Nothing to announce for the moment.
- ‘Time and archaeology.’ Public lecture by Seren Griffiths, 18th March 2021 Glasgow University.
- ‘Events, Narrative, and Data: Why New Chronologies, Big Data and New Materiality Should Change How We Write.’ Public lecture by Seren Griffiths, 4th May 2021 Manchester University.
- ‘Organic revolutions: new archaeological narratives from archived ecofacts.’ Conference paper by P. Johnston, N. Overton and S. Griffiths, 2 April 2022 at the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland annual conference.
- ‘Project TIME. Third and fourth millennia Ireland and Britain: a history of Major social change Explored.’ By Nick Overton, 11 October 2022 at The Manchester Center for Archaeology and Egyptology.
- ‘Continuity and Change: the timing of Grooved Ware-associated practices in Ireland.’ By Seren Griffiths and Neil Carlin, 7th November 2022. Neolithic Studies Group
- ‘Daring to suspect — the Beaker “problem” and the Grooved Ware folk. Time and temporal models in 4th and 3rd millennium cal BC Ireland and Britain.’ By Neil Carlin and Seren Griffiths. Bronze Age Forum Cambridge 2022, 13th November 2022. T
Available to listen to or view online:
- ‘Plants remains and chronology: preliminary results from two late 4th/early 3rd millennia sites in Louth.’ Public lecture by Penny Johnston, part of the Environmental Archaeology in Ireland Seminar Series, 21 October 2021. View the event here.
- ‘Making Time in 4th and 3rd millennium Ireland and Britain.’ Lecture presented by Seren Griffiths, part of the University of Glasgow Archaeology Research Seminar series, 2 November 2022. View the event here.