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Interview with Prof. Ian Hodder CMG

On Thursday 10th October, Professor Ian Hodder - Director of the BIAA-supported Çatalhöyük Research Project - was awarded the Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) for services to archaeology and UK/Turkey relations. We caught up with Ian after his investiture to offer our congratulations and to ask him to reflect on his influential career as an archaeologist, as well as his 25 years' experience of working in Turkey.

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The BIAA’s New Home: One Year On

Take a tour of the BIAA's Ankara-based facilities! See how The BIAA Wolfson Foundation Conference Room and other upgrades have dramatically improved the BIAA's activities during the last year.

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Interview with Nahrein Network Visiting Scholar: Dr. Olcay Muslu Gardner

The BIAA interviewed Dr. Olcay Muslu Gardner about how the Nahrein Network Visiting Scholarship Scheme helped her recent research into traditional music in the region of Sanlurfa, Turkey.

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Honours for Professor Ian Hodder and Dr Bettany Hughes

Congratulations to Professor Ian Hodder - Director of the BIAA-supported Çatalhöyük Research Project for 25 years - who has been made a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) and to Dr Bettany Hughes - the BIAA's Patron - who has been awarded an OBE.

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The BIAA at the British Academy Summer Showcase

The BIAA is delighted to announce that our cultural heritage management work has been selected as one of fifteen research projects to be exhibited at the British Academy’s Summer Showcase event in central London.

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Huge demand for new ‘Safeguarding and Rescuing Archaeological Assets’ online course

More than 2,000 people applied for ‘Safeguarding and Rescuing Archaeological Assets’ – a new online course developed by the BIAA-led SARAT project – within five days of its launch on 14th March.

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The Nahrein Network Visiting Scholarships Scheme re-opens for applications

The BIAA is supporting the Nahrein Network Visiting Scholarships Scheme.

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Experience Çatalhöyük Through Virtual Reality

From 20th-24thNovember 2018, you will be able to visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Çatalhöyük without leaving central London. 

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New exhibition: ‘The Curious Case of Çatalhöyük’ at the Brunei Gallery, London

A major exhibition about the Neolithic site is coming to the Brunei Gallery, at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

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A new home for SARAT project news

SARAT stands for “Safeguarding Archaeological Assets of Turkey”. The project’s goal is to increase knowledge, capacity, and awareness about protecting Turkey’s archaeological assets.

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