Open Science Practices in Environmental Archaeology – Call for Papers now open The AEA Spring Conference 2020 will be taking place at the University of Oxford on Saturday 28th March, 2020. All aspects of Environmental Archaeology have a shared reliance on more »
We have had an amazing range of presentations submitted to the 40th AEA Conference. Just in case a few of you have just missed the deadline, however, we have decided to make a short extension for abstract submissions. You now more »
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#ScientistsandSamples We asked for your stunning photos of scientists and samples and you delivered! It could have been something as simple as sampling in action, processing and sorting a sample or analysing a sample; or it could be a more more »
The abstract deadline for the 39th Conference of the Association for Environmental Archaeology has been extended to 26th September 2018. Find out about the conference, register and submit your abstract at http://conferences.au.dk/aea2018/.
Have you got a stunning photo of a scientist and a sample? It could be something as simple as sampling in action, processing and sorting a sample or analysing a sample; or it could be a more imaginative take on more »
As part of Science Week 2018, the Association for Environmental Archaeology asked what is the best Biomarker of the Anthropocene? The winner of the popular vote was wheat, followed closely by the broiler chicken. Dung fungi came third and dung beetles in more »
The outline programme for the upcoming AAE spring conference Pests of Society, to be held at the University of Birmingham on 21st April 2018, has just been released. You can find out more about the conference on our events pages more »
As part of Science Week 2018, the Association for Environmental Archaeology is asking you to choose your favourite Biomarker of the Anthropocene. In two-minute mini-podcasts, leading environmental archaeologists present the case for their favourite Anthropocene biomarker. See if you agree with more »