There are a few places available for this year's
oral-history 'seminar/discussion' on 22 October, Monday, from 3 to 6pm at
the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Downing Street, in Cambridge.
You are more than welcome; please let me know if you would like me
to save you a
seat and if you need help getting here.
Professors Meg Conkey, Henrietta Moore, Alison Wylie and Ruth
Tringham will discuss their young experiences during the early 1980s as
they pioneered post-processual, symbolic, structural and gendered approaches.
Tea is at 3pm sharp in the Museum and I have loads of Lemon Madeira cake
but, again, please let me know if you are planning to attend. We
will have a crowd as we did last year.
With all good wishes!