Landscape Archaeology Conference 2018

I organised a session at the biennial Landscape Archaeology Conference at Newcastle and Durham Universities last week. The session ‘Landscape Archaeology in Africa’s later prehistory: new methods and current research’ attracted a range of scholars working in different areas of Africa. I also spoke about the ‘Becoming Muslim’ project in the session ‘Remote Sensing and Archaeology’.

– Nadia

Dr Julia Nikolaus from the University of Leicester talking about the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (EAMENA) project

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