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  1. Visiting research student: Emilie Paaske Drachmann | Centre for…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/critical-heritage-studies/news/2020/feb/visiting-research-student-emilie-paaske-drachmann

    20 Feb 2020: Visiting research student, Emilie Paaske Drachmann, Danish Royal Library/University of Copenhagen

    Visiting research student, Emilie Paaske Drachmann, Danish Royal Library/University of Copenhagen

  2. IoA Placement 2019-20: Boxes, x-rays and conservation | Archaeology…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology-south-east/news/2020/feb/ioa-placement-2019-20-boxes-x-rays-and-conservation

    17 Feb 2020: Our UCL archaeology placement student Neehaarika has been with us at ASE for just over 5 months now! Here’s a little update on things she’s been working on recently.

    Our UCL archaeology placement student Neehaarika has been with us at ASE for just over 5 months now! Here’s a little update on things she’s been working on recently.

  3. LGBTQ+ History Month 2020 | Institute of Archaeology - UCL - London's …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/news/2020/feb/lgbtq-history-month-2020

    11 Feb 2020: It is LGBTQ+ History Month 2020 and the UCL Institute of Archaeology is planning a series of events throughout February. The culmination of these will be a keynote lecture given by Institute Alumnus John J. Johnston on 27 February.

    It is LGBTQ+ History Month 2020 and the UCL Institute of Archaeology is planning a series of events throughout February. The culmination of these will be a keynote lecture given by Institute Alumnus John J. Johnston on 27 February.

  4. AHRC Follow-on-Funding success for Heritage Futures research…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/news/2020/feb/ahrc-follow-funding-success-heritage-futures-research-programme

    6 Feb 2020: Landscape Futures and the Challenge of Change: Towards Integrated Cultural/Natural Heritage Decision Making (LFCC) is a newly funded research project which follows on from the AHRC-funded Heritage Futures project.

    Landscape Futures and the Challenge of Change: Towards Integrated Cultural/Natural Heritage Decision Making (LFCC) is a newly funded research project which follows on from the AHRC-funded Heritage Futures project.

  5. Rendlesham Revealed project receives National Lottery Heritage…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/news/2020/feb/rendlesham-revealed-project-receives-national-lottery-heritage-funding

    4 Feb 2020: Suffolk’s Anglo-Saxon past will be revealed following the award of a National Lottery grant for the Rendlesham community archaeology project.

    Suffolk’s Anglo-Saxon past will be revealed following the award of a National Lottery grant for the Rendlesham community archaeology project.

  6. Exploring hidden Ice Age landscape in the English Channel | Institute …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/news/2020/jan/exploring-hidden-ice-age-landscape-english-channel

    31 Jan 2020: Matthew Pope (UCL Institute of Archaeology) is leading an ambitious survey of a former Ice Age landscape, which sits in the English Channel seabed, off the coast of Jersey.

    Matthew Pope (UCL Institute of Archaeology) is leading an ambitious survey of a former Ice Age landscape, which sits in the English Channel seabed, off the coast of Jersey.

  7. Engaging with Independent Research Organisations: Exploring Research, …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/news/2020/jan/engaging-independent-research-organisations-exploring-research-policy-and-practice

    30 Jan 2020: The AHRC Heritage Priority Area team, based at the UCL Institute of Archaeology, have organised a conference which aims to explore the opportunities and challenges of working across institutions and the interfaces of research, policy and practice.

    The AHRC Heritage Priority Area team, based at the UCL Institute of Archaeology, have organised a conference which aims to explore the opportunities and challenges of working across institutions and the interfaces of research, policy and practice.

  8. CIfA and UAUK accreditation for UCL Institute of Archaeology…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/news/2020/jan/cifa-and-uauk-accreditation-ucl-institute-archaeology-undergraduate-degree-programmes

    27 Jan 2020: The UCL Institute of Archaeology is pleased to announce accreditation for all our undergraduate degrees from the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) and Universities Archaeology UK (UAUK).

    The UCL Institute of Archaeology is pleased to announce accreditation for all our undergraduate degrees from the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) and Universities Archaeology UK (UAUK).

  9. Job Vacancy: Lecturer in Palaeolithic Archaeology | Institute of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/news/2020/jan/job-vacancy-lecturer-palaeolithic-archaeology

    24 Jan 2020: The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Lecturer in Palaeolithic Archaeology (Ref.:1858670). The deadline for applications is 23 February 2020.

    The Institute of Archaeology currently has a vacancy for a Lecturer in Palaeolithic Archaeology (Ref.:1858670). The deadline for applications is 23 February 2020.

  10. Early humans optimised use of stone tools at Olduvai Gorge |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeology/news/2020/jan/early-humans-optimised-use-stone-tools-olduvai-gorge

    16 Jan 2020: Early Stone Age populations living up to 1.8 million years ago made complex decisions in selecting different types of stone to optimise a variety of cutting tools according to a new study involving Institute researcher Tomos Proffitt.

    Early Stone Age populations living up to 1.8 million years ago made complex decisions in selecting different types of stone to optimise a variety of cutting tools according to a new study involving Institute researcher Tomos Proffitt.

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