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Archaeological Field Club

The Archaeological Field Club (AFC) provides a range of lectures, site trips and other events to broaden the knowledge of, and further enthuse, those with an interest in archaeology.
Archaeological Field Club Oct 29, 2018 from 04:30 PM to 06:00 PM Seminar Room, Henry Wellcome Building, Fitzwilliam Street,
Colin Renfrew (University of Cambridge) - Two Revolutions in Archaeology. From the Radiocarbon Revolution to the Genomic Revolution
Archaeological Field Club Nov 12, 2018 from 04:30 PM to 05:30 PM West Building Seminar Room, Department of Archaeology, West Building, Downing Street,
Paul Lane (University of Cambridge) - Disturbing burials, multiple identities and the challenges of community archaeology among a pastoralist society in Kenya
Archaeological Field Club Nov 26, 2018 from 04:30 PM to 06:00 PM South Lecture Room, Department of Archaeology, North Building, Downing Street,
Tamsin O’Connell (University of Cambridge) - What links Neanderthals, butterflies, food fraud and dodgy athletes?

Upcoming events

Texture and temporality - identifying routine in the Must Farm pile-dwelling settlement assemblage

Feb 25, 2019

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

PalMeso Seminar Series

Feb 25, 2019

Seminar Room, LCHES, Fitzwilliam Street

Field Archaeology: Methods and Mayhem

Feb 25, 2019

McDonald Institute Seminar Room, Courtyard Building, Downing Street

Queer(y)ing the Past: An Afternoon of Alternative Archaeology - with wine!

Feb 26, 2019

Henry Wellcome Building, Fitzwilliam Street

Mongolia & Inner Asia Studies Unit

Feb 26, 2019

Mongolia & Inner Asia Studies Unit, Seminar Room, Mond Building, Free School Lane

Computational & Digital Archaeology Laboratory Seminar Series

Feb 26, 2019

South Lecture Room, Department of Archaeology, Downing Street

CLANS (Cambridge Late Antiquity Network Seminar Series)

Feb 26, 2019

Room B16, David Williams Building, Faculty of Law

Upcoming events

An Oral History of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research