Monthly Archives: June 2007

Lund in the news

My current Department and the Historical Museum at the University of Lund made worldwide news recently! Some of my colleagues have for many years been investigating the Iron Age site of UppÃ¥kra near Lund. But many people around the world … Continue reading

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Peter Ucko passed away

Peter Ucko died in London on 14 June 2007. He was the driving force behind the founding of the World Archaeological Congress. More recently, he was Executive Director of the Institute of Archaeology at University College London and had only … Continue reading

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CRM: The Journal of Heritage Stewardship

Just discovered that the journal CRM: The Journal of Heritage Stewardship, published by the US National Park Service is freely available online in full, starting with Vol 1, Number 1, Fall 2003. The title of the journal is a bit … Continue reading

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John Bintliff online

All of John Bintliff‘s (Professor of Classical Archaeology at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands) publications up to spring 2007 can now be accessed as pdfs by personal application to him at j.l.bintliff@arch.leidenuniv.nl.

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Fieldwork opportunities in Bulgaria

An email from Simeon Prokopov offering fieldwork opportunities in Bulgaria: We would like to promote our 2 current archaeology fieldwork projects offered to students in Archaeology and History, faculty staff as well as all individuals personally interested in archaeology and … Continue reading

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CFP: Fourth International Cyprological Congress

Ioannis A. Eliades invites us to the Fourth International Cyprological Congress in Nicosia, Cyprus: Fourth International Cyprological Congress The Society of Cypriot Studies announces the organization of the 4 th International Cyprological Congress, to be held in Nicosia from 29 … Continue reading

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Europa Nostra Awards 2008: Call for Entries

Europa Nostra has published a call for entries to their 2008 awards: EUROPA NOSTRA AWARDS 2008 Over the past 5 years, Europa Nostra has been running the EU Prize for Cultural Heritage in the context of the European Commission’s Culture … Continue reading

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A chance to appear on Discovery Channel

A letter from Tiffany Thompson, segment editor at the Discovery Channel, offering a chance to get your archaeological project in the media: Good day! I am writing to you from GRB Entertainment here in the States and we are currently … Continue reading

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TEA 27 published

The 27th edition of The European Archaeologist is now available in the member’s section of the EAA website. Among many interesting items, it includes reports from archaeological field projects in Etruria and Romania as well as news blurbs from various … Continue reading

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Zadar deadline prolonged

A message from Sylvie Kvetinová, the EAA administrator: Dear everyone, let me inform you that the deadline for paper and poster submissions for the EAA conference in Zadar, 18 – 23 September 2007, has been prolonged until 20 June. Please … Continue reading

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