Do you want to learn more about writing in the ancient world? Then read on! I am excited to tell you that we recently received a small grant to develop some teaching materials based on our research on ancient writing systems and practices! Firstly, we want to make as many resources as we can available … Continue reading Teaching with CREWS
The second of our three big CREWS project conferences took place recently: Exploring the Social and Cultural Contexts of Historic Writing Systems (14th-16th March 2019, see here for programme). I had been excited about it for a long time, but when it came I was absolutely blown away by the quality of the presentations and … Continue reading Exploring the social and cultural contexts of historic writing systems: the CREWS conference
Term-time has recently finished here, and the CREWS project team has been taking part in some rather jolly end-of-term activities. The first was the final session of the ‘Linear A self-help group’, a series of seminars we have been running where a number of colleagues working on Linear A or related scripts have been presenting their … Continue reading Making and baking inscriptions – and the CREWSmas party!