Roman Centre Seminars
Recent Roman Centre Seminars
Dr Andrew Gardner (UCL) ‘Beyond postcolonialism and globalization? The institutional archaeology of the Roman frontier’, on 23rd February 2012 at 16.30 in the Birley Room.
Dr James Bruhn (Historic Scotland) ‘Glass Bangles in Northern Britain: The Regional Uptake of Hybrid Cultural Objects in the Roman Period’, on 16th February 2012 at 16.30 in the Birley Room.
Professor David Mattingly (Leicester University) The Roman Frontier in Africa and beyond. Birley Room (Dawson Building), Department of Archaeology, Durham, Monday 25th July 2011 at 16.00.
Dr Robert Witcher (Durham) Fieldwork at the Roman Fort at Lanchester. 7pm Thursday 16th December 2010 Lanchester Community Centre (Friends of Longovicium).
Prof Peter Wells (University of Minnesota) Interaction and Changing Identities on the Danube Frontier: From the Roman Conquest to the 5th Century.
Thursday 13th November 2008 13.00-14.00 Department of Archaeology
Prof Martin Millett (University of Cambridge) The archaeology of Portus: the port of imperial Rome. Friday 18th January 2008 17:00 Department of Archaeology, Birley Room
Dr Richard Hingley (University of Durham) Creating tradition in the study of Romanization
Wednesday 5th December 2007, 5.30pm Department of Classics, Ritson Room