For today’s Peopling the Past blog post, we present you with another graduate feature. This time we are highlighting the work of Neal Payne, a PhD student at the University of Cambridge, whose research investigates the agricultural changes during Roman occupation of what is now modern Yorkshire, UK.
Tag Archives: Roman Britain
Podcast Season 3, Episode 4 – Nevertheless, She Persisted: Boudicca and Imperial Resistance with Caitlin Gillespie
On this episode of the Peopling the Past podcast, we are joined by Dr. Caitlin Gillespie, who talks to us about Boudica, the fierce leader of the Brittonic Iceni tribe, as well as economics, culture, and identity in late Iron Age and Roman Britain.
Podcast Season 2, Episode 1 – If the (Roman) Shoe fits: Elizabeth M. Greene and footwear from Vindolanda
Season 2 is finally here. This season, we’re shifting our focus to Roman Art and Archaeology. To start us off, we are joined by Dr. Elizabeth M. Greene, Associate Professor of Classics at Western University, who will tell us all about her research on footwear at the Roman military fort of Vindolanda in Britain.