NARSS: Ursula Brosseder 'Mastering Speed, The Bronze Age and Early Iron Age in Mongolia'-
Dr Brosseder's research is centered on the Pre- and Proto history of Mongolia. Need I say more, Mongolia!
NARSS: Pictish Memes!-
The shadowy forces behind @PictishM will delve deeply into the text and subtext of their endeavor to bring awarness of the Picts to an audience of both cognicenti and everyday folks. Discussion and open mic to follow talk.
NARSS: Richard Madgwick-
Richard Madgwick (Cardiff) will speak on bones, society, humans and animals.
NARSS: Elisabeth Niklasson-
Aberdeen's own Elisabeth Niklasson, newly joined lecturer in Archaeological Heritage will speak.
NARSS: Kate Franklin, 'Living the Silk Road everyday: archaeological research in medieval Armenia'-
How do we live global cultures in the everyday? This talk will look briefly at my research in Armenia and explore how the everyday and the global were co-constructed in the middle ages (12th to 15th centuries AD). I will lay out the question of a ‘Silk Road archaeology’ as...
NARSS: Chris Fowler-
Chris Fowler (Newcastle) will speak on osteoarchaeology and perhaps Neolithic tombs.
NARSS: Jennifer Jones, 'Surviving the Ice Age: Adaptability, Resilience and Environmental buffering in a LGM Spanish refugium'-
Jennifer Jones (Santander) says "It's about reconstructing Last Glacial maximum environmental conditions in the Cantabrian Refugium, to explore how it helped people and animals to survive there, and why it was so heavily occupied. It's isotope heavy, so definitely a crowd pleaser."
NARSS: Linus Girdland Flink-
Aberdeen's own Linus Girdland Flink, new lecturer in Ancient Biomolocules will speak.
NARSS: Gesa Mackenthun-
An academic polymath Gesa Mackenthun (Rostok) will speak on a topic that will touch upon the past and the present, North America, heritage and the world.
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