We are proud to announce that we were awarded The Explorers Club Flag for our second expedition to North Uist and Vallay. Last year we published our field research on 18 of the original 225 archaeology sites first discovered by 19th cen. archaeologist, Erskine Beveridge, on the Isle of Vallay, Scotland, and reported the impact of climate change upon them.
In June 2017 we extended our survey to additional Beveridge sites on the NW coast of North Uist, located directly across the Vallay Strand. Our continuing research objective is to record the critical loss of Coastal Heritage due to climate change - the increasing severity of storms, rising sea levels, and subsequent erosion of archaeological evidence. This project has implications for the loss of coastal heritage worldwide.
Landscape and Culture: Expedition Art of the Scottish Hebrides
Watercolor Paintings by June Julian
April 4 - May 4, 2019
Chashama - Space for Art
320 W. 23rd St. New York, NY
Rodrick B. MacLennan
Archaeologist - research areas include the American Southwest, Israel & Scotland
June Julian, Ed.D.
Artist - cross disciplinary research includes art, ecology, and digital culture
Isle of Vallay Archaeology/Climate Change Expedition - 2015 Explorers Club Flag #109
Isle of Vallay/North Uist Archaeology Climate Change Expedition - 2017 Explorers Club #109
Chronology of the Islamic Incursion into Palestine: A Reevaluation
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