Durham University Archaeology Society


Dominic Fuge, President elect.
What could be more interesting and enthralling than investigating the very origins of your own existence? Similar profound thoughts may have prompted you to study archaeology, or at the very least to take an interest in archaeology and even some of the other human and social sciences.

At the Durham University Archaeology Society (ArchSoc), we too engage with such epistemological and ontological questions, our motto this year being “Explore. Travel. Discover.” Which encapsulates the opportunities and events that we will be hosting. Such as frequent guest lectures; excavations; trips to Stonehenge; behind the scenes tours at a number of museums; socials; exuberant parties and a trip abroad in the summer, to name just a few.

Our aim is to get everyone involved, whether or not you study archaeology. Even if you fancy playing some sport, our ArchSoc sports teams will be playing against Durham collages, local teams and even further afield. Please do get involved, take advantage and do email me or other members of the exec if you have any further questions or requests!

Dominic

President
Durham University Archaeology Society.


Email: archaeology.society@durham.ac.uk

 

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Council for British Archaeology North

 
Council for British Archaeology North

The Mission of CBA North is to promote a positive awareness of the past and a sense of appreciation and care for the historic environment in the counties of Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland, Teesside and Tyne and Wear.


Council for British Archaeology North


The Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland

 
The Architectural and Archaeological Society

Based in Durham, the Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland was founded in 1861 and has, since that time, pursued an active programme of lectures, field trips and publication.


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of Durham and Northumberland

 

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