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Editorial

While this Spring Issue of The European Archaeologist contains another two session reports
from the 20th Annual Meeting in Istanbul, 2014, we are also already looking forward to the 21st Annual Meeting. From 2-5 September 2015, archaeologists and heritage managers from
Europe and the world will meet in Glasgow to join what again will be a major archaeological
conference. The conference organizers are astounded to announce that there is the incredible number of 1976 submissions of papers or posters. This is exceptional and we would like to thank everyone involved for their contributions and diligence in promoting the Call for Papers. There may be about 180 sessions, and all of you who proposed a paper or poster presentation will be informed within the next few days. The full academic programme will be published on 31 May 2015 (see eaaglasgow2015.com/programme).

We would also like to remind all delegates that September is a very busy month for the city of
Glasgow. Please ensure you book your accommodation soon to avoid availability issues.
You can book through our Delegate Accommodation page or use an alternative provider if you prefer.

Personally, I am also looking forward to the Glasgow meeting - and looking back at five years of editing and publishing The European Archaeologist, the newsletter for EAA members by EAA members. Starting with TEA issue No. 33 in May 2010, I've now been responsible for twelve issues - including the current Spring Issue No. 44 - supported by Lidka Zuk as assistant and Jennifer Sharman as language editor - sincere thanks are given to both of them, as well as to the numerous contributors! Everyone has helped make TEA a
lively forum for debate and exchange of information. Now I think it is time to pass the baton on and to hand over responsibility to a new team.

And I am very happy to say that we were able to engage a well-versed and prolific team to continue the work and, I’m sure, leave their mark. The new TEA editors, starting with the Summer Issue 2015, No. 45, are Katharina Rebay-Salisbury and Roderick Salisbury.

You can contact Katharina and Roderick and submit your reports, announcements and debate papers as usual via tea@e-a-a.org.

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Alexander Gramsch
TEA Editor

 

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 In this issue

Session Reports 
Archaeologies of War(s) (1914-2014) as the field of the entanglement of landscape
archaeology, conflict archaeology, memory studies and…
(
by Anna Zalewska)
Elite burials in prehistoric and early medieval Europe (by Darek Błaszczyk)
 
Reports
HARC - the Hungarian Archaeological Research Circle developing regional archaeological practice (by Roderick B. Salisbury, Paul R. Duffy, Attila Gyucha and William A. Parkinson)
Conference Report: Cultural Heritage in Danger: Illicit excavations and trade (by Jennifer
Morscheiser-Niebergall)
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Debate
Cutbacks to the Archaeology Department of the Canton of Schaffhausen (Switzerland) (by
Valentin Homberger)
Paradox Syracuse (by Andrea Vianello)
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EAA Matters
Letter to our members
European Journal of Archaeology 18.2: Table of contents
Invitation to apply for the post of Deputy Editor for the European Journal of Archaeology
EAA Monograph Series "Themes in Contemporary Archaeology"
Say less, communicate more (John Collis)
The European Archaeological Heritage Prize 2015 - Call for nominations
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From our Correspondents
Romania (by Nona Palincaş)
Greece (by Christina Marangou)
Benelux (by Karl Cordemans)
Iberian Peninsula (by Rocío Varela-Pousa)
 
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