Saturday 16 May 2015
With the aim of encouraging new research in the field of post-medieval and historical archaeology, in Britain, Europe and the wider world, each year the Society awards two prizes to the best undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations written by students from British and Irish universities. The winners of the 2014 prizes can now be announced:
The prize for the best undergraduate dissertation goes to Zane Stepka of the University of Glasgow for Tracing the dung: Testing the microachaeological ability to identify animal husbandry spaces at an abandoned homestead Ķieģeļnīca, Latvia.
The prize for the best postgraduate dissertation goes to Amber Kimber of University College London for An epidemiological study of juvenile idiopathic arthritis in paediatric patients at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children from 1865-1913.
Congratulations Zane and Amber!