School Bulletin

The School of Archaeology & Ancient History produce (usually in November) an annual Bulletin, which is a vehicle for disseminating news about the many and varied activities and research actviities of both the department and the attached archaeology unit (ULAS). There's much to read about staff, plus also about students - postgraduate and undergraduate too - in terms of their work, ideas, finds, and publications.  The Bulletin is available to anyone and is a very popular pick-up piece on Open Days to help reinforce the range of things we do here!

School Bulletin 36 (2013)

The 2013 bulletin features an update on Richard III and the Greyfriar’s Project; Prof. David Mattingly on the award of the Queen's Anniversary prize plus other news from the School and ULAS; a report on Dr Richard Thomas's involvement in fowl research.

It also reports on our field schools in Connecticut and  Burrough Hill, updates on our other research projects, a new member of staff and more ...

Below are links to access the last three issues:

School Bulletin 35 (2012)

School Bulletin 34 (2011)
School Bulletin 33 (2010)

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queen's anniversary prize

The department will host the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC) 2015 on March 27-29th, Bennett Building, Main Campus.

Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education - for the work of ULAS and the School in public archaeology and public engagement

First public open day for Operation Nightingale Award-winning collaboration with Ministry of Defence and TimeTeam

Richard III's remains to be re-interred in Leicester Cathedral

OBE for Richard Buckley for services to archaeology, and Current Archaeology's 'Archaeologist of the Year'!

4th in the UK for archaeology - in the Guardian's University Guide

Richard III work also wins European Excellence Award 2013 Times Higher Education Research Project of the YearCurrent Archaeology research project of the year; gold in CASE Circle of Excellence Awards 2013.

Corpses of Criminals Project Prof. Sarah Tarlow’s Wellcome Trust funded project

Trans-Sahara project Prof. David Mattingly’s European Research Council funded project

Debating Regligious Space and Place from Constantine to Cnut (AD 306-1035) Conference 22-23 November 2014

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