The Lower Saxony Institute for Historical Coastal Research offers an archaeological field work opportunity to students of the Departments of Archaeology, History and Classics at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Among the many graduate study opportunities in the department, Dominique Brégent-Heald, is seeking one MA student and one PhD student to work on projects related to the history and film and/or tourism in North America.
In this course, students will reflect on global encounters in the Middle Ages. A special focus will be put on the Vinland sagas and on the account of William of Rubruck’s travel to the court of the Mongol Khan.
The Guardians of Eternity, a documentary about the history and long term impacts of arsenic contamination at Giant Mine will screen Thursday November 26th, 7PM in SN 2109