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 Mondays, 1-2pm unless otherwise stated, please check below. Everyone is warmly welcome.
Semester 2 2022/23
|Mon 27 Mar||
Dr Nicholas Overton (University of Manchester)
|'Archaeology, conservation and rewilding; The past, present and future of multispecies ecosystems'||
Lecture Theatre C, 40 George Square
|Mon 03 Apr||Dr Alice Rose (University of Durham)||
'Exploring food, culture and identity in early modern Ireland (c. AD 1550-1650): A multi-isotope approach'
|Teviot Lecture Theatre, Doorway 5, Old Medical School|
|Mon 10 Apr||
Work in progress session with internal presentations
|2.36 Teaching Computer Lab, Doorway 4, Old Medical School|
Semester 1 2022/23
Mon 17 Oct
|Dr Sam Leggett (University of Edinburgh)||
'North & south: Variations in diet and mobility in Viking age Norway'
|Room G.16, William Robertson Wing, Doorway 4, Old Medical School|
|Mon 7 Nov||
Dr Taylor Hermes (Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig)
'Isotopic approaches to evaluate herding resilience in Bronze Age Central Asia'
|Online - Join the session|
|Mon 28 Nov||
Dr Claire Hodson (University of Reading)
|'Addressing the challenges of exploring health and wellbeing in past societies via non-adult pathology'||Room G.16, William Robertson Wing, Doorway 4, Old Medical School|
|Mon 12 Dec||
More on the One Health Archaeology Research Group can be found on its webpage.
It's conveners are Robin Bendrey, Linda Fibiger, Catriona Pickard and Sarah Pleuger.
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