Monthly Archives: September 2006

CFP: Interdisciplinarity in Research of Culture Environment

We have received the following call for papers from Ieva Pigozne: Dear colleagues, Research Centre of the Latvian Academy of Cultures is organizing the international research conference CULTURE INTERSECTIONS on the topic INTERDISCIPLINARITY IN RESEARCH OF CULTURE ENVIRONMENT. It will … Continue reading

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Report from UISPP

In response to our post yesterday, Andrea Vianello sends this personal report from the recent UISPP conference in Lisbon: I arrived in Lisbon on Sunday from the United Kingdom, and the first thing that I noticed was the temperature: 35 … Continue reading

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UISPP 2006 Lisbon

Who has been to the UISPP conference last week in Lisbon and would like to report about it on this blog? Feel free to post short impressions as comments to this entry, or send longer reports to Troels (klatmk@hum.au.dk) for … Continue reading

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The archaeological divide

Alan Saville, editor of the European Journal of Archaeology, writes in the Editorial of the new issue 8 (2): Delegate attendance at the 2006 conference of the Institute of Field Archaeologists speaks volumes for the divide that exists within archaeology … Continue reading

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EAA Elections 2006

Please remember to vote in this year’s EAA elections. Ballot forms and more information can be found on the EAA members’ page.

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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. Foster, Sally M and Morag Cross Eds. (2005) Able Minds and Practised Hands: Scotland’s Early Medieval … Continue reading

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European Journal of Archaeology 8(2) now out!

EAA members have now received the new issue 8(2), 2005. For all others, here is what you are missing: Articles Stuart Needham & Sheridan Bowman: Flesh-hooks, technological complexity and the Atlantic Bronze Age feasting complex. Sue Colledge, James Conolly & … Continue reading

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Digging for the TRUTH?

Seen in SoHo, New York City, January 2006:

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