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!
Below are links to access the last three issues:
School Bulletin 35 (2012)
The 2012 bulletin features Mathew Morris’ report on Richard III and the Greyfriar’s Project; Prof. Lin Foxhall’s News from The School and the busy and exciting start to her position as Head of School; plus news of ULAS’s range of projects in ther city and county; and info about new things happening in our Distance Learning Programme.
It also reports on the activities of various members of Schools – at Burrough Hill, in Ardnamurchan (west Scotland), on the Trans-Sahara Project, as well as in Luxor, Turkey, Hungary, Morocco and the rainforests of Borneo.
Find out also about Dr Katsari’s latest research in her article on Money, Sex and Slaves, the activities of our Outreach programme, the ‘Dear Deirdre Column’ and more ...