20-21 March 2015, School of Classics, University of St Andrews
Registration deadline: 12 March 2015
This workshop is funded through the SGSAH Cohort Development Fund & is open to all doctoral researchers within arts & humanities at any SGSAH Higher Education Institution.
The StAGE committee is delighted to announce that registration for the postgraduate conference ‘StAGE 2015: Training & Research in Material Culture Related to the Ancient World’ is now open. The conference, generously sponsored by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities & the Classical Association of Scotland, & will take place at the University of St Andrews on 20 – 21 March 2015, from 9.00-5.45 each day. The timetable can be found here.
Over two days, leading specialists will conduct six workshops in Virtual Realities, Medical Archaeology, Numismatics, Portable Antiquities, Forensic Anthropology & Papyrology. This will offer an excellent introduction to a wide range of research fields & techniques for anyone interested in the material culture of the ancient world. In a workshop of an hour & fifteen minutes each of the invited specialists will show how the principles of their discipline can be applied to various research topics. The list of workshops can be found here.
Ten short research papers, on the theme of Materiality, will be given by postgraduate students. Speakers will present their research in an informal environment & receive feedback from other doctoral students in related disciplines & the workshop hosts.
First published: 2 March 2015