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Inaugural Postgraduate Forum


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From: Hannah Lynch [mailto:h.l.lynch@NCL.AC.UK]
Sent: 27 April 2004 13:35

Dear All,
Please find below the timetable for the Inaugural Postgraduate Forum
Conference at the School of Historical Studies, University of Newcastle
upon Tyne, on May 14th. This conference is free and open to all; all we
ask is that you email us with your intention to attend
(h.l.lynch@ncl.ac.uk). More details at:
http://www.historical-studies.ncl.ac.uk/postgrad_forum/
Many thanks,
Hannah Lynch.

Inaugural Postgraduate Forum Conference
14th May 2004
ICCHS Lecture Theatre, Line Building
University of Newcastle upon Tyne

9.30 - 9.45am
Introduction and Welcome from Jeremy Boulton, Head of the School of
Historical Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
9.45 - 10.15am
'Fieldwalking in Wensleydale and Problems with The Study of Neolithic
Exchange' (Hannah Lynch, School of Historical Studies, University of
Newcastle upon Tyne)
10.15 - 10.45am
'Looking to the Future: Cicero on Divination Through Dreams' (Maithe
Hulskamp, School of Historical Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
10.45 - 11.15am
'The Appeal of the British National Party (BNP): 1993 -2003.' (Andrew Ali,
School of Historical Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
11.15 - 11.30am Coffee
11.30 - 12.00
'Space, Light and Experience in Byzantine Churches' (Claire Nesbitt,
School of Historical Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
12.00 - 12.30pm
'The Reconstruction of Archaeological Artefacts: an Experiential Approach
to Archaeological Investigation' (Andy Bates, Freelance Experimental
Archaeologist)
12.30 - 1.00pm
'Rus in Urbe: The Domus Aurea and Neronian Horti in the City of Rome'
(Simon Wood, School of Historical Studies, University of Newcastle upon
Tyne'
1.00- 1.45pm Lunch
1.45 - 2.00pm
Introduction to Session
2.00 - 2.30pm
'The Macella of Rome' (Sue Walker, School of Historical Studies,
University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
2.30 - 3.00pm
'The Poverty of Tory Historiography. Margaret Thatcher and the
Conservative Party in the 1970s' (Campbell Storey, School of Historical
Studies, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
3.00 - 3.15pm Coffee
3.15 - 3.45pm
'The Star Disc of Nebra: The Problem of Circular Arguments in
Archæoastronomy' (Alun Salt, School of Archaeology and Ancient History,
University of Leicester)
3.45 - 4.15pm
'From Head to Soul: the Problem of the Division of the Human Psyche in
Aristotle's Ethics' (Sarah Francis, School of Historical Studies,
University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
Posted by BrigantesNation
27th April 2004ce

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