CALL FOR PAPERS Dear All, As you are aware, we had to postpone the 41st Association for Environmental Archaeology fall meeting to be held in Groningen, The Netherlands, to 2021. We have however been able to come up with a 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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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 »
Booking is now open for this year’s AEA Spring Conference at the University of Birmingham, 21st-22nd April 2018. For more about the conference and to book head over to the Events section.
Another review of the recent AEA conference ‘Grand Challenges in Environmental Archaeology’ hosted by Edinburgh is here! Keep reading to see what PhD candidate Youri van den Hurk thought of it all! My name is Youri van den Hurk and I more »
This year’s winners of the John Evans Prize were announced at our annual conference in Rome on 30th September. The winner of the post-graduate prize was Samantha Louise Presslee, from the University of York, for her dissertation ‘Using ancient proteomics more »