Monthly Archives: February 2009

New journal: Ethnoarchaeology

Left Coast Press announces a new journal: ETHNOARCHAEOLOGY: Journal of Archaeological, Ethnographic, and Experimental Studies welcomes submission of original manuscripts of no more than 30 double spaced pages that advance aspects of ethnoarchaeological and experimental research as well as furthering … Continue reading

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EAA 15th Annual Meeting: Riva del Garda

The website for the 15th EAA Annual Meeting at Riva del Garda, Italy, 15-20 September 2009, is now up! Do check out the guidelines for submitting session, paper and poster proposals.

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MLitt Studentship on the body in prehistoric Europe

The School of Historical Studies at Newcastle University is pleased to advertise between 4 and 6 Masters Studentship Awards for postgraduate study in Newcastle’s Wellcome Trust recognised MA programme in the History of Medicine during the academic year 2009-10. One … Continue reading

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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: Literacy and the State in the ancient Mediterranean Edited … Continue reading

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Amateur research and academic legitimacy

I received a CD the other day from Jack Dempsey, a writer in Massachussetts. His own homepage is called He claims to have discovered an “Ancient Key to Western Time and Politics” in an astronomical re-interpretation of the Minoan … Continue reading

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