Monthly Archives: May 2008

Indiana Jones hits the movie theatres this week…

… and archaeologists have been keen to jump on the bandwagon. News from the Archaeological Institute of Archaeology After years of being identified on screen as the legendary archaeologist “Indiana Jones,” actor Harrison Ford has won election to the Board … Continue reading

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CFP: Experimental Archaeology conference

A Conference hosted by the School of History, Classics and Archaeology at the University of Edinburgh on Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th November 2008. Papers and posters proposals for the conference are warmly invited as well as applications to attend … Continue reading

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Conference: Archaeologies of the Everyday

University of Sheffield, 3–5 June 2008 Archaeologists have tended to associate ‘the everyday’ with the mundane and the routine, to assume that we can readily understand it, and to oppose it to ritual. However, recent developments both in theory and … Continue reading

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