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Archaeology for a Changing Planet - UofG Archaeology Research Seminars 2021

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University of Glasgow Archaeology Research Seminar Series - Fall 2021 - special focus on themes related to COP26

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In November 2021 the COP26 Meeting will be held in Glasgow. The importance of COP26 creates an opportunity to draw attention to the work done here in Scotland and globally at the intersection of archaeology, heritage, society, climate and the environment. This year the University of Glasgow Archaeology seminar series highlights the diverse contributions of archaeological and heritage researchers through their work relevant to the central concerns of COP26 including: impacts of climate change, human – environment interactions, landscape change, social responses to environmental and climate change, activist scholarship to promote sustainability, and an overarching commitment to social justice. This seminar series aims to engage a broad research and public community with this work.

Details on the programme, including speaker information, titles and talk abstracts, posters by graduate research students and recorded talks are available on the Archaeology for a Changing Planet - Research Seminar Series website.

You can also learn more about our research and teaching in Archaeology at the University of Glasgow.


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In November 2021 the COP26 Meeting will be held in Glasgow. The importance of COP26 creates an opportunity to draw attention to the work done here in Scotland and globally at the intersection of archaeology, heritage, society, climate and the environment. This year the University of Glasgow Archaeology seminar series highlights the diverse contributions of archaeological and heritage researchers through their work relevant to the central concerns of COP26 including: impacts of climate change, human – environment interactions, landscape change, social responses to environmental and climate change, activist scholarship to promote sustainability, and an overarching commitment to social justice. This seminar series aims to engage a broad research and public community with this work.

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