Dr David Griffiths talks about how community archaeology is building skills and creating links with employers and communities in East Oxford
On the joy of not rehearsing Shakespeare
How Oxford Academic Professor Tiffany Stern helped a pioneering company of American actors to see Shakespeare and other early modern playwrights in a new light – by almost totally eschewing rehearsals.
18th century miscellanies
Dr Abigail Williams describes her experience of bringing 18th Century miscellanies to life for 21st Century audiences
Conserving by copying: 3D Printing Tutankhamun's Tomb
When he was photographing Howard Carter's excavation of Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922, Harry Burton could not have imagined that his work would one day allow the creation of a full-size replica of this incredible find. Researchers from the University's Griffith
Institute for Egyptology and the director of Factum Arte—a team of artists, technicians and conservators based in Madrid—talk about the cutting edge of conservation, and why it matters.