The Munro Lectures are delivered by distinguished international scholars in the fields of archaeology and anthropology.

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2013-2014 Series

Portrait of Kristina Jennbert

Professor Kristina Jennbert

Animals in old Norse religion and in Scandinavian Iron Age

Thursday 17 October 2013

Professor Kristina Jennbert

Portrait of Zbigniew Fiema

Dr Zbigniew Fiema

The fading glory: Petra in late antiquity

Thursday 24 October 2013

Dr Zbigniew Fiema

Portrait of Katerina Harvati

Professor Katerina Harvati

Neanderthals and modern human origins: Insights from the fossil record

Monday 24 March 2014

Professor Katerina Harvati

Portrait of Webb Keane

Professor Webb Keane

Affordances and Reflexivity in Ethical Life: An Ethnographic Stance

Thursday 27 March 2014

Professor Webb Keane

Portrait of Judith Farquhar

Professor Judith Farquhar

Institution and Wild Knowledge: Salvaging and Sorting Minority Medicines in China

Friday 20 June 2014

Professor Judith Farquhar

Munro Lectureship nominations

Only staff within the two fields of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Edinburgh may nominate scholars to deliver a Munro lecture.

Planning a Munro Lecture

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