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[12-16 March 2012, UK] Understanding Archaeological Ceramic Research Design

Host Organisation: Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK

Location: The Department of Archaeology is housed in Northgate House, which lies in the eastern edge of the University of Sheffield Campus on West Street, close to the city centre of Sheffield. Information: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/visitors

Dates: Monday 12th – Friday 16th March 2012

This five day training activity will introduce students to the development of research design in the application of analytical techniques to the study of archaeological ceramics. Based on the discussion of real case studies and inquiry-based problem-solving sessions, we will examine alternative strategies in the creation of integrated analytical studies which answer current complex questions of ceramic technology, production, exchange and consumption.

Open to the public: This course is open for NARNIA fellows and others outside the consortium.
No. of places available:  max 20 participants
Fee: free course

Tutors include: (Provisional) Jose Carvajal Lopez, Peter Day, Roger Doonan, Ellery Frahm, Peter Hommel (Oxford), Ana Jorge (Aberdeen), Peter Tomkins (Leuven).

Contact Person: Dr Peter Day, p.m.day@sheffield.ac.uk, Tel: +44 114 222 2917 office / +44 114 222 2900 administration

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