Monthly Archives: March 2006

World Archaeological Congress 6

WAC-6 will be held in Kingston, Jamaica, May 20-27th, 2007. WAC-6 will be organized into themes and sessions. A theme contains a number of sessions relating to the same overall issue. Example: Theme – The African Diaspora; Sessions: Maroon Societies, … Continue reading

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Conference in St Petersburg

An international meeting on “Security of Archaeological Heritage” will be held in St. Petersburg, 16-19 May 2006. Further information is available here: http://www.archcons.spb.ru/index2.html.

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CHAT 2006 Call for Papers

An email from Dan Hicks: CHAT 2006: ‘Doing Contemporary and Historical Archaeology: Method and Practice in Archaeologies of the Recent and Contemporary Past’ Fri 10-Sun 12 November 2006 Dept of Archaeology & Anthropology, University of Bristol The call for papers … Continue reading

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EAA Call for Papers: Archaeology for the Masses

An email from Aarón Alzola Romero: Archaeology for the masses: Theoretical and methodological approaches to a neglected identity category, a regular session to be held at the European Association of Archaeologists 12th Annual Meeting (Cracow, 19-24 September 2006). Papers are … Continue reading

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New offprint system for EJA authors

Adrienne Gordon from SAGE Publications has informed us about a new system of offprints for EJA authors.

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Welcome to weblog no. 200,000,001

It has been estimated that there are currently 200 million weblogs in the world (Die Zeit 11/2006, p. 43). Here is a new one! This News, Views & Reviews blog is the latest part of the EAA’s growing web presence. … Continue reading

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