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Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) announces Heritage Science Scholarship for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates 

Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) announces Heritage Science Scholarship for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates 

15 April 2016

Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) is funding a scholarship for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates accepted onto the UCL MRes in Science and Engineering in Art, Heritage and Archaeology (SEAHA).  HRP particularly ...
UCL ISH Director takes on extended role during UN Global Colloquium of University Presidents at Yale University, 11-13 April 2016

UCL ISH Director takes on extended role during UN Global Colloquium of University Presidents at Yale University, 11-13 April 2016

11 April 2016

UCL ISH Director Professor May Cassar and the UCL President and Provost Professor Michael Arthur will attend a meeting of University Presidents from around the world with the support and participation of United ...
SEAHA students launch the Heritage Science Podcast

SEAHA students launch the Heritage Science Podcast

SEAHA have announced the launch of the brand new Heritage Science Podcast, a series of monthly 45-minute episodes about all aspects of heritage science, organised and produced by students of SEAHA.

UCL ISH 2014-15 annual review now available

In our first ever annual review, explore the excellent work of our staff and students over the past academic year. In addition, look back on UCL ISH's 2014-2015 Guest Lecture series and ...

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UCL ISH April Guest Lecture: Boris Pretzel (V&A) 'Contradictions in Conservation'

UCL ISH April Guest Lecture: Boris Pretzel (V&A) 'Contradictions in Conservation'

21 April 2016

UCL ISH March Guest Lecture: Julian Bowsher, MOLA, 'Sustaining Shakespeare’s Stages'

UCL ISH March Guest Lecture: Julian Bowsher, MOLA, 'Sustaining Shakespeare’s Stages'

17 March 2016

UCL ISH February Guest Lecture: Simon Cane, Director of Public and Cultural Engagement (UCL PACE) 'Conservation Future Challenges –Redux!'

UCL ISH February Guest Lecture: Simon Cane, Director of Public and Cultural Engagement (UCL PACE) 'Conservation Future Challenges –Redux!'

18 February 2016

UCL ISH Guest Lecture January 2016: Prof Norman MacLeod (NHM) "Setting the Modern Biodiversity Crisis in Context"

UCL ISH Guest Lecture January 2016: Prof Norman MacLeod (NHM) "Setting the Modern Biodiversity Crisis in Context"

21 January 2016

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UCL ISH Guest Lecture December 2015: Dr Ulrich Tiedau (UCLDH) "Text mining digitized newspaper collections: a digital qualitative approach to the history of mentalities in Europe 1800–2000"

UCL ISH Guest Lecture December 2015: Dr Ulrich Tiedau (UCLDH) "Text mining digitized newspaper collections: a digital qualitative approach to the history of mentalities in Europe 1800–2000"

10 December 2015

Dr Ulirich Tiedau, Associate Director of UCL Centre for Digital Humanities will be our December 2015 guest speaker.

UCL ISH Guest Lecture November 2015: Dr Adam Cooper (UCL STEaPP), “The price of heritage and the value of identity. (Or: Everything you wanted to know about valuing heritage, but were afraid to ask)”

19 November 2015

Government policy-making for heritage is bound by two straitjackets: i) economic valuation practices ii) a narrow understanding of heritage. I will explore both these issues, looking first at approaches to valuing heritage for ...