Each year, Glasgow Archaeological Society organises and hosts a series of monthly lectures by speakers from Britain and abroad, which runs from October through to April. We are now pleased to announce our new lecture programme for 2018-2019.
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. The lectures usually take place in the Glasgow University’s Boyd Orr Building, in University Avenue on the third Thursday of each month, starting at 7.30pm, with the exception of our Dalrymple Lecture Series.
All of our lectures are free to attend, and are open to members and non-members alike.
Programme for GAS October 2018 – April 2019
Euan MacKie – The Broch and the Empire: Re-assessing the Work at Leckie, Stirlingshire, in the 1970’s.
Dalrymple celebrates Mackintosh.
Roger Billcliffe – Mackintosh and the Four: the Origins of the Glasgow Style.
Laurence Keppie – Pontius Pilate: the Scottish Connection.
Jim Mearns and Gavin McNae – Droning over the Antonine Wall.
Murray Cook – Later Prehistoric Settlement of the Forth Valley (Brochs, Duns and Hillforts).
Gavin Lucas – The Archaeology of Time.
Stephen Harrison – Viking Burial Practices in Britain and Ireland.
Bob Will – St. Kilda.
Some details may change in the coming months; please refer to our events calendar for more information.
Members of Glasgow Archaeological Society can receive information on all 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.