One Health Archaeology seminars
The One Health Archaeology Research Group offers a seminar series, to which all are welcome.
Time and location
The events take place 1-2pm, in G.16, William Robertson Wing, Doorway 4 Old Medical School, Teviot Place and everyone is warmly welcome.
Semester 2 2019/20
|Monday 2 Mar||Sabine Sten (Uppsala)||‘Osteoporosis and osteoarthritis – now and then: A collaborative project between archaeologists, osteologists, geneticists and medical clinicians’|
|Wednesday 18 Mar||Andrzej Romaniuk (Edinburgh)||
CANCELLED ‘Searching for human-micromammal relationships in prehistoric Orkney’
|Tuesday 31 Mar||Jessica Hendy (York)||CANCELLED ‘Pathogenic proteins: How ancient proteomics is revealing new insights into ancient diseases’|
Wednesday 1 Apr
|Lisa-Marie Shillito (Newcastle)||CANCELLED ‘Non-skeletal approaches to investigating health in the archaeological record: The example of Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Turkey’|
|Thursday 30 April||Ross Barnett (independent researcher)||CANCELLED ‘The missing lynx: The past and future of Britain’s lost mammals’|
Wednesday 23 Oct
|Angela Perri (Durham)||
‘Transitions of zoonotic disease in prehistoric Europe’
|Wednesday 30 Oct||Andrew Kitchener (National Museum of Scotland)||
‘Bones, teeth and gum – How museums can contribute to improving animal welfare’
|Wednesday 6 Nov||
Mario Carić (Zagreb)
|‘Shades of bone: An overview of racist thought and its implications for biological anthropology’|
|Wednesday 13 Nov||
Rebecca Crozier (Aberdeen)
'Friends, enemies, ancestors and demons? An archaeology of the human head'
More on the One Health Archaeology Research Group can be found on its webpage.
Find out what else is on
The School of History, Classics and Archaeology offers an exciting programme of seminars across many subjects areas. Visit the research seminars website to find out what else is happening.