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Meet the team at Buckler’s Hard shipwrightery weekend

This weekend, Professor Jon Adams, Dr Julian Whitewright and Rodrigo Ortiz will be at Buckler's Hard in the New Forest as part of the shipwrightery weekend. One of the objectives of this workshop is for our students to learn how to use the tools of the trade to produce the tools marks they will need to interpret as maritime archaeologists. To read more about what the students will be doing, please visit the News section of the Buckler's Hard website (May Bank Holiday Weekend at Buckler's Hard). Continue reading →

Join our Tweetchats

Whilst Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds is live, the team will be hosting 4 tweetchats: Thursday 4th February Thursday 11th February Thursday 18th February Thursday 25th February The chats will take place from 20:00- 21:00 GMT*. How to take part Log in to Twitter by 8pm (GMT). Follow the hashtag #FLShipwrecks Post any questions or comments that you may have. Members of the team and others will respond. Continue reading →

Meet our facilitators

For the third run of Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds, our facilitators are: (L-R) Crystal Safadi, Dani Newman, Rodrigo Ortiz Vazquez and Ammandeep Mahal. To find out more about the facilitators, click on our interactive image. Crystal, Dani, Rodrigo and Ammandeep will be responding to queries posted by learners in 'Shipwrecks and Submerged Worlds', as well as taking part in our weekly TweetChats. Continue reading →

Meet the team: Ammandeep Mahal

(BSc Hons Archaeology, University of Nottingham; MSc Hons Maritime Archaeology, University of Southampton). My passion for archaeology stems from my travels; in Asia, Africa and Europe, I have acquired a taste of the richness of different cultures and traditions. I wanted to understand how these amazing cultures developed over the centuries and provide us with the diversity that we see in the modern world. Continue reading →