Congratulations to retiring president Alison Sheridan and Niall Sharples for organising an excellent Europa weekend in Cardiff and congratulations to the recipient of the Europa Prize, Prof Alasdair Whittle.
The 2014-15 programme will be advertised in Past but keep an eye on these pages to see what is coming up and don’t forget to book early to avoid disappointment.
New this year are a series of ‘Grand Days Out’ across the country.
Again, keep checking the website.
I am delighted to announce that CUP have completed their scanning of back issues of PPS and now the entire run of PPS and PPSEA is available online, for free to Members, on the Cambridge Journals Online website: www.journals.cambridge.org/prehistoric. The PPSEA volumes can be found on their own page: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=PPE.
Dr Alex Gibson, President
Our interests are worldwide and extend from the earliest human origins to the emergence of written records.
Membership is open to all, and includes professional, amateur, student and retired members.
Browse the following Society publications
Looking for a site to visit? Want to know more about British Prehistoric sites? Interested in visiting museums with prehistoric collections? If yes, then please click here.
‘The excitement of the ordinary: the context of the Whitehorse cist in relation to Early Bronze Age
Exeter, 19:30, 29 January 2015
‘The Making of the Middle Sea: How the Mediterranean World Came into Being’
Cambridge, 18:00, 2 February 2015