Annual Conference 2022 Draft Programme
Posted On: April 20th, 2022
Conference Saturday and Sunday the 25th and 26th of June 2022
Hosted at Rewely House, Oxford University by the Oxford University Department for Continuing Education, by Professor Duncan Sayer and Dr Toby Martin.
Conference Saturday and Sunday the 25th and 26th of June 2022 Hosted at Rewely House, Oxford University by the Oxford University Department for Continuing Education, by Professor Duncan Sayer and Dr Toby Martin. Full Draft Programme here
Join us for a tour of the dig at Auckland Castle to see in person the newest discoveries at one of the best-preserved bishops’ palaces in Europe. Tue, 5 April 2022, 16:30 – 17:30, Auckland Castle: See full details and registration here. This event is for members of the Society. To join click here.
An important historical and ecclesiastical centre, Canterbury has a rich, yet relatively unexplored, cartographic heritage. Join our Study Day to discover more… CANTERBURY MAPS AND MAPMAKING: IMAGINING AND RE-IMAGINING THE CITY See full details here.
Our thoughts are with the people of Ukraine, and those who are bravely protesting against this War. We condemn in the strongest possible terms the unprovoked aggression of the Russian and Belarussian governments. The loss of life, and loss of cultural heritage, is completely unacceptable and we call on all foreign forces to cease-fire and
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The SMA annual conference is just over a month away! Day tickets now available in addition to full weekend and online options. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/society-for-medieval-archaeology-2022-annual-conference-tickets-274161613767
See the draft programme for our Annual Conference @OxfordConted this summer! https://medievalarchaeology.co.uk/events/conferences/
Join us for the first of this year's exclusive events for SMA members! Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the excavation at Auckland Castle this April!
Working with communities #CitizenScience we gathered multidisciplinary data in a deep map to explore the relationships between archaeology and climate. One research area had to be West Cork, of course! /2 #deepmap #interdisciplinary