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Durham University

Durham Centre for Roman Cultural Studies

Project Events

Recent events

Workshops at Lanercost Tea Rooms and Vindolanda

2nd and 4th Dec 2014. Kate Sharpe is working with heritage managers, local societies, writers, and artists to develop walking routes related to Tales of the Frontier. This work is funded by a grant from the AHRC for Follow-on Funding for Impact & Engagement.

Wall Face Event, Tullie House Museum

30 Oct 2014. Richard Hingley spoke on Antiquarian Approaches to the Roman Wall

Wall Face Event, Segedunum Roman Fort

27 Sep 2014. Richard Hingley spoke on Antiquarian Approaches to the Roman Wall

Workshop on Tales of Frontier and Cultural Engagement

24 May 2013, Durham University

Project Impact

March to June 2013, Dr Ahmed Shams El Din has been working with the Tales of the Frontier Team to address the impact of the project on communities and public policy. This post has been funded through the AHRC's Cultural Engagement Fund.

Hexham Local History Society

14 May 2013. Richard Hingley spoke on Hadrian's Wall: a life to the Hexham Local History Society.

Society for American Archaeology

4 April 2013, Richard Hingley spoke about Hadrian's Wall as a cultural frontier at the Society for American Archaeology in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Entangling Colonial Narratives

10 January 2013, Richard Hingley spoke on Post-Colonial Roman Archaeology and the Roman Frontiers in a session on Entangling Colonial Narratives at the Society of Historical Archaeology Conference in Leicester.

Durham Book Festival

26 October 2012, Richard Hingley spoke on Hadrian's Wall: a life at the Durham Book Festival.