UHI Archaeology Institute undergraduate Sara Marinoni was successful in securing a Carnegie Vacation Scholarship this year and her final presentation is now available online.
This month’s University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute online seminar looks at how augmented reality can be used to interpret archaeology in an island landscape.
The ongoing excavation at the Burn of Swartigill is the subject of a Highland Archaeology Festival online talk on Monday, October 4.
An exciting new perspective on prehistoric dolmens awaits readers of a new book by Professor Colin Richards of the UHI Archaeology Institute and Prof Vicki Cummings of the University of Central Lancashire.
On Thursday evening, Professor Jane Downes will deliver a talk in Westray on her research into climate change causes and effects and how these impact our communities.
The University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute’s BSc (Hons) in archaeology and environmental studies is one of a trio of courses that have placed the UHI first in Scotland in the “Earth and Marine Sciences” category of The Guardian newspaper’s 2022 University Guide.
Orcadian zooarchaeologist Ingrid Mainland has been awarded a professorship from the University of the Highlands and Islands in recognition of her research achievements, establishing archaeological science as part of the Archaeology Institute’s curriculum, and spearheading the growth of its masters programmes.
Hannah Genders Boyd outlines her research on Bronze and Iron Age roundhouse communities in western Scotland and their relationship with the local environment.
he UHI Archaeology Institute is among the organisations represented at the annual University Archaeology Day tomorrow, Tuesday, September 21.
The University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute has three part-funded Masters by Research (MRes) studentships available – two for the LIFTE project and one relating to the Ness of Brodgar.
Friday greeted us with a misty morning, a fresh foresty smell in the air and the purple heather flowers glimmering with dew as we made our way to the site.
The UHI Archaeology Institute is seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced persons for the above post.
The island of Eday is the venue for the final field event of the Orkney Energy Landscapes Project, which will explore the story of peat – from its environmental history to peat cutting and exporting from the island.