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Not one but two jobs in Medieval Archaeology Firstly a postdoctoral researcher in later medieval archaeology at the University of Reading working with former Society for Medieval Archaeology president Prof Roberta Gilchrist. This position is part of Prof Gilchrist’s exciting new AHRC-funded project: ‘The Medieval Ritual Landscape’ (MeRit). The second post is also a postdoctoral
I’m thriled to have been elected President of the Society for Medieval Archaeology — it really is a privilege, and I’m looking forward to helping take the Society from strength to strength during my term in office. The Society’s portfolio of activities — from the flagship journal Medieval Archaeology, through to the newsletter, website, social
Anglo-Saxon monasteries were more resilient to Viking attacks than previously thought, archaeologists have concluded. Lyminge, a monastery in Kent, was on the front line of long-running Viking hostility which ended in the victories of Alfred the Great. The monastery endured repeated attacks, but resisted collapse for almost a century, through effective defensive strategies put in
Our Newsletter, edited by Dr Niall Brady, capture the essence of news, research and events that are of interest to the membership. It is now available in your members only area! (or should have reached members by post). You can download the most recent edition of the newsletter here and access archive editions.
Women, Status and Power in Medieval Society The Annual Conference of the Society for Medieval Archaeology takes place in Lincoln on June 30th and July 1st, 2017. This conference, which marks the 60th anniversary of the Society, is entitled Women, Status and Power in Medieval Society and will bring together specialists from a range of
The agenda for the 2016 Annual General Meeting of the Society for Medieval Archaeology is now available. The meeting will be held at Rewley House, 1 Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JA at 19:30 on Friday December 2nd 2016. Follow this link to access the 2016 AGM Agenda