Monthly Archives: January 2007

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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Review Offer

From time to time we are offering to readers of this blog books for review in the European Journal of Archaeology. Here is another one: Anybody interested in reviewing this title… Ireland and Europe in the Twelfth Century: Reform and … Continue reading

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Call for Nominations: The European Archaeological Heritage Prize 2007

Willem Willems has asked us to issue this call for nominations for The European Archaeological Heritage Prize 2007: The European Association of Archaeologists instituted the European Archaeological Heritage Prize in 1999. An independent committee awards the prize annually to an … Continue reading

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CFP: 13th EAA Annual Meeting in Zadar

More details are now available on the upcoming EAA Annual Meeting 18-23 September 2007 in Zadar, Croatia, including information on how to submit session and round table proposals: The meeting is planned in three thematic blocks: – Managing the Archaeological … Continue reading

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WAC Inter-Congress on Archaeological Invisibility and Forgotten Knowledge

We’ve received the following announcement from Susan Piddock: WAC Inter-Congress: Archaeological Invisibility and Forgotten Knowledge University of Lodz, Poland 5-8 September, 2007 Vast amounts of cultural customs, traditions, material expressions and cosmological universes escape the trowels of archaeologists. The aim … Continue reading

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CFP: Ceramic through the Millenia

We have received the following call for abstracts for a session to be held at the 13th EAA Annual Meeting in Zadar, Croatia 18-23 September 2007: Ceramic through the Millennia: methods, approaches, results The session is devoted to the all … 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. Kyriakidis, Evangelos (2006) Ritual in the Bronze Age Aegean: The Minoan Peak Sanctuaries. London: Duckworth. 216 … Continue reading

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CFP: The Transformation of Memorial Landscapes in Europe since the fall of Communism

We have received the following call for papers: Contributions are currently being sought for a planned edited volume IN ENGLISH on changes in the memorial landscape of eastern Europe since the collapse of communism (edited by Bill Niven and Stuart … Continue reading

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