School of History, Classics and Archaeology

Projects

Investigating Prehistoric Social and Cultural Networks through the Tyne-Forth Prehistory Forum

The Forum brings together archaeologists involved with research into prehistoric archaeology in North East England and south-east Scotland.

Its membership consists of archaeologists working in universities, museums and heritage agencies, of students, volunteers and members of amateur archaeology groups, and contract archaeologists.

It is a fundamental aspect of the network to promote collaborative research between members of these communities.

The Forum has planned five meetings during the next two years as part of this AHRC-funded project to investigate the:

prehistoric social and cultural networks in the region, and the role of present-day borders that may disrupt our understanding of them.