Since January, almost 900 people have joined us for the live, monthly UHI Archaeology Institute seminars, organised by Dr Ragnhild Ljosland and which covered a range of archaeological topics.
This year we were able to record the talks, making them available to view on demand via our YouTube channel.
The seminars in this year’s series are still available to view:
- Whisky distilling in the Highlands and Islands: missing pieces of our post-medieval archaeology
- A new set of threads: the production and design of ‘Into the Wildwoods’ and ‘The First Foresters’
- Rethinking Scotland’s Neolithic carved stone balls
- The Cochno Stone and Faifley Rocks! – community archaeology and rock-art
- Seeing the woods for the trees: a palaeoecological investigation of native woodlands
- 5,000 years of waiting for the tooth fairy – Ness of Brodgar’s seaweed-eating sheep and the European context
The UHI Archaeology Institute would like to thank all the speakers as well as everyone who attended the seminars. We’re looking forward to our next season later in the year.
Watch this space for details.