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 on Wednesdays 1-2pm via Blackboard Collaborate. Everyone is warmly welcome.
Semester 2 2020/21
|Wednesday 10 Feb||Philip Slavin (University of Stirling)||
‘The rise and spread of plague in Late Neolithic Eurasia, c.3800-2800BCE: Some preliminary assessment’
Accessible at: https://edin.ac/38xR13K
|Wednesday 3 Mar||Jessica Hendy (University of York)||
‘Pathogenic proteins: How ancient proteomics is revealing new insights into ancient diseases’
Accessible at: https://edin.ac/3i0bt0d
|Wednesday 17 Mar||Marion Binde (University of Bordeaux)||
‘The contribution of entheseal changes to the identification of past equine activity-related use - exploratory research and application of a new approach on horses associated with the burial of Childeric I (5th-6th centuries, Tournai, Belgium)’
Accessible at: https://edin.ac/2Lz99B7
|Sarah Inskip (University of Leicester)||
‘Old disease and new ideas. Bioarchaeology and the evolution of Hansen's Disease’
Accessible at: https://edin.ac/35tBEqO
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.