Medieval Burials in Canterbury, 20-21 June 2015, 10am – 4pm, Marlowe Building, Canterbury Campus
In this two-day workshop, participants will learn how to identify and handle real archaeological human skeletal remains. It will also introduce methods used to estimate age at death, biological sex and stature of an individual. In addition to the analysis of skeletal remains, various areas of funerary anthropology will be discussed, such as interpreting a grave, a burial placement within a cemetery and grave goods.
CSI at Kent, 27-28 June 2015, 10am – 4pm, Marlowe Building, Canterbury Campus
This two-day workshop will cover several aspects of forensic anthropology and archaeological methods used to recover human remains. Participants will learn how to handle human skeletal remains, identify human bones and teeth, build a biological profile and infer trauma.
These two-day hands-on workshops are aimed at people of all levels, whether you are interested in studying bioarchaeology, funerary or forensic anthropology at university, wish to brush up on your human osteology skills or are simply looking to expand your anthropological knowledge.
£75 per person per course.
Refreshments will be provided, but please bring lunch with you. Limited places are available so please book early to avoid disappointment.
To book or for more information, contact Jackie Fotheringham on 01227 824804 or at firstname.lastname@example.org