Past events

24
Oct
2017

After the Relational Museum: A Question of Identity

The Relational Museum project was conceived of as a way of exploring the inherent dynamism of museums. They were not sets of static objects, out of contexts,...
24
Oct
2017

Adventus Saxonum - Material Culture, DNA and Identity in the Migration Period

British population history has been shaped by a series of periods of immigration, including the early Anglo-Saxon migrations which are assumed to start around...
19
Oct
2017

The Great Ape Dental Scoring System and a single case-study of its application to human evolutionary research

Part of the Biological Anthropology Research Seminars 2017 Every thursday at 4PM
13
Oct
2017

What is anthracology anyway? The potential of wood charcoal analysis for investigating the history of human-forests interactions in Oceania

Archaeobotany is a key method for understanding the long-term history of the human use of plants and the dynamics of human-environment relationships –...
11
Oct
2017

“Negotiating the child record” & “Co-producing The Danish Welfare Museum”

Negotiating the child record When adult care-leavers read their own child records, they often become frustrated, not able to recognize or identify with the...
06
Oct
2017

The Spice Islands in Prehistory: New Data and Thoughts, 25 years later

Between 1991 and 1996, archaeologists from ANU and the formerly-named Pusat Penelitian Arkeologi Nasional in Indonesia undertook excavations in a number of...
05
Oct
2017

What do we do when we dig up mass graves?

Part of the Biological Anthropology Research Seminars 2017 Every thursday at 4PM

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