Ancient Identities Today
IRON AGE, ROMAN & EARLY MEDIEVAL HERITAGES
Exploring how Iron Age, Roman and Early Medieval pasts of England, Scotland and Wales are called upon today by different stakeholders, and situating this understanding in an international context.
This conference was held on 14 and 15 May 2019, at the University of Stirling. It generated focussed discussion on the ontologies, epistemologies and ethics of undertaking heritage research drawing on big data. Organised by Chiara Bonacchi (University of Stirling),...
So far, most of my fieldwork has taken me to heritage venues that seek to reconstruct Iron Age life. But this project is equally concerned with the period that followed – when large parts of the British Isles became governed by Rome, and when new people, new ideas,...
The Limes Congress 2018 is in full swing in Serbia this week. Project PI, Richard Hingley, is presenting some of our project results on Sunday in a session entitled 'Presenting the Roman Frontiers', chaired by Nigel Mills and Christof Fluegelan. The paper is...
HELP US CREATE HIGH QUALITY RESEARCH DATA
ABOUT OUR HUMAN PAST & ITS CONTEMPORARY HERITAGE.
You can join the project team and help us analyse web data of different kind, ranging from videos to newspaper articles. Have a go on the MicroPasts crowdsourcing website and tell us what you think about the project on the forum.