Category Archives: Editorial

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A Christmas Message from the EAA President

A Christmas greeting from Anthony Harding, President of the EAA: Dear colleagues, 2007 is coming to an end and together with it the membership of the European Association of Archaeologists. Thank you for your involvement in our Association this year; … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays

I am on holidays all of July and into August, and will only very sporadically write on this blog during that time. Have a great summer you too!

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Primitive!

Two weeks ago, the EAA Executive Board and the EJA Editorial Board met for their annual spring meeting over a weekend in Prague. These are very intense working days but in the evening there is time for more informal discussions. … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

We wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a successful and prosperous New Year! We look forward to seeing you in Zadar in September! Anthony Harding, President of the European Association of Archaeologists Alan Saville, General Editor of the … Continue reading

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See you in Krakow…

I’m headed out to Krakow today for the 2006 Annual Meeting and look forward to seeing the hard work of the Polish organizers come to fruition. I hope it will be both rewarding and fun for everyone. I also hope … Continue reading

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Attention EJA review authors!

I have neglected somewhat the necessary contracts for all review authors in the European Journal of Archaeology, but this will be rectified in the near future and current authors will hear from me in due course. In this context I … Continue reading

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The first archaeologist was an ape!

While Troels and I are waiting for the publication of the first issue of the European Journal of Archaeology (since this blog began in March), so that we can start discussing both the reviews and other papers, I came across … Continue reading

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Blog map

Troels has fixed some statistics for this blog, thanks to Google Analytics. From time to time we will thus report about you! I loved this map which shows the location of our blog readers: It is the blog of the … Continue reading

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Gold rush in Skagway

I am back from North America visiting family and a few goldrush sites in Alaska and the Yukon (see my entry from 22 May). To make it short, my visit to Skagway, Alaska was a disappointment — despite (or maybe … Continue reading

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Gold-rush

I always enjoy being a tourist in the United States: numerous spectacular sights (and sites) and usually value for money… As I am about to leave for a three week break staying with relatives in Whitehorse in the Yukon, Canada, … Continue reading

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