Staging the World of Stonehenge: reflections on the British Museum exhibition
‘I see the hands of the generations’ - perceiving the past through later prehistoric artefacts
This event will be in person and live streamed on our YouTube channel (link will uploaded nearer the time):
4.30pm Presentation President’s Awards and the Student Dissertation Prizes.
5.45-6.45pm: Wine reception.
Free to attend and no need to book for in person or online: just turn up.
Prehistoric communities and monuments on the Fenland Ouse
Non-Society event, supported by the Prehistoric Society.
Informed by the subject’s historiography, and arguing that our fieldwork needs to be imbued with a greater experimental ethos (i.e. ‘failing better’), the talk will address a number of themes arising from over 40 years of investigation along the River Great Ouse at its junction with the Fens.