Ships and Shorelines: Maritime Archaeology for the 21st Century, 16 - 18 October 2015

Organised by the Royal Archaeological Institute, in association with the University of Southampton Lifelong Learning Programme and the Centre for Maritime Archaeology.

Venue: Avenue Campus, University of Southampton

Friday, 16 October: Key-note address by Professor Jon Adams, 'Maritime archaeology in the 21st century'

Saturday, 17 October:
Garry Momber, ‘Mesolithic occupation in the Solent: a common European heritage’
Amanda Bowens, ‘Forgotten wrecks of the First World War; raising awareness and public involvement’
Julian Whitewright, ‘South Coasters: the maritime archaeology of two 19th-century shipwrecks from the Solent’
Lauren Tidbury, ‘Maritime archaeology and cross-border co-operation’
David Parham, ‘The Swash Channel, Dorset, 16th-century wreck’
Professor David Sear, 'Investigating the lost port of Dunwich, Suffolk, using sub-sonic techniques’
Professor Dominic Tweddle and colleagues, Work of the Royal Naval Museum, Portsmouth, on HMS Victory and two World War 1 vessels, HMS Caroline and M33
Dr Fraser Sturt, ‘The isles of the British Isles; reconstructing sea-level changes’
Dr Kieran Westley, ‘Submerged archaeology: investigation in the north of Ireland’

Sunday, 18 October:
Christopher Dobbs, ‘Presenting maritime archaeology in the 21st century’
Alexzandra Hildred, ‘Mary Rose research in the 21st century’
Peter Clark, ‘The Dover Bronze Age boat’
David Gibson, ‘The Must Farm log-boats’
Gustav Milne, ‘Community archaeology on the foreshore: CITiZAN and the Thames Discovery Programme’
Professor Nigel Nayling, ‘The Newport ship’

Conference fee: £80 (£70 for Royal Archaeological Institute members booking before 31 July and for British Archaeological Association members booking between 1 May and 31 July) to include teas and coffees

Student fee and Bursaries: There will be a limited number of places for students, available after 31 July at £15 to include teas and coffees but not lunches. There are also Cheney Bursaries available to a few students for travel and accommodation costs. Please contact the Administrator.

Booking deadline: 1 October 2015
Programme and Booking Form