LAND, SEA AND SKY: THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF COASTS AND ISLANDS
Each session will be available from the dates listed below on which the links to each presentation will appear.
SESSION 1: 01 October
Island archaeologies and the conundrum(s) of ‘insular connectivity’
Duncan Garrow, University of Reading. (c. 30 mins).
Modes of Transport in Coastal and Island Communities of the West Coast
Críostaír Mac Cárthaigh, National Irish Folklore Archive, UCD. (c. 30 mins).
SESSION 2: 03 October
Different Islands, Different Approaches: surveying the built heritage of Clare Island, Clew Bay and Island Eddy, Galway Bay.
Paul Gosling, Department of Heritage and Tourism, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology. (c. 30 mins).
St Kilda – The last and outmaist Ile
Angela Gannon, Historic Environment Scotland. (c. 30 mins).
SESSION 3: 06 October
Island Worlds and Silent Worlds: the Cultural Landscape of Archipelagos and Amphibious Piracy. (c. 30 mins)
Connie Kelleher, Underwater Archaeology Unit, National Monuments Service, DCHG.
Understanding value and loss at Irish Coastal Heritage Sites.
Anthony Corns, The Discovery Programme & Louise Barker, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. (c. 30 mins).
SESSION 4: 08 October
SEASCAPES IN FOCUS:
Learning from Loss: insights from 20 years of public archaeology at the Scottish coast
Tom Dawson and/or Joanna Hambly, SCAPE, St Andrew’s University. (c. 20 mins).
Over Nine Waves: Seascape character assessment in Ireland
Tracy Collins, Aegis Archaeology . (c. 20 mins).
The Tides That Bind: Foreshore archaeology and the community of Mersea Island, Essex
Oliver Hutchinson, CITiZAN (the Coastal and Intertidal Archaeological Network ) Discovery Programme Officer, Mersea Island. (c. 20 mins).
SESSION 5: 10 October
Beyond Resilience: Cultural Heritage and Coastal Change in the MENA and East Africa Regions
Colin Breen, School of Geography and Environmental Sciences, University of Ulster.