The UHI Archaeology Institute will host a researcher from India in April as part of an international programme run by the Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities (SGSAH).
With the polls closing tomorrow, there’s only a few hours left to vote for us in the 2023 Current Archaeology Awards.
A four-day archaeological research conference is being held in Orkney in March as the final event in the development of Scotland’s Islands Research Framework for Archaeology (SIRFA).
Staff and students from the UHI Archaeology Institute have been in Elgin this week for the 2023 UHI Research Conference.
The impact of art and archaeology in Orkney is one of the case studies highlighted in the latest edition of British Archaeology magazine.
The Development of Neolithic House Societies in Orkney: Investigations in the Bay of Firth, Mainland, Orkney (1994–2014), edited by Colin Richards and Richard Jones, is available as a free PDF via Oxbow books.
UHI Archaeology Institute BSc graduate Sue Dyke has won a prestigious award for her undergraduate dissertation.
Professor Colin Richards’ investigation into Neolithic dolmens is up for the title of the Current Archaeology’s Research Project of the Year, with voting now open to the public.
Our book ‘Landscapes Revealed’ has been nominated for Book of the Year in the Current Archaeology Awards.
A paper by Dr Sarah Jane Gibbon and Dr James Moore is among those found in a new open access publication, “Unlocking Sacred Landscapes: Religious and Insular Identities in Context”.
Dr Ragnhild Ljosland updates us on her “Vikings, Pirates, and Shipwrecked Princesses” project.
Professor Ingrid Mainland and Nick Card are among the authors of a new paper on the faunal remains from the Ness of Brodgar.
Three events are taking place in November as part of Vikings, Pirates, and Shipwrecked Princesses – a project recording folklore attached to Orkney names – and Book Week Scotland 2022.
The archaeobotanical assemblage from the Braes of Ha’Breck, on the Orkney island of Wyre, is among those analysed in a new paper published in the journal Antiquity.
Dr Sarah Jane Gibbon and UHI Archaeology Institute PhD student Jenny Murray will be among the speakers at the St Magnus Symposium in Orkney on Friday.
The rescheduled Shapinsay launch event for the Tombs of the Isles project will take place on Tuesday, September 6.