Well everyone, it’s suddenly December! Please remember there are no Archaeology and Ale talks this month, but to make up for it, there are 2 in January. If you’ve (like me!) not finished (or started!) your Christmas shopping yet, here are some gift options for the archaeologist in your life. And also, please remember:
Hello! With the academic year well underway we now have an (updated) new wave of Archaeology in the City talks and events have been unleashed on an unsuspecting Sheffield…. We’ve had a great response from volunteer speakers so have a full programme until April 2017. Here’s our UPDATED programme:
This blog post from one of our Archaeology in the City volunteers, Ashley Magana. Ashley has written about her experience on the Tinsley project, having spent four months helping with the project during her time at the University of Sheffield. Historical Background St. Lawrence Church has 800 years of history. Tinsley was even mentioned inContinue reading “Tinsley Project Blog #1: About Tinsley”
Only 3 days to go until the 2016 Woodland Heritage Festival – a free family archaeology and heritage festival organised by Archaeology in the City, from the University of Sheffield Department of Archaeology, and held at the JG Graves Woodland Discovery Centre in Ecclesall Woods. Here’s a flashback to the free talks that were onContinue reading “3 days til #HeritageFest16 #free Woodland Heritage #Festival in #Sheffield! 3 days to go”
Only 4 days to go until the 2016 Woodland Heritage Festival – a free family archaeology and heritage festival organised by Archaeology in the City, from the University of Sheffield Department of Archaeology, and held at the JG Graves Woodland Discovery Centre in Ecclesall Woods. Here’s a flashback to the free talks that were onContinue reading “#HeritageFest16 4 days to #free Woodland Heritage #festival in #Sheffield!”
We’ve all been busy beind the scenes preparing for the second Woodland Heritage Festival. That is on this Bank Holday Monday, May 30th, at the Ecclesall Woods Discovery Centre. Here are some pictures of all the activities from last year’s festival. It’s a FREE family-friendly archaeology and heritage festival. We’ll have the same great hands-onContinue reading “#HeritageFest16- #free Woodland Heritage #festival in #Sheffield”
February’s Archaeology and Ale talk is now available as a podcast via the Archaeology Podcast Network. Chris Atkinson spoke about the Summer of Archaeology at Medieval Brockhampton.
Hello folks! January’s Archaeology and Ale recording, from our Real Horse Power talk at the Red Deer, is now available as a podcast syndicated by the Archaeology Podcast Network. Click here to access the podcast… You can also subscribe to Archaeology & Ale, and other podcasts on the APN, through iTunes and other subscription services.
This post is about our volunteer’s activity with the Sheffield Young Archaeologists’ Club at the Department of Archaeology Osteology Lab. Our Archaeology in the City volunteer Kris is also a leader with the Sheffield YAC, and MA Osteoarchaeology student Emma developed and led an osteology activity. This month Archaeology in the City and the YAC joined forcesContinue reading “Osteoarchaeology with the Young Archaeologists’ Club”