When:
Tuesday 13 Oct, 2020, Time 4 - 6 pm BST
Tuesday 10 Nov, 2020, Time 4 - 6 pm GMT
Tuesday  8 Dec 2020, Time 4 - 6 pm GMT
Tuesday 12 Jan, 2021, Time 4 - 6 pm GMT
Friday 12 Feb, 2021, Time 4 - 6 pm GMT
Friday 12 Jan, 2021, Time 4 - 6 pm GMT

Where: Online via Zoom

Click the link below for manual:

How to join the Zoom Seminar Room



For the JSA/Sophia Centre Skyscape Archaeology Keynote Lecture Series

Each lecture will last for approximately two hours. All sessions will be recorded and you will have access to the recordings for a month afterwards (useful if you can't join live).

The cost is £10 per session or £50 for all six.

To pay and to register, click the bottoms below, Make Payments.

All six lectures 13 Oct, 2020 - 12 Mar 2021

cost is £50 GBP

Registration for all six lectures is now closed


Tuesday, 13 Oct, 2020, 4 - 6 pm BST

Carolyn Kennett and Alejandro López

cost is £10 GBP

Registration is now closed


Tuesday 10 Nov, 2020, 4 - 6 pm GMT

Juan Belmonte and Katya Stroud

cost is £10 GBP


Tuesday, 8 Dec, 2020, 4 - 6 pm GMT

Kenny Brophy and Mark Frincu

cost is £10 GBP


Tuesday, 12 Jan, 2021, 4 - 6 pm GMT

Georg Zotti and Stanislaw Iwaniszewski

cost is £10 GBP


Friday, 12 Feb, 2021, 4 - 6 pm GMT

Ed Krupp and Steven Gullberg

cost is £10 GBP


Friday, 12 Mar, 2021, 4 - 6 pm GMT

Duane Hamacher and Frank Prendergast

cost is £10 GBP


Please note: the link for the meeting will be sent to the email address associated with your PayPal account the day before each seminar. Please check this account. If you cannot find the email with the link, please check your spam folder.

For all queries concerning registration, contact Dr Frances Clynes at f.clynes@uwtsd.ac.uk

If you haven't received the link before the seminar starts, contact Dr Liz Henty at lizhenty2@gmail.com.

Each lecture will last for approximately two hours. All sessions will be recorded and you will have access to the recordings for a month afterwards (useful if you can't join live).


The Journal of Skyscape Archaeology is the only academic journal in the world to explore the relationship between archaeolgical sites and the sky, stars and planets, including archaeoastronomy. The journal’s advisory board includes senior academics and researchers from across the field.

The Sophia Centre for the Study of Cosmology in Culture is a research and teaching centre at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. It examines the relationships between cosmology and culture through history, anthropology philosophy and archaeology. and teaches the Master’s degrees in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology and Ecology and Spirituality.




Welcome to the public outreach page of the Sophia Centre for the Study of Cosmology in Culture at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, with information about studying with the University, as well as links to related conferences, classes, publications and events. To go straight to the Sophia Centre's University page please go here.



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