We are hosting a seminar series on identity theory in archaeology, to be held at the University of Glasgow in autumn 2012. This will consist of public lectures by scholars unaffiliated with the project, showcasing cutting edge research in identity. All seminars are scheduled to take place on Fridays at 4pm in the Gregory Building, Lilybank Gardens. Download the poster here. This series is generously sponsored by the University of Glasgow’s Chancellor’s Fund.
Meggen Gondek (University of Chester): Carving a niche: people, stones and process in early medieval Scotland
John L. Creese (Cambridge University): Self and society in the Late Iroquoian village: towards an economy of emotion-work
Dr. Oliver Harris (Leicester University): Materialising relations: the case of the body in history
Rob Collins (Newcastle University/PAS): Up in Arms: Identity, Place, and Occupation in the Roman Armies
Melissa Edgar (Leicester University): Brooches are not for bedazzling: the life, times and identities of Late Iron Age brooches in Northern France