The Tyrannosaurus rex: the first dinosaur whose name you remembered and the star of Jurassic Park. It lived for 2 million years at the end of the Cretaceous period.
What do you know about chickens? You know nothing about chickens! And three years ago, neither did we.
One strand of interdisciplinary activity taking place as part of the Cultural and Scientific Perceptions of Human-Chicken Interactions project is a collaborative research endeavour using archaeolog
One weekend in late June the Festival of Learning returned to Bournemouth University.
In 2013, when we started our project researching human-chicken interactions over the last 8,000 years, we were lambasted by the press, in particular the red-tops, who couldn’t resist the puns: “Wha
At the end of January the team met in Nottingham for a project meeting. The day was immensely busy and successful.
I am a PhD student interested in the social construction and representation of chickens. In other words, what interests me is the way we talk (write) about chickens.
Between the 22nd and the 25th of September, our Chicken Meeting took place at the School of Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford.
Since the beginning of our ‘Chicken Project’ - which is investigating when, how, why and with what impact the chicken spread around the world - we have been collaborating with staff and students fr
Keep up to date with the latest project news via our Twitter feed.
- RT @RGZM_Freunde: @Chicken_project Terrifying, isn't it? 😊 Henriette https://t.co/q96EWedsnl — 1 month 1 week ago
- Week 2 of the #chickentrail check out our "Dinnersaurus rex" blog and film https://t.co/mDgVxAZFWH @CoLA_Southwark @UoNArch @morethanadodo — 1 month 2 weeks ago
- RT @qikipedia: In the early 1900s, American chicken farmers gave their chickens rose-tinted glasses to make them less aggressive. https://t.co/f3SztxUGRB — 1 month 2 weeks ago
- RT @ArchaeologyLisa: My first bird skeletonisation is complete! 🐦Kinda sad, broken sternum and ribs where the little guy was run over. A… https://t.co/7og2GfDTI9 — 1 month 3 weeks ago