Category Archives: News

The Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology

The Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology is pleased to announce the launch of its new website: http://www.spma.org.uk Please take a moment to bookmark this link and have a look at the new features including: – link to our RSS feed to … Continue reading

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Vitor's blog

Vitor Oliveira Jorge, EAA member and Professor of Archaeology at Porto, has launched his own blog containing all sorts of information on archaeological events but also music and some of his own poetry. Most is in Portuguese. http://trans-ferir.blogspot.com/

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Allianoi soon to be flooded

Nature has an update on the Turkish site of Allianoi that will soon be flooded because of the construction of the Yortanli dam. The EAA has been involved in the efforts to save this important archaeological site.

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Music archaeology

The 5th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology, “Challenges and Objectives in Music Archaeology”, was held at the Ethnological Museum Berlin, September 19-23, 2006. Click here to download the program and abstracts.

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TEA 26 published

The 26th edition of The European Archaeologist is now available in the member’s section of the EAA website. Among many interesting items, it includes session summaries from the EAA Annual Meeting in Krakow and reports from recent archaeological work in … Continue reading

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Web Journal on Cultural Patrimony

A message from Fabio Maniscalco with news of the forthcoming publication of the second issue of the “Web Journal on Cultural Patrimony”: Dear Directors and Dear Colleagues, it is for me a pleasure inform you that within the next month … Continue reading

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New online journal from Birmingham University

The Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity at the University of Birmingham have launched a new online journal, “Rosetta“.

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An Update on Allianoi

The EAA has been involved in the efforts to save the Graeco-Roman thermal town of Allianoi in Turkey from flooding. Here is an update from The Guardian on Allianoi and other sites in Turkey that are under threat from the … Continue reading

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Free online access to ALL SAGE journals!

Peter Biehl made me aware that there is currently free online access to the European Journal of Archaeology! If your institution subscribes to one or more SAGE journals, free online access to ALL SAGE journals is available for you, your … Continue reading

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EAA exhibition: Reflexive Representations

Andrew Cochrane (Cardiff University) and Ian Russell (Trinity College, Dublin) are behind an exhibition that will be on show for the first time at the EAA Annual Meeting in Cracow next week. The exhibition is entitled Reflexive Representations: The Partibility … Continue reading

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