Monthly Archives: March 2007

CFP: 2007 SPIE Europe Remote Sensing

We have received the following call for papers (with very short notice) for the forthcoming SPIE Europe Remote Sensing conference in Florence: Dear colleague, please note that the deadline for abstract submission to the 2007 SPIE Europe Remote Sensing that … Continue reading

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Female Terracotta Warriors

Regarded as the important symbol of the Chinese cultural treasure, Terra-cotta Warriors, one of the eighth wonders of the world, were hidden underground buried with Emperor in Qin Dynasty for over two millennia. But now another army, made of women … 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. Archer, Steven and Bartoy, Kevin Eds. (2006) Between Dirt and Discussion. Methods, Methodology and Interpretation in … Continue reading

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New Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA)

The State University of New York at Buffalo has founded an interdisciplinary Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology. Among their ambitions is to “establish and maintain the University at Buffalo as a leading national and international center for research and … Continue reading

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