Posted On: July 27th, 2020
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Please see the attached flyer for information on Christopher Dyer’s new book: Peasants Making History. Peasants Making History Flyer
The SMA are seeking a Social Media Manager. This is a part-time, flexible working, paid position. Please see all the details in the specification below. Note the deadline for applications is Friday 12th August, 5pm BST. Job Specification for Social Media Manager
CALL FOR PAPERS Medieval and Later Pottery Research Group Three-Day Conference, 7–9 October 2022 Grosvenor Museum, Chester The Late Show: Exploring Pottery of the Early Modern and Later Periods To celebrate our recent name change, this year’s Medieval & Later Pottery Research Group conference will focus on pottery of more recent periods. In the
Issue 66.1 of Medieval Archaeology has now been published online and the print copy will soon be arriving with members. Follow the link to Tayor and Francis to read the journal online: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ymed20/66/1?nav=tocList
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Deadline is this Friday!! #jobfairy
Now the contract is signed (and it’s sunk in!) I can share that I’m joining @UCC as Lecturer in the new Radical Humanities Lab and @uccarchaeology! I’ll finish my @MSCActions at @AU_Archaeology first then return to Ireland permanently! Lots of exciting plans ahead!
Medieval 'bed burial' mystery possibly solved 🛏
@ECBrownlee's study👇🏼 reveals the practice gained traction among women in the 7th century as Christianity spread✝
PS you can visit an example at @MAACambridge's gallery