Category: Student blog

Review of AEA conference – Julia Meen

Review of AEA conference – Julia Meen I’m hoping to bring a dual perspective to the student blog today – my view of the recent AEA conference in Leicester, from my vantage point as both a student and a commercial more »

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A conference first – by Natasha Cross

My first academic conference experience as an Undergraduate student- By Natasha Cross My name is Natasha Cross and I am in my final year at Bournemouth University, studying BSc (Hons) Archaeology. I was awarded an AEA conference grant to present a more »

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Student Blog: ‘Taking the deepest core in Ireland’

As your new student representative I thought I would kick things off by telling you a little about some recent fieldwork undertaken as part of my PhD research ‘People, Land-use and Time’ which is investigating prehistoric human-environment interactions in western more »

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Student Blog: ‘Geoarchaeology across the ages – the Bradford Kaims, Northumberland.’

Tom Gardner Carnegie Trust PhD Candidate at the University of Edinburgh Within the north of Northumberland lies a large postglacial fenland, stretching at a low incline for 14km north to south, emptying to the north into Budle Bay near the more »

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Student Blog: student contributors sought!

Are you a student member of the AEA? If so, we want to hear from you! The student reps (Laura and Rhiannon) would like to start showcasing our student members through the AEA Student Blog. The blog provides an informal, more »

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Student Blog: A Week at the Museum: 2015 NERC Palaeoecology Course

My name is Rhiannon Philp and as your newly elected AEA Student Representative, it now falls to me to maintain the student blog, so I thought I would kick off proceedings with an overview of a fantastic course that I more »

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Student blog – Life as an Archaeobotanist at Neolithic Çatalhöyük, Turkey

This month’s student blog post is inspired by the ‘Day of Archaeology’, which took place recently (24th July 2015), where hundreds of participants posted online entries describing their individual days working in the world of archaeology. Here I will present more »

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Student blog: Interview Geoff Hill

Interview questions Geoff Hill: Some archaeologists are after Cleopatra, others are more into Coleoptera! This blog entry will host Geoff Hill, a PhD student at Queen’s University Belfast, who has kindly shared some insights from his young career as an more »

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AEA student blog – Interview with Julia Best

AEA student blog. Interview with Julia Best: As part of this blog’s mission to provide young researchers with a glimpse into current research and career development in the field of Environmental Archaeology, we would like to introduce you to Julia more »

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Welcome to the AEA student blog

Welcome to the AEA student blog! The Association for Environmental Archaeology encourages interaction between researchers in the field, and this includes young researchers who are interested in learning more about opportunities for development and networking. This blog will give you more »

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