Each year, Glasgow Archaeological Society organises and hosts a programme of monthly lectures by speakers from Britain and abroad, which runs from October through to April.
Since its inception, the Glasgow Archaeological Society Lecture Programme has offered a diverse range of topics on all things archaeological – from the prehistoric to the post medieval period — and our programme from 2019-2020 is no different.
Dates for your diary are as follows:
Richard Annis: Durham and Dunbar: Scottish Soldiers at Palace Green
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 6.30 pm, Thursday 7.30pm
Dalrymple lecture series: Professor Adam T. Smith: The Civilization Machine
Jim Mearns and Geoff Bailey: Offa’s Dyke - From Sea to Sea?
Additional speaker to be confirmed.
Tertia Barnett: Scotland’s Rock Art Project
Graeme Wi lson: The Links of Noltland, Orkney
Irving Finkel: The First Ghosts and the Babylonian Underworld
AGM followed by Adrián Maldonado: Scotland at 1000 AD: An Artefactual History
All of our lectures are free to attend, and are open to everyone.
Except for the Dalrymples, all lectures are held on the third Thursday of the month from 7.30pm to 9pm. Unless otherwise stated, the lectures will be held in Glasgow University’s Boyd Orr Building, University Gardens.
Additional information about each of our lectures will be posted on the website and across our social media in the coming months, as will any changes that may be necessary.
Members of Glasgow Archaeological Society can receive information on all of our lectures, excursions, and other activities via email; if you are interested in becoming a member, please see our Membership page, or contact our Membership Secretary for more details.