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Garrod Research Seminars

The Garrod Research Seminars is the Division of Archaeology’s principle seminar series of invited scholarly lectures. All welcome.
Garrod Research Seminars Oct 13, 2016 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Tom Higham, (RLAHA, University of Oxford) - Neanderthals, Denisovans and modern humans: Unravelling the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic of Eurasia
Garrod Research Seminars Oct 27, 2016 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Tina Warinner, (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena & Laboratories of Molecular Anthropology, University of Oklahoma) - Diet, health, and our ancient microbial self
Garrod Research Seminars Nov 10, 2016 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Marcos Martinon-Torres, (University College London) - Imperial logistics and the making of China's Terracotta Army: Questions and answers from archaeological science
Garrod Research Seminars Nov 24, 2016 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Carl Heron, (British Museum) - A history of archaeological science in 100 book covers
Garrod Research Seminars Jan 19, 2017 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Amy Bogaard, (University of Oxford) - Farming, land and inequality: From Neolithic villages to early cities in western Asia and Europe
Garrod Research Seminars Feb 02, 2017 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Robin Allaby, (University of Warwick) - The nature and constraints of domestication: Life in the slow lane
Garrod Research Seminars Feb 16, 2017 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Thilo Rehren, (University College London & the HBKU College of Humanities and Social Sciences) - Trading and tracing Late Bronze Age glass in the Eastern Mediterranean
Garrod Research Seminars Mar 02, 2017 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Matthew Collins, (University of York and Universitet of Copenhagen) - Ancient proteins and archaeology: Does instrumentation drive archaeological science?
Garrod Research Seminars Apr 27, 2017 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Dorian Fuller, (University College London) - Rice domestication and the early Anthropocene
Garrod Research Seminars May 11, 2017 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street,
Prof. Charlotte Roberts, (Durham University) - Everything you might want to know about leprosy, past and present: Dispelling some myths

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Upcoming events

GPR Christmas Party

Dec 09, 2016

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

Para-colonial legacies: German & British imaginaries of ancient Aegean landscapes

Dec 16, 2016

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

Cambridge Antiquarian Society

Jan 09, 2017

Law Faculty Building, Sidgwick Site

Americas Archaeology Group

Jan 17, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

CDAL Workshop

Jan 17, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

Egyptian World Seminar Series

Jan 18, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

Garrod Research Seminars

Jan 19, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

African Archaeology Group

Jan 30, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

CDAL Workshop

Jan 31, 2017

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

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