After the original was lost, we’ve collected all the material from the 2008 Ring of Brodgar excavation dig diary, expanded on it, and made it available online again.
Dr Sarah Jane Gibbon is one of the guests on the next episode of the television programme Scotland’s Sacred Islands with Ben Fogle.
Our new website section outlining a project to capture the oral history of Orkney’s North Isles is now available.
The results of her Camellia Biswas’ research project – Orkney’s Enigmatic Seal-ationship: Mapping Dynamics of Eco-Cultural Evolution Of Human-Seal Relations in the Orkney Islands – are now available online.
UHI Archaeology Institute lecturer Dr Sarah Jane Gibbon is in Norway this week after being invited to attend a workshop hosted by the University of Bergen research group Medieval History – religion and everyday life.
The ongoing LIFTE research project was one of the topics discussed at the Ruralia conference in Norway this week.
Earlier this year, Professors Jane Downes and Colin Richards were back in the Cook Islands and Niue as part of an ongoing project to document endangered cultural heritage sites.
The first phase of a project to develop an Energy Heritage Strategy for Orkney has been completed, with the report now available to download.
The final comments in an invited debate over colonial legacies within European Prehistory have now been published, open access, by the Norwegian Archaeological Review.
An innovative new project to document the history of energy production in Orkney is under way, its goal to create an Energy Heritage Strategy for the county.
Three research projects involving the UHI Archaeology Institute’s Dr Antonia Thomas have been awarded funding from the British Academy and Royal Irish Academy.
Dr Scott Timpany has been promoted to the role of Associate Professor in recognition of his contributions to research and teaching at the UHI Archaeology Institute.
Thanks to funding from the North Isles Landscape Partnership (NILPS), a team from ORCA (UHI Archaeology Institute) undertook three geophysical surveys at three suspected Orkney Neolithic chambered cairn sites for the Tombs of the Isles project.
The UHI Archaeology Institute played host to a group from the Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo, this morning.