Dr Cansfield is a visiting researcher in the Department of Archaeology, Anthropology and Geography
at the University of Winchester and researches mortuary practices in the Neolithic (especially), Bronze and Iron Ages in south-east England. In this lecture she will be taking a look at the stories behind some prehistoric people discovered in Sussex and elsewhere in the region, and what the archaeological record and recent reassessments can tell us about their lives and their treatment in death.
This lecture is the second in the series and is free to Sussex Archaeological Society Members. If you aren’t yet a Member or perhaps you’d like to renew, you’ll not only be helping to support the Society’s work during these challenging times but you’ll have access to all the lectures for free! Join today and enjoy many more benefits..
To Join this lecture – click on the Zoom link to register. The lecture begins at 7pm and there will time for questions and conversation afterwards. Its a chance for us all to meet together and get up-to-date to date on cutting-edge research from the comfort of our own homes!