SCFS Workshop: The Berlin Academy

Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science Workshop Workshop | “The Berlin Academy”  The forthcoming workshop on The Berlin Academy will examine the socio-political context of the Academy, the philosophical methodology of the academicians and their ongoing debate over the origins of language. As such, this workshop will provide a useful entrée into the life …

NEAF Public Lecture Series | 23 October 2019

NEAF Public Lecture Series Wednesday 23 October 2019 Peter Edwell | Macquarie University The Highs and Lows of Life in Roman Mesopotamia Mesopotamia was Rome’s most easterly province and comprised parts of modern Turkey, Syria and Iraq. The province was frequently the object of imperial rivalry between Rome and the Parthian/Sasanian Empires in the third …

Copy of Near Eastern Seminar Series (NESS) – 23 September 2019

Holly Winter | The University of Sydney Reassessing middle bronze age courtyard palaces in the Southern Levant ……… Everyone is welcome to attend the Near Eastern Seminar Series. Where CCANESA Madsen Building F09 Eastern Avenue, The University of Sydney 2006 Contact the 2019 Seminar Series convenor: Click here to email The Department of Archaeology is …

Near Eastern Seminar Series (NESS) – 16 September 2019

Dr John Tidmarsh | The University of Sydney A view from the summit: Excavations at Jebe Khalid on the Euprates ……… The Department of Archaeology hosts a lively departmental research seminar series. Everyone is welcome to attend. Where Seminars are held in the Refectory from 4-5pm, and are followed by drinks and discussion. Refectory H113 Quadrangle …

Archaeology, Museums, Heritage and Material Culture Seminar, 1 November

Dr Tim Owen | GML Heritage Flint, ballast, and tools. A new story in Sydney’s record of stone ……… The Department of Archaeology hosts a lively departmental research seminar series. Everyone is welcome to attend. Where Seminars are held in the Refectory from 4-5pm, and are followed by drinks and discussion. Refectory H113 Quadrangle A14 Click …

Archaeology, Museums, Heritage and Material Culture Seminar, 18 October

Dr Gwendolyn Hyslop | The University of Sydney Millets, buckwheats, and the spread of Tibeto-Burman languages into the Eastern Himalayas ……… The Department of Archaeology hosts a lively departmental research seminar series. Everyone is welcome to attend. Where Seminars are held in the Refectory from 4-5pm, and are followed by drinks and discussion. Refectory H113 Quadrangle …

Archaeology, Museums, Heritage and Material Culture Seminar, 4 October

Dr Jamie Fraser | The University of Sydney The archaeology of olive oil: new excavations at Khirbet Ghozlan, Jordan. When large, fortified, mounded settlements were abandoned in the mid 3rd millennium BC, the economy of the southern Levant is thought to have reverted to agro-pastoral subsistence. However, the appearance of several small, enclosed sites in …

Archaeology, Museums, Heritage and Material Culture Seminar, 27 September

Michael Rampe | Pedestal 3D Sites and stories: digital heritage frontiers ……… The Department of Archaeology hosts a lively departmental research seminar series. Everyone is welcome to attend. Where Seminars are held in the Refectory from 4-5pm, and are followed by drinks and discussion. Refectory H113 Quadrangle A14 Click here for map 2019 Seminar Series convenors: …