School of History, Classics and Archaeology

Seminars

All Seminars

  • Worn or Unworn is that the Question? An Exploration of Roman Coins from Lancashire

    Date/Time: 26 March 2019, 18:00

    Venue: Room 1.06, Armstrong Building

  • Excavations at Rectory Farm, Godmanchester - from Neolithic Monuments to Roman Villa

    Date/Time: 21 May 2019, 18:00

    Venue: Room 2.98, 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

  • Creating Acoustic Communities: Moche Use of Sonic Artefacts at Huacas de Moche

    Date/Time: 28 February 2019, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • Rediscovering Late Antiquity between the 19th and 20th Century. Corrado Ricci and the 'Philological Restoration'

    Date/Time: 7 March 2019, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • The Beginning of Metallurgy in the Levant: Evolution or Revolution

    Date/Time: 16 May 2019, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • Outside Amorium: Researching the Rural Historical Landscape of a Middle Byzantine Thematic Capital

    Date/Time: 9 May 2019, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • Coprolite Research at the Paisley Caves, Oregon, USA

    Date/Time: 2 May 2019, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • The Fantasy of Individuality. On the sociohistorical Construction of the Modern Subject

    Date/Time: 21 March 2019, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • The Archaeology of Domestic Innovation in the Country House

    Date/Time: 14 March 2019, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • Restoration of Archaeological Sites and Monuments in Ravenna in the 20th Century

    Date/Time: 7 March 2019, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • Whistles in the Wind: the Noisy Moche City

    Date/Time: 28 February 2019, 16:00

    Venue: Room 2.16, Armstrong Building

  • The Legionary Fortress at Caerleon: Recent Discoveries and New Perspectives

    Date/Time: 5 March 2019, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.98, Armstrong Building

  • Coming of Age as a Woman in Roman Britain: Physical Development and the Life Course from Puberty Through Adulthood

    Date/Time: 12 March 2019, 18:00

    Venue: Room 1.06, Armstrong Building

  • Coinage and the Tetrarchy: Interpreting the Hoard from Wold Newton, E. Yorks.

    Date/Time: 14 May 2019, 18:00

    Venue: Room 1.06, Armstrong Building

  • Marianne is also black! Black French women and the struggles for equality (1848-2016)

    Date/Time: 15 May 2019

    Venue: Room 1.04, Armstrong Building, Newcastle University

  • Dr Shaul Tor - Empedocles on trusting in mad Strife

    Date/Time: 6 March 2019, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • An oral historical intervention in a historiography of erasure: a case study of Japanese in Canada and memories of the postwar at the end of life

    Date/Time: 27 February 2019, 17:30

    Venue: Room 2.49, Armstrong Building

  • Race and belonging at Dartmoor Prison, 1813-15

    Date/Time: 20 March 2019

    Venue: Room 1.04, Armstrong Building, Newcastle University

  • Professor Robert Maltby - The Messalla Panegyric, Callimachus and the Structure of Corpus Tibullianum Book III

    Date/Time: 27 February 2019, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Professor Christiane Reitz - Between epic and pragmatics: the Ilias Latina

    Date/Time: 13 March 2019, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Dr Claire Stocks - Growing up on Pomegranate Street: Fruit, Slaves, and Remembering Carthage

    Date/Time: 20 March 2019, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Dr Ioannis Ziogas - Lex amatoria: Ovid on law and love

    Date/Time: 27 March 2019, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Professor Douglas Cairns - Phaedra’s Fantasy Other: The Phenomenology of Honour, Shame, and Conscience in Euripides’ Hippolytus

    Date/Time: 8 May 2019, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Professor Jakob Wisse - Truth, lies and alternative facts: the ethical dilemmas of the Ciceronian orator

    Date/Time: 15 May 2019, 17:00

    Venue: Room 2.50, Armstrong Building

  • Belgian Cousins, Prussian Tyrants and British Windsors: Changing Perceptions of European Monarchy in Wartime Britain, 1914-1919

    Date/Time: 27 February 2019; 16:00

    Venue: Armstrong Building, Newcastle University

  • 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

  • The Balkans in the Cold War: Security, Conflict and Cooperation in the Contemporary World

    Date/Time: 13 March 2019; 16:00

    Venue: Armstrong Building, Newcastle University

  • 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