Society of Antiquaries of Scotland has generously provided
10 student bursaries to cover the costs of
attendance and accommodation for EAA Glasgow 2015. Full details and the
application form can be accessed here:
Deadline for Applications: 01 March 2015
The 20th EAA conference in Istanbul has been the largest ever, with more than
2,300 participants, 150 sessions, and over 2,000 papers and posters. To revise
the programme, please visit
SAA-EAA conference Archaeological Perspectives on Slavery and Colonialism will
be held in Curaçao, 5-7 November 2015.
To submit an abstract for
consideration by the Scientific Committee, please email the abstract, title, and
author name(s) and affiliation(s) to:
firstname.lastname@example.org by February 2, 2015.
Abstracts should not exceed 200 words. Please read more information here.
Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe Project is concluded with
publication of the Transnational report available
here. The National Reports are available by clicking on each country through
the map at the project home page
- an updated outline (March 2015) of relevant cultural heritage related
information from the European Union, including available funding sources - are
available through the members only section in
"member services - funding
nominations for the European Archaeological Heritage Prize 2015
is now open until 15 May 2015 - please
submit using this form.
Journal of Archaeology (EJA) is
seeking to appoint a Deputy Editor. The deadline for the receipt of applications
is Thursday 30th April 2015. Please read more
Letter to our Members
- The EAA Secretary and Treasurer provide recap of
recent EAA development in a letter to
EAA Election in 2015.
Position of the President, two Ordinary Members of
the Executive Board, and a Nomination Committee member are available for
election in 2015. Call for nominations by members is now open until 15 March.
For details go to members
Prof. Willem J.H. Willems
on 13 December 2014 after a short
illness. A founding member,
former Secretary and past President, he was an inspirational policy
advocate for archaeology and archaeological heritage management in
Europe. He was also an inspirational teacher, a most generous mentor, a
prodigious writer and a highly esteemed colleague. He will be sadly and
sorely missed by the EAA, by all its members and by the archaeological
profession worldwide. The EAA Executive Board extends its sincere
condolences and heartfelt sympathy to his wife and family and to his
If you wish to express your
condolences you can direct a message to:
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