Category: AEA conference

Abstract Deadline Extended – 39th AEA Conference

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/.

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Grants to attend AEA Autumn conference

There are also a limited number of grants for members to attend the AEA conference in Plymouth, 7th-9th November. (Preference given to those with little or no access to other sources of funding. Please apply as soon as possible.  Application form

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Hold the dates : AEA Spring meeting and AEA/TRAC session

The end of March 2015 is going to be a busy time for the AEA. We can announce that the AEA Spring conference will take place in Nottingham on 28th March. And we will be sponsoring a session at the more »

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The Big Picture: Archaeology, Society and Environment Conference 2014

Following the successful spring conference our attentions now turn to the Autumn conference. This year Plymouth University are hosting the conference titled ‘The Big Picture: Archaeology, Society and Environment’. This conference will explore current work in environmental archaeology which seeks more »

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Spring Meeting: Molluscs in Archaeology

The AEA spring 1 day meeting is this year held in association with the Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, in the wonderful setting of the Natural History Museum, London. Updated details, paper abstracts and booking forms are available more »

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Spring 1 day Meeting

The AEA is happen to announce the Spring 1 day meeting will be held in association with The Conchological Society of Great Britain & Ireland, 26th April 2014. The conference will take place in the spectacular surroundings of the Natural more »

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AEA Autumn Conference

Environmental Archaeologies of Neolithisation  University of Reading (UK) 10-12, November 2012 The origins and spread of Neolithic life-ways represent a pivotal change in human ecology and society.Communities transformed their relationships with the world around them, shifting away from reliance upon more »

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