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Student blog: Interview Geoff Hill

Interview questions Geoff Hill: Some archaeologists are after Cleopatra, others are more into Coleoptera! This blog entry will host Geoff Hill, a PhD student at Queen’s University Belfast, who has kindly shared some insights from his young career as an more »

2015 AEA conference fund

We are delighted to announce the availability of the AEA Conference Fund to members of the AEA (of at least six months standing) to assist attendance at the York conference (6-8 November 2015). Priority will be given to those with more »

John Evans prize 2015

John Evans (1941-2005) was an inspirational environmental archaeologist, responsible for advancing the discipline and fostering many of today’s top researchers in the field.  To honour the memory of John and his achievements within environmental archaeology, the Association for Environmental Archaeology more »

Reminder Annual Conference, 2015 call for papers

The 36th Annual Association for Environmental Archaeology Conference, 2015 will take place in York, UK. This special conference will be a celebration of the career and research of Terry O’Connor. Terry who retired earlier in 2015, has been an influential figure in more »

AEA session at TRAC 2015

The AEA are supporting a session taking place on the Sunday of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference this year (Sunday 29th March), on “Integrating Environmental and Theoretical Roman Archaeology”. TRAC 2015 is taking place at the University of Leicester, and more »

Archaeological Reference Resources Project

The AEA has been invited to collaborate with the Archaeological Reference Resources Project. The aim of the project is to enable English Heritage and the wider archaeological community to gain a better understanding of what Reference Resources are being used in the more »

AEA student blog – Interview with Julia Best

AEA student blog. Interview with Julia Best: As part of this blog’s mission to provide young researchers with a glimpse into current research and career development in the field of Environmental Archaeology, we would like to introduce you to Julia more »

Environmental Archaeology of European Cities call for papers

We are pleased to announce that the Association is one of the supporters of the up coming conference on the Environmental Archaeology of European Cities. Which will be held at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels, May 27-29th, more »

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

Welcome to the AEA student blog

Welcome to the AEA student blog! The Association for Environmental Archaeology encourages interaction between researchers in the field, and this includes young researchers who are interested in learning more about opportunities for development and networking. This blog will give you more »