A great deal of new and exciting work has been happening in the North of England over the last few years, but it still remains outside the mainstream of Neolithic studies. This conference hopes to remedy that by bringing together an outstanding group of speakers to present papers on their latest thinking on the subject. From the Mesolithic/Neolithic transition to the very end of the Neolithic, and from Lancashire to north of the Border, we will be exploring what this most recent research means for our interpretation of the Neolithic of the North of England and of the British Isles.
Click here to download the full details and booking form for our 2016 autumn conference, The Neolithic of Northern England. The conference will be based at Tullie House Museum, Castle St, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 8TP.
Booking Deadline: 1 October
Conference Fee: £85 or £75 Early Bird Discount (booked before 31 July) for members of the Royal Archaeological Institute, Prehistoric Society, and the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society
Student Fee and Bursaries: There will be a limited number of places for students, available after 31 July at £20 to include lunch, tea and coffee. There are also Cheney Bursaries available to a few students (at UK universities) for travel and accommodation costs. For details, please contact the Administrator.
If you'd like to find out more about conferences that the Institute has hosted in previous years, please go to our past conferences page.