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Annual Conference 2020: Postponement

Posted On: March 20th, 2020

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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Annual Conference 2020: Call for Papers

Posted On: November 18th, 2019

“Cultures of Cloth” The Archaeology of Textiles in Medieval Northwest Europe Society for Medieval Archaeology Annual Conference University of Nottingham, 10-12 July 2020   Textiles were the single most important manufactured product in the medieval world. Moving from domestic household production to the commercialisation of the textile industry was a primary driver of the development

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Winter Symposium and AGM 2019: Registration Open

Posted On: November 11th, 2019

Society of Medieval Archaeology AGM and Winter Symposium The 2019 AGM will be held on Monday, December 2, 2019, 18:00 in the Sorby Room, Wager Building (attached to the Department of Archaeology), University of Reading, RG6 6AX. This is Building 5 on the campus map at https://www.reading.ac.uk/web/files/maps/whiteknights-campus-map.pdf The AGM will be followed by the Society

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Medieval Archaeology Volume 63/1 now out!

Posted On: August 1st, 2019

Medieval Archaeology **Volume 63/1 now out and available at Taylor and Francis Online** I’m delighted to announce that issue 63/1 of Medieval Archaeology has now been published online, and the print copy is arriving with members now. The content in this new issue is wide-ranging both in chronology and in location, demonstrating the impressive breadth of the journal’s

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Registration open for SMA Annual Conference 2019

Posted On: April 16th, 2019

Society for Medieval Archaeology 2019 Annual Conference  “The Long Black Death”: New Perspectives  King’s Manor, University of York (UK), 5-6 July 2019  A recent upsurge in scholarly interest in the Black Death has been driven in major part by methodological advances and new discoveries across a range of disciplines: archaeology is central to this as analysis

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Annual Conference 2019: Preliminary Programme online

Posted On: March 2nd, 2019

Society for Medieval Archaeology 2019 Annual Conference  “The Long Black Death”: New Perspectives  King’s Manor, University of York (UK), 5-6 July 2019  A recent upsurge in scholarly interest in the Black Death has been driven in major part by methodological advances and new discoveries across a range of disciplines: archaeology is central to this as analysis

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