeological landscape survey at Redmires World War I training area

    19 – 23 June 2017

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    Experience the Viking world! Virtual Reality of the Viking Great Army winter camp at Torksey

    The most realistic immersive experience ever created of the Viking world is revealed in a new exhibition at the Yorkshire Museum. Based on research conducted by the Universities of Sheffield and York, the Virtual Reality experience reveals what life was like in the camp of the Viking Army at Torksey, Lincolnshire, in the winter of AD872-873.

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    Sheffield Archaeology students help local author to uncover the ‘Lost Village of Parkwood Springs’

    Last week saw the launch of a book on the history of Parkwood Springs village by ex-resident Barbara Warsop. The Lost Village of Parkwood Springs (Arc Publishing and Print, 2017) provides a short history of the village of Parkwood Springs, just a mile from the centre of Sheffield, including a collection of stories from the people who lived there from the 1920s to the late 1960s.

  • Funding Success for Archaeology PGR Students!

    Congratulations to the seven archaeology students who have succeeded in securing funding for their PhD research.

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    The Image Speaks: Archaeology PhD students participate in a collaborative exhibition

    Three PhD students in the Department of Archaeology have participated in this year's The Image Speaks, a collaborative exhibition. Charlotte Waller-Cotterhill, Lenore Thompson and Nicola Thorpe each worked with photographer Andy Brown to document an aspect of their PhD research project.

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    Celebrating the publication of The Oxford Handbook of Zooarchaeology

    Last week, Sheffield Archaeology celebrated the publication of The Oxford Handbook of Zooarchaeology. Edited by Umberto Albarella and members of the zooarchaeology team, including current and former students, this volume provides a global overview of the field from its leading scholars.

  • Number 1 Russell Group University for student experience - Times Higher Education Survey 2017

    The University of Sheffield has been voted number one in the Russell Group and third best university nationally, with its Students' Union voted best in the UK for the ninth year in a row by the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017.

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

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    We’re at the SAAs!

    Sheffield Archaeology is at the Society of American Archaeology conference in Vancouver!

    Staff and students from the Archaeology Department at the University of Sheffield are currently attending North America’s premier Archaeology conference, the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Vancouver from 29 March - 2 April 2017.

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    WRoCAH Masterclass on Access databases offered by Sheffield Archaeology

    Last month, members of Sheffield Archaeology’s archaeobotany team held a masterclass for PhD students funded by the White Rose College of Arts and Humanities (WRoCAH). The masterclass was an Introduction of Databases in Access and it was run by Dr Catherine Longford, Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Archaeobotany, Dr Marta Tenconi, Marie Curie Intra-European Fellow, and Research Fellow Dr Michael Wallace.

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    Archaeology and Homeric Epic

    Sheffield Archaeology staff and Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology (SCAA) members Sue Sherratt and John Bennet have edited the recently published volume, Archaeology and Homeric Epic (Oxbow November 2016).

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    Portrait of an inspirational woman: Professor Glynis Jones

    This year the University of Sheffield is celebrating International Women's Day with the #BeBoldForChange campaign, encouraging purposeful action to create a more inclusive, gender equal world.