2015 – Sheffield
The 2015 Student Colloquium was organised by Emma Green, PhD student at University of Sheffield.
We are delighted to make you aware that: Negotiating the North: Meeting-places in the Middle Ages in the North Sea zone, by Sarah Semple, Alexandra Sanmark, Frode Iversen and Natascha Mehler (2021), The Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 41, London. This book is open access and freely available in full from the Routledge website: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9781003045663
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The ‘Society for Medieval Archaeology Newsletter’ will feature in this week’s episode of ‘Have I Got News For You’, which will be first broadcast on BBC1 at 21:00 BST on Thursday 7th May 2020 If you see the Newsletter on the show let us know your thoughts on @SocMedArch on Twitter or Society for Medieval Archaeology on
It is with deep regret that I have to announce the postponement, for the obvious reason, of this year’s conference ‘Cultures of Cloth’, that was to be held in Nottingham later this year. Due to the uncertain times in which we are living the Society will not therefore have a conference this year, but we
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We've a fantastic lineup of speakers for this Saturday's #SMA2021 Conference! Registration is free and the conference is virtual! https://medievalarchaeology.co.uk/events/conferences/
@SocMedArch Registered. Looking forward to this!
Virtual @SocMedArch half-day conference this Saturday. A good way to avoid that midday sun! https://twitter.com/SocMedArch/status/1417804686225285122
Dr Mary Brooks from @Arcdurham will be talking at this fascinating sounding FREE conference this weekend! https://twitter.com/SocMedArch/status/1417804686225285122