The Form and Fabric of Early Medieval Britain: Reflections on the archaeology of Ewan Campbell

Issued: Sun, 25 Oct 2020 15:21:00 GMT

A seminar series hosted jointly between Archaeology and the Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies in 2020-21, in honour of the achievements of archaeologist Ewan Campbell, University of Glasgow.

Wednesday 21 October 2020

I - Reflections on the archaeology of Ewan Campbell
Prof Stephen Driscoll (University of Glasgow) and Adrián Maldonado (National Museums Scotland)
and introducing: Ewan Campbell (University of Glasgow)

Wednesday 11 November 2020

II - Imports and Power Centres
Maria Duggan (Newcastle University and the British School at Athens): Looking beyond the sherd: Data, definitions and distributions of imported pottery and Andy Seaman (Canterbury Christ Church University): Hillforts and Social Change: Western Britain c. AD 300-700

Tuesday 15 December 2020

III - Carved in Stone
Prof Katherine Forsyth (University of Glasgow): Lifting the lid on the Dunadd ogham inscription and Adrián Maldonado (National Museums Scotland): Bringing stones to Iona: Viking-age patronage at St Ronan's Church


Wednesday 20 January 2021

IV - Hillforts and People
Prof Gordon Noble (University of Aberdeen): Redating Clatchard Craig and Cathy MacIver (AOC Archaeology): The Kings Seat: An update on excavations at an early historic hillfort near Dunkeld

Wednesday 17 February 2021

V - Argyll and the Isles
Sharon Webb (Kilmartin Museum): Kilmartin: A Museum in the Making and Prof Niall Sharples (Cardiff University): When did the Outer Hebrides become Gaelic and Scottish?

Tuesday 9 March 2021

VI - Wales and the West
Prof Nancy Edwards (Bangor University): Time and Memory in Early Medieval Wales


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