Archaeology and Anthropology Society

Why Join Us?

1) Academic Networking

2) Variety of social events

3) Guest lectures and trips

What do we do?

The AA society is a group for social activities, trips, workshops and lab sessions and guest lectures, open to anyone with an interest in Archaeology, History or Anthropology.

Our typical activities are weekly guest speakers followed by Q&As in Dylans with professors, pub crawls, club nights and museum trips. This provides you with the opportunity to become acquainted with the faculty and exciting new experiences unlike any other!  

We endeavour to provide the most insightful and exciting entertainment we can with an equal balance of practical and theoretical activities.

The society provides academic support for AAFS students and related subjects, and allows skill sharing across the years, as well as a chance to make connections within the faculty.

Key Events

Poole Bonfire Night and fireworks 

The Christmas Party

Twelve Pubs of Christmas Pub Crawl

Guest speakers

Workshops and lab sessions

Museum trips (such as the wonderful Russell Cotes)

End of year trip

When and Where?

Regular meetings/guest speaker lectures, Tuesdays 4-5pm followed by a social in Dylans (see our facebook page for more details).

Meet the Committee

President:   Natasha Cobden

Communications:   Benjamin Wooster

Treasurer:    Hazel Crabb

Health & Safety:   Kyle Rolph

Equipment & Events:   Gareth De La Fuente