Classical & Archaeological Studies news
Call for conference session proposals on Roman archaeology
16 August 2018
The Department of Classical & Archaeological Studies at Kent is delighted to be hosting the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC) next year, 11-14 April 2019. TRAC is an unincorporated voluntary association that has developed from and around the annual series of conferences held since 1991. The first TRAC was held in 1991 to widen the range of perspectives offered, and voices heard, in Roman Archaeology. The TRAC 2019 Local Organising...
Two new books from Simon Elliott
30 July 2018
Dr Simon Elliott, Honorary Research Fellow and alumnus of the Department of Classical & Archaeological Studies, has just published two further works, Ragstone to Riches (Bar Publishing, 2018) and Roman Legionaries: Soldiers of Empire (Casemate, 2018). Ragstone to Riches tells the story of the huge Roman metalla extractive industries of the south east of the province of Britannia. These provided much of the iron to equip the military there, and ...
Congratulations to Dunstan Lowe
27 July 2018
On 1 October 2018, Dr Dunstan Lowe will be promoted to Senior Lecturer in the Department of Classical & Archaeological Studies. Our congratulations to Dustan on his well earned promotion for the forthcoming academic year.
Congratulations to our graduates
19 July 2018
Congratulations to our final-year students from the Department of Classical & Archaeological Studies, who graduated yesterday with their well-earned degrees. This is the culmination of three or four years of hard work (or longer for part-time students). A post-graduation party was held on campus, complete with a prize-giving ceremony for those who have made a particular contribution to the school. The Classical & Archaeological prize w...
Alumnus Simon Elliott media appearances
5 July 2018
Dr Simon Elliott, alumnus and Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Classical & Archaeological Studies, has made a number of media appearances drawing upon his expertise from his recent book Septimius Severus in Scotland: The Northern Campaigns of the First Hammer of the Scots (Greenhill Books, 2018). Simon features in the latest issue of Minerva: The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology, dated July/August 2018, contribut...