It is a great pleasure to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year with this fourth issue of our newsletter offering up to date news of our activities.
The Library will be closed to Readers and Visitors (not Members) from Monday 24th December 2018 to Wednesday 2nd January 2019 inclusively. The Library reopens on Thursday 3rd January 2019. The Offices will be closed from Monday 24th to Wednesday 26th December and from Monday 31st December 2018 to Wednesday 2nd January 2019 inclusively.
This year’s Fitch Laboratory annual lecture was given by Professor Glynis Jones (University of Sheffield and Member of the Fitch Laboratory Sub-commitee). It was titled: “The origin and spread of agriculture: what do the plants have to say?”
Four-year research programme ends uncovering the sophisticated architectural remains of an advanced civilisation
We are pleased to announce the most recent publication by members of the fitch: “Exploring Diversity in Household Pottery Traditions in Crusader Greece: a Case Study from the City of Thebes, Boeotia”.
Natalie Abell (University of Michigan) reports on her study of ceramics from Ayia Irini (Kea) at the Fitch Lab that provided new insights into both exchange and local production of pottery over ca. 1000 years, from mid-Early Bronze Age to mid-Late Bronze Age.
The Library will be closed to Readers and Visitors (not Members) from Friday 26th April to Wednesday 1st May 2019 inclusively. The Library reopens on Thursday 2nd May 2019. The Offices will be closed from from Friday 26th April to Wednesday 1st May 2019 inclusively.
Between the 10th and 14th of April, Evangelia Kiriatzi and Bartek Lis participated in the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, held in Albuquerque, New Mexico. During a Saturday session entitled “The movement of technical knowledge: cross-craft perspectives on mobility and knowledge in production technologies”, organised by Louise Iles (Sheffield University) and Carmen Ting […]
Maria Duggan has just joined the Fitch Laboratory to undertake research on the project ‘Tintagel: Trans-European Connections in the Post-Roman World’.
The BSA is delighted to announce an upcoming conference on Popular Music of the Greek World, which will take place at the BSA on Friday and Saturday, 17-18 May 2019.
Assistant Professor Efi Nikita outlines her recent collaboration at the Fitch exploring human mobility through the study of dental nonmetric traits.