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See you at Ostia Antica

As part of a series of monthly meetings “Vediamoci a Ostia Antica” (See you at Ostia Antica) organised by the Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica, on the 11 September 2018 at 5pm Simon Keay, Cinzia Morelli and Renato Sebastiani will be speaking about “The Imperial port”. Download the programme The post See you at Ostia Antica appeared first on Portus Project. Continue reading →

Lost and Found: Places, Objects and People

Friday 27 October 2017, British School at Rome. Lost and Found will bring together some of the archaeologists, classicists and experts in other fields who are leading the fight to preserve the traces of our past. From recovering stolen artefacts, to mapping endangered archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa, this event will demonstrate how international researchers are combating global human problems. Continue reading →

TNS Workshop 6th July

The Centre for Transnational Studies is pleased to announce their upcoming workshop. Moving Stories: Exploring Transcultural Storytelling in Contexts of Migration When: 10:00 – 17:00, 6 July 2017 Where: Building 27 (side entrance) Room 1133, Highfield Campus Speakers: Divya Tolia-Kelly, Associate Professor in the Department of Geography, University of Durham. Annika Lems, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Bern. Umut Erel, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the Open University. Continue reading →

CLLEAR Thurs 25th May @ 4pm: Prof Jennifer Smith and Dr Sophie Holmes-Elliot

How the glottal stop starts: examining children’s use of a rapidly expanding variable Jennifer Smith, University of Glasgow Sophie Holmes-Elliott, University of Southampton Please click here to view the abstract The post CLLEAR Thurs 25th May @ 4pm: Prof Jennifer Smith and Dr Sophie Holmes-Elliot appeared first on The Institute for Language and Culture. Continue reading →