School of History, Classics and Archaeology

Seminars

All Seminars

  • Digging it Large. East Anglia 1 and the Archaeology of Major Infrastructure Projects

    Date/Time: 15 March 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • Reconstructing the agroecology of early cities in western Asia and Europe: a novel archaeobotanical approach

    Date/Time: 22 February 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Armstrong Building

  • Outside Amorium: In search of the rural historical landscape of a Middle Byzantine thematic capital in Asia Minor

    Date/Time: 5 March 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 1.06, Armstrong Building

  • Dr Emma Nicholson (Exeter) - Polybios on Philip V and Rome: the War against the Barbarian

    Date/Time: 16 May 2018, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Dr Susanna Phillippo - Sic itur ad astra: Literature, Landscape and Charles Monck's Travel Diaries - The Inspiration for Belsay Hall and Gardens

    Date/Time: 9 May 2018, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Dr Ljuba Merlina Bortolani - Greek and Egyptian traditions in the divination rituals of the magical papyri

    Date/Time: 2 May 2018, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Dr Franco Luciani - People's Slaves. A historical overview on the Roman Public Slavery

    Date/Time: 25 April 2018, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Professor Niall Slater - Fictions of Space in Old to New Comedy

    Date/Time: 18 April 2018, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Dr Casper de Jonge - Antipater of Thessalonica: Greek Poetry and Criticism in Augustan Rome

    Date/Time: 14 March 2018, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Dr Nikoletta Manioti - The epic heroine’s sister

    Date/Time: 7 March 2018, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Professor Daniël den Hengst - Valentinian as portrayed by Ammianus. A kaleidoscopic image

    Date/Time: 28 February 2018, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Dr Floris Overduin - Of Fish and Men: Oppian, Marcellus and the Didactic Tradition

    Date/Time: 21 February 2018, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Scientific geo-ethnoarchaeology and its archaeological application to investigate farming, settlements and agriculture in the past

    Date/Time: 26 April 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • Mapping the Desertum - Using GIS to investigate Early Medieval Monastic Landscapes on the Continent

    Date/Time: 19 April 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • Towards the Unknown Region: Work, Place, Folk, a New Synthesis? With case-studies from Greece, the wider Mediterranean and Europe

    Date/Time: 8 March 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • Building God’s Empire: Archaeology, Religion and the Byzantine Reconquest of Africa?

    Date/Time: 1 March 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • From Senate House to the River Plate: The British Ministry of Information in Argentina, 1939-1946

    Date/Time: 7 march 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 1.05, Armstrong Building

  • Sins against Nature: Sex and Archives in Colonial New Spain

    Date/Time: 21 February 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 1.05, Armstrong Building

  • Animal Life and the Death of a Colonial Metropolis: The Fall of Yangon 1939-1948

    Date/Time: 18 April 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 1.05, Armstrong Building

  • Lusophone Black Atlantic Abolition: Mendonça's Freedom Discourse, Brazil, Africa and Europe

    Date/Time: 2 May 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 1.05, Armstrong Building

  • The elephant in the room: Encountering material worlds of colonial memory

    Date/Time: 16 May 2018, 16:00

    Venue: Room 1.05, Armstrong Building

  • Franco-Irish Saint Domingue: Family networks, trans-colonial diasporas

    Venue: Research Beehive 2.22, Old Library Building

  • Maya history, the Spanish Conquest, and Africans in Spanish America

    History Research Seminars

    Date/Time: 15 March 2018, 17:00

    Venue: CLACS

  • Gods, soldiers, mummies: Making Egypt Roman

    Newcastle Classics and Ancient History Research Seminars

    Date/Time: 9 November 2016, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Occupational hazards: measuring the extent of the division of labour in the economy of classical Athens.

    Date/Time: 3 May, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Managing land and water in the Anglo-Saxon fenland

    M e d•L A•B Early Medieval, Late Antique & Byzantine

    Date/Time: 5 December 2016, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building