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Durham University

Department of Archaeology

The 14th Annual Iron Age Research Student Seminar

27th-28th of May 2011

The Iron Age Research Student Seminar (IARSS) is an annual event organised by and hosted by research students at different archaeology departments around the UK. It provides a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for students to present their research as well as to network with other students and early career researchers. 2011 marks an important year for the study of the Iron Age in Britain, as it has been ten years since Understanding the British Iron Age: An Agenda for Action (Haselgrove et al. 2001) was published. This volume has provided a backbone for research as well as debate, but deserves to be reviewed after the past decade of research. This will form a central organisational theme for the student work presented.

The event is being organised by Elizabeth Schech, Paul Murtagh and Arthur Anderson.

For more information see the IARSS website

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