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Lecture will be presented by Professor Graeme Warren BA MA FSAScot
This lecture provides an overview of the hunter-gatherer settlement of Ireland – mainly, the archaeology of the Mesolithic period drawing my recent book Hunter-Gatherer Ireland: making connections in an island world (Oxbow, 2022). It will show the dynamism and complexity of the Mesolithic period in Ireland and its connections to the Mesolithic in Britain and Europe.
Graeme Warren is a Professor in the School of Archaeology, University College Dublin, Ireland, where he has worked since 2002. He is a specialist in the archaeology of hunter-gatherers, with a particular research interest in the Mesolithic of Europe and the hunter-gatherer use of mountain landscapes. His major research projects have been in Ireland and Scotland.
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