Conference Special Lunchtime Keynote Event

For this year’s conference, we are delighted to announce Professor Mary Ryan of Imperial College London and the Brookhaven National Laboratory, as our guest Keynote speaker.

Professor Ryan will be delivering a lunchtime address on Tuesday 2nd April in the historic surroundings of the University of Oxford’s Brasenose College Dining Hall. Professor Ryan will address the conference theme, covering some of her experiences working between academia and the public face of heritage science, and her talk will follow a three-course lunch and coffee/tea. The cost for the event is included in the registration fee.




Warm Tart of sun blushed tomatoes marinated goat’s cheese and black olive with dressed leaves and fresh pesto (Vegetarian)



Roasted corn-fed chicken, rustic ratatouille, parmesan creamy polenta and a basil oil


Vegetarian Main

Roasted red pepper, butternut and spinach cassoulet with crushed new potatoes and seasonal vegetables



Summer Berry Terrine with cucumber sorbet (Vegetarian)



*other dietary requirements can be accommodated and should be indicated during registration for the conference.

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