Showing posts from December, 2012

Telling Tales: A tale of five sites (and counting). Deciphering the archaeology of Goodland, North Antrim

[** If you like this post, please make a donation to the IR&DD project using the button at the end. If you think it is interesting or useful, please re-share via Facebook, Google+, Twitter etc. **] Preface I’m delighted to welcome back Aaron David McIntyre to the blog. He is an undergraduate student at The School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology, QUB. His research interests include Lisburn in the Gaelic period and the archaeology of the Plantation era. He is also involved in politics with the Alliance Party . Robert M Chapple *         *          * Source: The Scots Warning Fire In September, the first of the Ulster Archaeological Society ’s autumn series of lectures was delivered by Professor Audrey Horning , Queen’s University, Belfast. Professor Horning’s research interests are focused on comparative colonialism and the relationship between archaeology and contemporary identity. Her lecture was entitled “Telling Tales, A tale of five sites (a