Posts Tagged "University of York"

JUNE 2014: EUROTAST fellow Jessica Hendy receives York Georgian Society commendation

  Jessica Hendy was highly commended for the Patrick Nuttgens Award for 2014, awarded by the York Georgian Society. The award is designed to encourage research into Georgian period society and culture. She will use the award to attend the Society for the Social History of Medicine conference in Oxford in July.

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Sept 2013: PhD Fellows present at British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology annual meeting

Sept 2013: PhD Fellows present at British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology annual meeting

EUROTAST fellows, Judy Watson, Erna Johannesdottir, Jessica Hendy and Cesar Fortes-Lima delivered podium and poster presentations at the annual meeting of the British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO) at the University of York on the 13th -15th of September 2013. Cesar Fortes-Lima outlined his research on using modern genetic data to reconstruct the history…

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July 2013: EUROTAST Job opportunity for experienced researcher at University of York (Deadline: 19th August 2013)

Marie Curie Experienced Researcher (ER2) – Dissemination & Outreach Department: Archaeology Based at: University of York – King’s Manor, York city centre Hours of work: Full-time Contract status: Fixed term – FULL JOB DETAIL DOWNLOADABLE HERE Application Deadline: 19th August 2013 EUROTAST is looking for an Experienced Researcher (ER) with a focus on public engagement,…

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June 2012: Professor James Walvin inaugural EUROTAST lecture @ York University

June 2012: Professor James Walvin inaugural EUROTAST lecture @ York University

Emeritus Professor James Walvin, a leading scholar on the transatlantic slave trade, delivered a special public lecture for the EUROTAST launch at the Institute for Public Understanding of the past (IPUP), entitled Then and Now: Viewing the Transatlantic Slave Trade Over Forty Years. Professor Walvin spoke to a full auditorium, including EUROTAST fellows, York University and cultural…

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