What’s it like studying Archaeology? – The Auckland excavations

Cover image – the ‘culvert’, an old open drain. Finally getting to excavate After having spent the last three years unable to be part of the Auckland excavations for my course due to Covid, I felt relieved to finally experience it during the last week. With the sunny weather on our backs, myself and the […]

What’s it like studying Anthropology? Our field trip to Gibraltar

One of the unique aspects of studying anthropology at Durham University is the field course. After lots of reshuffling due to Covid, we finally made it to Gibraltar to study its primates (human and otherwise) for a week. Gibraltar A British overseas territory at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, Gibraltar is home to […]