The Perils of Periodization: Roman Ceramics in Britain after 400 CE

Early Imperial Roman ceramic bowls, early 1st century CE / Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York   By Dr. Keith Fitzpatrick-Matthews and Dr. Robin Fleming Fitzpatrick-Matthews: Archaeology Officer, North Hertfordshire Museum Fleming: Professor of History, Boston College Abstract The post-Roman Britons of the fifth century are a good example of people invisible to archaeologists and[…]

Six Things You Can Do with Coffee – After You’ve Finished Drinking It

Photo by Thomas Ricker, Creative Commons By Dr. Rhodri Jenkins / 10.29.2015 Postdoctoral Researcher in Biofuels University of Bath Many of us depend on coffee to fuel our early morning meetings, mid-afternoon slumps or all-night study sessions. These days, the words “coffee” and “fuel” are half-jokingly synonymous. More than 9m tonnes of the bean are[…]