As mentioned in my previous post, I am co-organising a second seminar series this term. Do get in touch if you would like to attend any of these talks.
I have the pleasure of co-organising not one, but two, excellent seminar series this academic year: The Postgraduate Research Seminars for the University of Edinburgh School of History, Classics and Archaeology and those of the Pandemic Perspectives group. While the former is generally for an internal audience (although do get in touch if you want… Read More Pandemic Perspectives Autumn Seminar Series 2021-22
An hour’s drive north of Edinburgh, in the Kingdom of Fife, sits Wemyss (pronounced Weems), a small town on the coast of the North Sea, home to Scotland’s (and thus the world’s) largest collection of Pictish carvings. These are found in a series of caves on what on was once the shoreline, but has now… Read More Puttin’ on the Picts: A Trip to Wemyss Caves