Monthly Archives: January 2012

BUFFALO TAG 2012, University at Buffalo, 17-20 May 2012

Buffalo TAG 2012: Bridges to New Worlds 17 – 20 May 2012 State University of New York at Buffalo, USA Buffalo TAG 2012 is the fifth meeting of TAG-USA, an organization dedicated to the exploration and debating the implications of … Continue reading

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Post-doctoral Scholar Position 2012-2013, Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA), University at Buffalo

The University at Buffalo seeks a Post-doctoral Scholar (PS) for its interdisciplinary Institute for European and Mediterranean Archaeology (IEMA). During a 10 month tenure, the PS teaches one graduate seminar (preferably on the topic of the symposium), organizes a symposium, … Continue reading

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The Fifth IEMA Visiting Scholar Conference. Approaching Monumentality in the Archaeological Record,12th-13th May 2012, North Campus University at Buffalo, SUNY

12th-13th May 2012 380 Millard Fillmore Academic Center Ellicott Complex North Campus University at Buffalo, SUNY Buffalo, NY 14261 Conference Organizer: Dr. James Osborne The building of sculpted monuments and monumental architecture seems to be a universal human trait at all … Continue reading

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13th Cambridge Heritage Seminar HERITAGE STUDIES: STORIES IN THE MAKING 28 April 2012, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Downing Site, University of Cambridge

Twenty-two years ago, the Division of Archaeology, University of Cambridge, first introduced the study of heritage to its curriculum. The introduction coincided with a moment of confrontation between various approaches to the study of the material past. Heritage was seen … Continue reading

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Cultural Heritage Management and Indigenous Culture – Course in Florence, July 2012

The University of Queensland will be in Florence, Italy in 2012 teaching a course in cultural heritage management for Indigenous cultures. Students and professionals are welcome to attend. **************************** The world is changing rapidly, and the adverse impacts of change … Continue reading

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PROJECT DOCTORAL STUDENT, “EARLY URBANISM IN PREHISTORIC EUROPE ?: THE CASE OF THE TRIPILLYE MEGA-SITES”

SUMMARY OF STUDENTSHIP •       Title: Remote sensing in the Tripillye group, Ukraine •       A three-year Full-Time studentship, funded by the UK Research Council, the AHRC, to be held at the Durham University Department of Archaeology; •       Joint supervision by Professor … Continue reading

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Who Cares? Perspectives on Public Awareness, Participation and Protection in Europe’s Archaeology, 13th EAC Heritage Management Symposium 2012, March 15th – 17th, Cité des Sciences, 30 Avenue Corentin Cariou, Paris, France.

13th EAC Heritage Management Symposium 2012, March 15th – 17th Who Cares? Perspectives on Public Awareness, Participation and Protection in Europe’s Archaeology at the Cité des Sciences, 30 Avenue Corentin Cariou, Paris, France Organized by Agneta Lagerlöf and Bernard Randoin … Continue reading

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Job offer: Lecturer in Prehistoric Archaeology, Durham University

The Department of Archaeology at Durham University seeks to appoint a leading academic with a background in the later prehistory of Western Europe (Neolithic/Bronze Age) to a lectureship. The successful applicant will combine pursuit of their academic research agenda with … Continue reading

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Europe’s archaeological heritage under threat

Europe’s archaeological heritage is under threat. Illicit trafficking and the trade of objects from European sites is recognised as an urgent matter. European regulations are not strict enough or leave only small timeslices for reaction.   The European Union has … Continue reading

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The European Journal of Archaeology is now available on-line to all current EAA members

The European Journal of Archaeology is now available on-line to all current EAA members http://e-a-a.org/eja.htm

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