The Glasgow Archaeological Society lecture programme is now in place for the coming academic year, and is outlined below.
Due to the current global events we are unable to hold our lectures in the usual venue at Glasgow university. For the foreseeable future all of the lectures in this this year's programme will be broadcast online via Zoom, on the third Thursday of the month at 7.30pm (unless otherwise stated). As usual, they are all free of charge and you do not have to be a member of Glasgow Archaeological Society in order to attend.
Please be aware that space may be limited, so invites will be sent out on a first come, first served basis, with priority given to GAS members first and foremost.
If you are unable to attend any of the lectures on the evening then don't worry! They will be made available on Youtube (with links from our website) after the event.
Please refer back to this website or our Facebook page for any updates and further details.
GAS Lecture Programme 2020-2021
Thursday, October 15th 2020
Kenny Brophy, University of Glasgow
Megalithic Overkill? The multiple stone rows of Caithness and Sutherland
Thursday, November 19th 2020
Adrian Maldonado, National Museums of Scotland
Scotland at 1000AD – an artefactual history
Thursday, December 17th 2020
Eddie Stewart, PhD student, University of Glasgow
Louisa Campbell, LKAS Fellow, University of Glasgow
To and from the Earth; (Re)collecting place in urban edgelands through the case study of Mount Vernon and Daldowie
Flipping the Script on Colonial Narratives: Replicating Roman Reliefs on the Antonine Wall
Thursday, January 21st 2021
Ewan Campbell, University of Glasgow
A new Jerusalem at ‘the ends of the earth’ – new light on Columba’s Iona
Thursday, February 18th 2021
Nicki Whitehouse, University of Glasgow
Prehistoric land-use history and food production in early agricultural societies
Thursday, March 18th 2021
Seren Griffiths, MMU
TIME – third and fourth millennium Ireland and Britain – a history of social change
Thursday, April 22nd 2021
Dorothy Gormlie, GAS President
Richard III, Knight and Commander
Members of Glasgow Archaeological Society can keep up to date with all of the latest developments via email. To learn more about joining the society, click here.