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Programme of Events of Other Societies etc.

Members leaving King John's Castle, Odiham on 11 July 2015.

We are happy to advertise events of other societies and groups where we have information. Availability of places at any event will need to be confirmed with the organisation in question.


Bournemouth University, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology -

Can archaeology reveal the ‘science’ of early farming from the perspective of its practitioners? How can prehistoric understandings of agriculture inform our view of wider landscapes and monuments? And in an age of ecological crisis, what principles can we glean from the long-term story of farming across Europe’s varied environments? To address such questions, I will draw upon recent research into the nature of early farming in different parts of Europe.

Seventh Annual Pitt Rivers Lecture: 2023

The science of early farming in Europe

Professor Amy Bogaard (University of Oxford)

Tuesday 31 October 2023
7:00pm (Displays and networking from 6:30pm)

This free public lecture will be delivered live in the Fusion Building, Talbot Campus, Bournemouth University BH12 5BB, and will also be available via Zoom.

Sussex Archaeological Society -

Annual Conference 2023


Sussex Archaeology: A 175 Year Heritage

Saturday 4th November
This full day event at the University of Sussex will celebrate the history of archaeology in Sussex and some of the people who shaped the study, protection and explanation of the past in the county and more widely.

The day will feature passionate heritage professionals and enthusiasts from the present, talking about key figures in the history of Sussex archaeology, many of whom are well known, but some less so.  It will be a day to recognise the impact individuals had in the formation of our approaches to the past.

Confirmed speakers include Mike Pitts, Sue Hamilton, Emma O’Connor, Dan Robertson, Richard Bradley, Harriet Tait, Martin Hayes, Miles Russell, Judie English, Matthew Pope, James Sainsbury, Kayt Hawkins, Janet Pennington and John Adams.

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