ASA1 papers

Session 1: Widening Participation Chair: Navid Tomlinson

The Childe Collective: shared learning, teaching and discourse
- Alex Westra, University of Edinburgh

Edinburgh Archaeology Outreach Project: engaging children in archaeology
- Hannah McGlynn, University of Edinburgh

Citizen science and archaeology for all
- Francesca Campbell, University of Sheffield

Elites, soldiers and 'pretty things': the problem of popular representations and stereotypes in archaeology
- Rachael Sycamore, University of Durham

Indigenous archaeology as integrated archaeology: postcolonialism in post-colonial societies
- Adam Rolewicz, University of York

Session 2: Identity Chair: David Altoft

Viking games in a foreign land
- Stepan Stepanenko, University of York

Is it a boy or a girl? Identifying non-binary gender representations and intersex people in the archaeological record
- Victoria Gladwin, University of York

Mary Ann York: a phenomenological approach to constructing an eighteenth century identity
- Katie Buckley, University of York

After the Making of the English Working Class: how can historical archaeology be humanist?
- Isaak Wilson, University of York

Session 3: Landscape Chair: Taryk Welburn

The earth and timber castles of the Llŷn peninsula in their archaeological, historical and landscape context
- Jamie Davies, University of Durham

The deserted Early Medieval villages of East Yorkshire
- Jonathan Foster, University of York

The Yadlee Stone Circle Project
- Tom Gardner, University of Edinburgh

Session 4: Death and Belief Chair: Guro Rolandsen

A well-oiled future: 4,000 years of Babylonian fortune-telling
- Alex Loktionov, University of Cambridge

The cult of Isis in Pompeii
- Kelly Guerrieri, University of York

Death, landscape and the ancestors: mortuary practices in the Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic of southwest Britain
- Gemma Smith, University of Southampton

Swahili tombs
- Shaunie Walsh, University of York

Session 5: Reassessing Received Wisdom Chair: Katie Buckley

What can stable isotope analysis of the inhabitants of a Brazilian sambiquis tell us about these sites
- Michael Eustace, University of York

New perspectives on cock-fighting in Roman Britain
- Sean Doherty, University of Nottingham

Clarkly Hill and Viking Networks: artefactual evidence for long-distance contact during the Viking Age at a site near Burghead, Moray
- Craig Stanford, University of Aberdeen

Post-Medieval skeletal assemblages in London: what part did industrialisation play?
- Guro Rolandsen, University of York

Session 6: Theory and Practice Chair: Adam Rolewicz

The Isle of Plenty: Iron Age Thanet
- Ceri Gage, University of Kent

Cultural heritage theory and practice: illustrating real world complexities using the City of York as a case study
- Ben Wajdner, University of York

Wide ranging theory: a critique of regional variation in archaeology
- Alex Niño de Guzman, University of York

Is the past always lost in translation?
- Alice Crawford, Department of History, University of York

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