Issue No.21 - March 2012

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First issued: March 2012Number of articles: 8
Welcome to Issue 21 of The Post Hole, the second issue of Spring Term. We have some very interesting articles for you this time, including a review of a recent ...
North East Biological Anthropology Research Network Conference 2012
On Monday 30th January, we and a group of York bioarchaeologists travelled up to Darlington to the North East Biological Anthropology Research Network conferenc...
Skipwith Common National Nature Reserve - A Journey Through Time
For those unfamiliar with the area, Skipwith Common is an area in North Yorkshire comprising 274 hectares of mixed woodland, lowland heath and some wetland regi...
Making Your Mind Up: Module Option Advice from Staff and Current Students
Still struggling to decide which module options to apply for, or simply interested to find out what people are doing on other courses? This is something that ma...
Arcifact - Unearthing York's Homeless Heritage
Life-wide learning is the way in which we learn and develop ourselves through different spaces and places that we inhabit every day of our lives (Jackson, 2011)...
Gawthorpe Manor: A Modern Estate in the Making (Part 1 of 2)
This is a summary of the medieval manor of Gawthorpe and the University of York's current archaeological investigations into its history and context within the ...
Masters Advice 2
Carrying on from last issue, we have more Masters course advice for you, from current students at York... ## A Master's in Science: A Degree Worth Doing by C...
An Etiquette Guide to...Fieldwalking
A guide to one of the most important aspects of archaeological field work: Click to enlargeFigure 1 - Students fieldwalking (Roman coin hoard not shown) (Ima...

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The King's Manor
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University of York
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