Generous funding from the Wenner-Gren Foundation has been awarded to support the participation of scholars from the developing world in the Proto-Globalisation in the Indian Ocean World Conference. This includes two bursaries for early career researchers, to be awarded through an open competition... Read More...
The Sealinks Project has undertaken a fourth season of archaeological research in East Africa. The excavation season, which took place over a three month period, was directed by Dr. Alison Crowther of the University of Oxford... Read More...
A recent Sealinks paper, published in the journal Antiquity, has been awarded the Ben Cullen Prize. The article, entitled "Across the Indian Ocean: The prehistoric movement of plants and animals" was co-authored by Sealinks project members Dorian Fuller, Nicole Boivin, Tom Hoogervorst and Robin Allaby.
Sealinks Project members participated in the first meeting of the World Universities Network-sponsored Indian Ocean Archaeology Network, held at the Western Australia Museum in Perth. The two day meeting took place on 10-11 November, 2012, and included talks by Sealinks team members.
Sealinks team members will chair a session at the 20th Congress of the
November 7th to 10th, 2013, hosted by the University of Oxford and the
Ideas emerging from two European Research Council-funded projects, the
Dr. Tom Hoogervorst’s recently finished D.Phil thesis has been
The 2012 European Research Council Annual Report has just been published
Sealinks PI Nicole Boivin talks about her visit to Buckingham Palace and the