Tag: cotswolds

Person to person: an intimate archaeological experience

This post comes from Dr Tim Copeland. If I am at a social occasion of some sort, and people ask me what I do for a living and I reply ‘archaeologist’, they immediately have a lot of questions […]

  Higher Education 20 September 2018  

Shedding Light on ‘Darkest Cheltenham’: the Lower High Street Project

The History blog has not been as active as usual in recent months, and while this was not ideal, there is a good excuse. Over the last seven months, staff and students in History at the University of […]

  Christian O'Connell 14 July 2017  

Iain Robertson Down Under

Along with my colleague, Carl Griffin from the University of Sussex, I have been extremely lucky to have been awarded a short-term Research Fellowship at the University of Curtin (Perth, Western Australia). This has enabled Carl and I […]

  Iain Robertson 8 December 2014