Project presentations

Here is a list of conferences etc. at which EngLaID researchers have presented since the outset of the project (including upcoming talks).

People:
AC – Anwen Cooper
CGo – Chris Gosden
CGr – Chris Green
DS – Dan Stansbie
JPy – John Pybus
LTH – Letty ten Harkel
MC – Miranda Creswell
SM – Sarah Mallet
TF – Tyler Franconi
VD – Victoria Donnelly
ZK – Zena Kamash

2011

November

London, Power and Place in Later Roman and Early Medieval Europe, UCL: ‘Landscape and Identity: The Case of the English Landscape c. 1500 BC – AD 1086.’ (poster) LTH

2012

April

Southampton, CAA 2012: ‘Archaeology in broad strokes.’ CGr

Southampton, CAA 2012: semantic web paper. JPy

Oxford, IFA conference: ‘Archaeology in broad strokes.’ CGr

May

Spain, ESF landscape workshop: ‘Time to scale up: building an archaeology of the English landscape from 1500BC to AD1086.’ CGr

June

Berlin, LAC 2012: ‘Understanding the relationship between landscape and identity: a case study from Dartmoor and the Tamar Valley, Devon, c. 1500BC – AD1086.’ LTH

Berlin, LAC 2012: ‘Plotting long term change.’ (poster) CGr

Oxford, Digital Humanties @ Oxford: ‘Don’t waste space: how GIS can aid digital humanities research.’ CGr

Oxford, Landscape and Scale. EngLaId-organised workshop.

August

Oxford, Geospatial visualization workshop. CGr

Helsinki, Finland, EAA (European Association of Archaeologists), Helsinki: ‘Change and continuity in the early medieval landscape of Dartmoor and the Tamar valley, Devon, England.’ LTH

September

Durham, 63rd Internationales Sachsensymposion, Durham: ‘Landscape and Identity: The Case of the English Landscape c. 1500 BC – AD 1086.’ (poster) LTH

Newcastle, RAI conference, Legacies of Northumberland: paper on hoards in landscape context. LTH/CGr

October

London, Portable Antiquities Scheme conference: ‘Objects and Landscape: Understanding the Medieval Period through Finds Recorded by the Portable Antiquities Scheme.’ LTH

2013

February

Swindon NMP Projects Meeting: ‘EngLaID and the NMP.’ CGr

Didcot, Cornerstone Art Centre: lectures on ‘Didcot dog mile.’ CGo/MC

March

Durham, Early medieval seminar, Department of Archaeology: ‘English Landscapes and Identities: the case of the English Landscape c.1500 BC – AD 1086.’ LTH

April

Perth, Australia CAA 2013: ‘Snakes and ladders” the multi-scalar analysis of landscape archaeology.’ CGr

June

Oxford, Exploring the Agency of Landscape: a multi-disciplinary symposium. EngLaId-organised workshop.

October

Salisbury District Hospital: ‘A view from the garden: the archaeology in the view from Horatio’s Garden.’ ZK/MC

Bath, New approaches to Roman Archaeology: ‘Roman Somerset in long-term perspective.’ ZK

December

Prague, Czech Republic Charles University, Department of Archaeology seminars: ‘Though this be madness, yet there is method in’t’: Landscapes and Identities – the case of the English Landscape c. 1500 BC – AD 1086.’ LTH

2014

January

Cambridge Archaeology seminar, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research: ‘Though this be madness, yet there is method in’t’: Landscapes and Identities – the case of the English Landscape c. 1500 BC – AD 1086.’ LTH

NEARCH Plenary Meeting, Gothenburg, Sweden: ‘Fragments, flow, image.’ AC/CGo

February

Oxford, OU ArchSoc: ‘The good, the bad and the ugly: landscapes, data and practice in English archaeology.’ AC/CGr/LTH

March

Reading, Roman Archaeology Conference: ‘Long-term rhythms versus short-term ruptures: Roman rural settlement from a long-term perspective.’ ZK

Oxford, CAA UK 2014:  ‘A study in grey:  Grey literature and archaeology in England.’ VD

April

Paris, CAA 2014: ‘Heisenberg and the archaeological map: what quantum theory can teach us about the nature of cartography.’ CGr

May

Harlow Museum Memorial lecture: ‘The English Landscape and Identities project, Oxford: tackling ‘big data’, exploring English landscapes.’ AC

Rotherham, Dearne Valley Archaeology Day, Dearne Valley College (South Yorks): ‘A study in grey:  Archaeological landscapes and grey literature in England.’ VD

Oxford, Ashmolean Museum: ‘Cezanne: a modern field of vision, traversing scale.’ MC

June

Cambridge Antiquarian Society/Prehistoric Society lecture: ‘The English Landscape and Identities project: linking diverse datasets, unravelling prehistoric legacies.’ AC

July

Leeds International Medieval Congress, Leeds: ‘Though this be madness, yet there is method in’t’: Landscapes and Identities – the case of the English Landscape c. 1500 BC – AD 1086.’ Session dedicated to EngLaId: LTH (moderator) CGr/DS/SM (speakers)

London, HER Forum: ‘The English Landscape and Identities project, Oxford: tackling ‘big data’, exploring English landscapes.’ AC/CGr

Wells and Mendip Museum Digital Humanities Summer School: expert panel member, ‘From Mendip to Levels: landscapes and identities 1500 BC – AD 1086.’ ZK

September

Istanbul, EAA. 1. ‘Exploring landscapes, sharing expertise: the English Landscape and Identities project, Oxford.’ 2. ‘The EngLaId project and the Iron Age landscape of North Northumberland, England, through time.’ 3. ‘Medieval Masterchef: Food as a total social fact in early medieval England.’  4. ‘A study in grey:  Grey literature and archaeology in England.’ 1. MC/CGr 2. LTH 3. DS 4. VD

Dublin, Aerial Archaeology Research Group: ‘NMP data in the EngLaID project.’ CGr

Leicester, IFA Research Impact Group, Leicester University: ‘The English Landscape and Identities project: interpreting characterful data on an unprecedented scale.’ AC

November

London, Portable Antiquities Scheme Conference, British Museum: ‘Finding the landscape: PAS data and the English Landscape and Identities project.’ AC/CGr

Leicester, School of Archaeology & Ancient History seminar series: ‘Plotting long term change: GIS in the EngLaID project.’ CGr

December

Tübingen, TüVA Seminar: ‘Plotting long term change: the English Landscapes and Identities project at Oxford.’ CGr

2015

March

Siena, CAA 2015: ‘Grey Literature and Archaeology in England’ Poster Presentation. VD

April

London, Travel and Communication in Anglo-Saxon England workshop, UCL: ‘Long distances over the long term: roads and routeways in the EngLaID project.’ CGr

May

Leicester, Archaeology and the Map: Critique and Practice, Leicester University: ‘Cartography and Quantum Theory: in defence of distribution mapping.’ CGr

July

Oxford, Digital Humanties @ Oxford: ‘Don’t waste space: how GIS can aid digital humanities research.’ CGr

Dorchester-on Thames: ‘Fragments of an English landscape: talk for undergraduates and volunteers at Dorchester-on-Thames excavation.’ AC/CGr

September

Oxford, Past Landscapes and Communities: the EngLaID conference. All

October

Cardiff, Department of Archaeology seminar series: ‘Plotting long term change: analysing space for the English Landscapes project.’ CGr

November

Exeter, Bronze Age Forum: ‘Held in place? Considering round barrows as an aspect of later Bronze Age landscapes.’ AC

2016

February

Oxford, St Cross College: ‘English Landscapes and Identity: understanding data in archaeology. Talks by three St Cross DPhil students.’ DS/SM/VD

March

Leicester, CAA-UK 2016: ‘The way that I field: analysing field system morphology using GIS.’ CGr

July

Dorchester-on Thames: ‘Fragments of an English landscape: talk for undergraduates and volunteers at Dorchester-on-Thames excavation.’ AC/CGr

2017

January

Amsterdam, Finding the Limits of the Limes: 1. ‘Cultivating change: Roman agricultural production and soil erosion in the Thames River basin.’ 2. ‘Modelling evidence densities: past population variation or modern structuring affordances? The case of England from the Iron Age to the early medieval period.’ 1. TF 2.CGr

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