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First webinar of the year

A huge thank you to Lise Loktu for starting this year’s webinar series with her presentation titled: “Research potentials connected to Svalbard cultural heritage management”. She is a senior advisor at the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU) in Tromsø, specialising in northern regions. She has previously worked as a senior advisor at the…

Recap of TAG 2022

On December 15th the Relics of Nature team hosted a session at Edinburgh TAG titled “More-than” approaches in heritagescapes of the Anthropocene: The environmental ethics of heritage”. Due to the ongoing rail strikes across the UK, we held a hybrid session with several presenters joining us on zoom. We covered a wide range of interesting…

TAG Edinburgh 2022

From the 15th to the 17th of December, the Relics of Nature team will be attending and hosting a session at the Edinburgh Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG) conference. This is a reminder that registration for the conference ends 1st of December! So, if you want to attend you’ll have to register before Thursday next week!…

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