Professor Ian Freestone generously agreed to let us upload the slides from his presentation about thesis writing on Tuesday (February 25th).
It can be downloaded here.
It’s a little wobbly, a little thin, but meet SAMS mascot! It doesn’t have a name…yet. Stay tuned for our skeleton naming event in the new year! Although it is nameless, the skeleton has joined us in supporting the IoA and by attending our winter social. If you keep seeing this skeleton around, don’t worry – you’re not crazy. Give a shout out for the SAMS mascot!
We are pleased to announce that we are opening registration of those interested in participating in the Masters Fieldwork Course 2014. This course is open to students in all degrees offered by the Institute of Archaeology, and is aimed at those with minimal-to-no experience of excavation, although those with more experience will also find it fun!
The very first MA fieldwork trip took place in July 2013, organised by students who wished to integrate fieldwork into the MA curriculum. Due to the great success of this trip, the Institute has approved an annual MA Fieldwork course, which will be co-ordinated in part by SAMS. The provisional details for the 2014 trip are outlined below.
Please register your interest with: firstname.lastname@example.org. Any inquiries regarding course details can also be sent to this address. Mark Roberts will run information talks later in the school year and following this a firm list of applicants will be composed.
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