Listed below are recent and upcoming conferences. Some of these are events that the Foundation is either sponsoring or putting on themselves. This page is also open to groups and institutions to enter their conferences. Our rule is that they should share the same discipline and interest of the Honor Frost Foundation. To have your conference included please send details to Dr Lucy Blue.
After the first successful organisation of MAGS in February of 2018, we are pleased to announce MAGS 2019 at the University of Southampton from March 29-31. The organisation of the symposium will be a collaboration between PhD candidates from the Centre for Maritime Archaeology (CMA) at the University of Southampton and the Oxford Centre for […]
Shipwrecks and Lost Lands: Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project – The CMA and SMMI annual lecture 2018
Following on from the success of our first Centre for Maritime Archaeology (CMA) and Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute (SMMI) annual lecture in 2017, the CMA and SMMI annual lecture for 2018 raises the theme of Shipwrecks and Lost Lands. We are pleased to announce that Professor Jon Adams from the University of Southampton will […]
This page will host a number of resources from the conference ‘Under the Mediterranean’ held in Cyprus from 20 – 23 October 2017. View or download the full proceedings of the conference 1. Opening Remarks and Keynote Lecture Honor Frost Under the Mediterranean Patrice Pomey, Emeritus Research Director, Aix-Marseille University – CNRS.
The 6th Annual Lecture of the Honor Frost Foundation, ‘The vision of Honor Frost and the future of her Foundation’, was delivered by Dr Lucy Blue, Maritime-Archaeological Director Honor Frost Foundation, on Monday 11 December 2017. Dr Blue looks back at the first 6 years of the Foundation’s work in supporting maritime archaeology in the eastern Mediterranean and […]
From the 25th until the 29th of October a symposium was held in Beirut, Lebanon entitled “Tyre, Sidon and Byblos: Three Global Harbours of the Ancient World” organised by the Ministry of Culture, DGA and the Lebanese British friends of the National Museum, and partially supported by the HFF. Recent years have seen a spike […]