UK GIS layers and Roman map data

For the last week or so I have been experimenting with something old and something new: GIS. In particular, since I have finally given in and bought a laptop capable of handling complex tasks without freezing, I've installed ArcMap. This is a piece of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) software produced by ESRI, which is hideously … Continue reading UK GIS layers and Roman map data

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TA’s thoughts: teaching ‘gender’ in Roman culture

Context Being a Teaching Assistant has led to a few realisations in the last few months. One particularly noteworthy point occurred last week. A colleague and I were covering a two hour lecture in the Introduction to Roman archaeology course for first year undergraduates. The course itself is core for the Classical Archaeology students, and … Continue reading TA’s thoughts: teaching ‘gender’ in Roman culture