Monthly Archives: September 2006

CAA 2007

The 35th Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) is to be held in Berlin, 2-5 April 2007. The organizers have issued the following call for submissions: Dear colleagues, The Conference Organizing Committee for CAA 2007 … Continue reading

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A letter from the TEA editor

Michael Potterton, editor of The European Archaeologist, the EAA newsletter, has sent us the following email: Dear EAA Members, Hello from the editor of TEA: The European Archaeologist! It was great to see and talk with many of you at … Continue reading

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EJA 8.2 now online

European Journal of Archaeology vol. 8.2 is now available online. Note also that SAGE is currently offering free access to all their electronic journals.

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Do widzenia, Krakow!

On behalf of the EJA Reviews team, I would to congratulate all of the organizers of the 12th EAA Annual Meeting in Krakow, Poland. It was a very successful and wonderfully organized conference, to which the city of Krakow provided … Continue reading

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New Books (not to be reviewed)

The following books have arrived on the Book Review Editor’s desk but will, for one reason or another, not be reviewed in the journal. Feldman, Marian H. (2006) Diplomacy by Design. Luxury Arts and an “International Style” in the Ancient … Continue reading

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A stunning exhibition of Roman silverware…

… is what Mary Beard encountered at the National Archaeological Museum in Naples: “Argenti a Pompei” (“Silver at Pompeii”) . It has just been extended to 2 October and, after that, will move to Turin until February 2007. The beautiful … 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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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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The exploited past?

Alan Saville, editor of the European Journal of Archaeology, writes in the Editorial of the new issue 8 (2): Anna Simandiraki, in her article Minoan archaeology in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games in this issue, takes prehistory right into the … 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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