Highland Archaeology: Past, Present and Future
A symposium to explore Highland Archaeology from the Mesolithic to 20th century: what we know, how does the picture compare to national trends, where are the gaps and key areas for future work.
When: 2nd & 3rd June 2018
Where: Highland Council Headquarters, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness
Who is this for? Everyone who is interested - academics, students, museums, community groups, educational groups, commercial units and individuals. Come to learn, contribute and discuss!
Free! Soup & sandwich lunches can be booked for £5.25.
The booking form is in on the ARCH website in the Library in the Highland Regional ScARF folder.
Saturday, 2nd June
11:00-11:45 Sources for investigating Highland Heritage - Susan Kruse
11:45-12:30 Mesolithic and earlier Highlands - Caroline Wickham-Jones
13:30-14:15 Neolithic Highlands - Alison Sheridan
14:15-15:00 Bronze Age Highlands - Trevor Cowie
15:15-16:00 Iron Age HIghlands - Andy Heald
16:00-16:45 Pictish Highlands - Gordon Noble
16:45-17:00 Any other discussion
Sunday, 3rd June
9:30-10:15 Viking / Norse / Medieval Highlands - Cecily Spall
10:15-11:00 Post-medieval ettlement and vernacular architecture - Malcolm Bangor Jones
11:15-12:00 Wartime remains - Allan Kilpatrick
12:00-12:45 Environmental evidence for the Highlands - Scott Timpany
13:45-14:15 Posters: contribute your knowledge and thoughts
14:15-16:00 Discussion and ways forward, including discussion of cross cutting panels