Educating and informing the public about archaeological discoveries is an important component of our work at Oxford Archaeology. Staff lecture and give presentations to schools, universities, local history and archaeology groups, and as part of outreach programmes, such as Jigsaw Cambridgeshire. We also give public presentations to the heritage and archaeology sector.

National and regional bodies at which public lectures have recently been given include:

  • Ashmolean Museum
  • Chartered Institute for Archaeologists conferences
  • Council for British Archaeology
  • Council for British Archaeology East
  • Oxford University Dept Continuing Education
  • Oxford Preservation Trust
  • Reading University
  • Storey Institute, Lancaster
  • Study Group for Roman Pottery
  • Vivacity, Peterborough

We also give a wide range of talks to local history, archaeology, and other voluntary groups.

COVID-19 UPDATE - July 2020

Oxford Archaeology remains committed to sharing our exciting archaeological discoveries with as many people as possible. While social distancing measures in place during the coronavirus pandemic, we are adapting our working practices and devising innovative solutions to inform and involve the public in learning about our shared past.
At present, we can only offer virtual talks on video conferencing platforms. We will update this webpage as and when we are able to resume activities in person.

If you are interested in receiving a talk or lecture from a member of Oxford Archaeology, please either contact individuals directly, or contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.