Monthly Archives: December 2007

NPS 2008 Archaeological Prospection Workshop

Steven DeVore writes: National Park Service’s 2008 Archaeological Prospection Workshop The National Park Service’s 2008 workshop on archaeological prospection techniques entitled Current Archaeological Prospection Advances for Non-Destructive Investigations in the 21st Century will be held May 19-23, 2008, at the … Continue reading

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A Christmas Message from the EAA President

A Christmas greeting from Anthony Harding, President of the EAA: Dear colleagues, 2007 is coming to an end and together with it the membership of the European Association of Archaeologists. Thank you for your involvement in our Association this year; … 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. Mannino, Katia (2006) Vasi Attici Nei Contesti Della Messapia (480-350 a.C.). Bari: Edipuglia. ISBN 88-7228-468-6. Pbk. … Continue reading

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Post-doc in European Archaeology at SUNY Buffalo

The University at Buffalo, State University of New York, seeks a 2008-2009 Post-doctoral Scholar (PS) for its interdisciplinary Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA).

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International Summer School on Late Antique Art and Archaeology

Here’s a summer school opportunity for BA and MA students: The Department of Classical Archaeology at the University of Aarhus is organizing an international summer school in 2008 on the topic of “Constantine the Great and the Making of Late … Continue reading

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Where is the personal touch?

Caroline Wickham-Jones found time to read some archaeological blogs. The internet is no longer simply a remote provider of information: it offers more personal services, the most popular of which must be the blog. From travel journals to the risqué … Continue reading

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IFA 2008 in Swansea

Kathryn Whittington informs us about the forthcoming meeting of the Institute of Field Archaeologists, 18-20 March, in Swansea: The 2008 Annual Conference will be held at the University of Swansea from 18-20 March 2008. The Provisional Programme is now available … Continue reading

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CFP: Saami Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics

Tiina Aikas informs about a forthcoming conference, “Máttut – máddagat – The Roots of Saami ethnicities, societies and spaces / places”, to held in Oulu, Finland, on the 4th-6th September 2008: Máttut – máddagat is an international and multidisciplinary conference. … Continue reading

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Journal of European Archaeology

Journal of European Archaeology, the predecessor of the European Journal of Archaeology, was published between 1993 and 1997. The journal’s full run of articles and reviews has now been digitally scanned and is available from the member’s section of the … Continue reading

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International School in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

The School will face the problem of the modern technologies in the heritage field, giving participants the opportunity to obtain a detailed overview of the main methods and applications to archaeological and conservation research and practice. Furthermore, our School will … Continue reading

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