Department of Archaeology

Archaeology: learning, teaching, research

Providing world-class expertise on a wide range of ages, places and topics, the Department of Archaeology offers innovative and stimulating learning and research opportunities. We provide a wide range of resources, including laboratories and the Digital Humanities Centre. Our staff are involved in archaeological projects in the UK and overseas, and students are frequently invited to participate.



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Call for papers: Disease, Disability and Medicine in Medieval Europe Conference

Call for papers: Disease, Disability and Medicine in Medieval Europe Conference

The theme for the 8th annual conference is 'Infection and long-term sickness in medieval society. Abstract deadline 15 August.

Top 10 place for Nottingham in national poll of student experience

The Times Higher Education (THE) Student Experience Survey is an annual survey based on responses from more than 14,000 full-time undergraduate students across the UK and provides an alternative picture of student satisfaction to the National Student Survey (NSS).

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Cave archaeology – what is it and what can it tell us?

Jacksdale Community Centre
This talk from Dr Hannah O'Regan will cover cave usage from our earliest ancestors in South Africa to what the Romans may or may not have been up to in the Yorkshire Dales. Far from just being something to visit on a day out, using caves was an integral part of life for many people until very recent times – indeed in Nottingham some still are used today!

Disease, Disability and Medicine in Medieval Europe postgraduate workshop

Free event for postgraduate students researching medieval disease and disability. Registration deadline 1 Dec 2014.

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Department of Archaeology

University of Nottingham
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