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All members of the society are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting, which will be held online on Monday, December 4, 2023, from 12:00-12:30. The meeting will be immediately followed by the Winter Symposium, where three talks will be given about recent research in medieval archaeology and changes to the Treasure Act. Online link:
Society for Medieval Archaeology Student Colloquium Durham University 24-26th November 2023 Call for Papers The Society, in association with the Department of Archaeology, Durham University, is delighted to announce the call for papers for its annual Student Colloquium. The colloquium will will include visits to medieval sites in Durham and to recently excavated sites
Society for Medieval Archaeology Winter Symposium 2023 will take place on Monday 4th December 2023, online using Zoom at 12:30, immediately following the AGM. The Symposium will comprise three talks as listed below. Online meeting link: https://bit.ly/3EyS8PT Passcode: 504377 12:30 After the Plague: Health and History in Medieval Cambridge Craig Cessford, Cambridge Archaeological Unit Between 2016
Just one month to go – book now! Rubbish, Recycling & Curation: the reuse and disposal of ceramics MLPRG One-Day Conference, 1st July 2023 The Studio, 7 Cannon St, Birmingham, B2 5EP AND online! Join us at our hybrid conference, in person or online, as we discuss aspects of pottery reuse, recycling and curation, from the
CALL FOR PAPERS: SAA New Orleans 2024 We write to invite you to consider participating in a session we are organizing for the Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, held April 17–21, 2024 in New Orleans, LA. We are looking for papers that capture the state of archaeological research on the Middle Ages,
Memorial Service at Durham Cathedral on the 14th of July to commemorate the life, work and achievements of Professor Dame Rosemary Cramp.
Dear friends and colleagues, We invite you to a Memorial Service at Durham Cathedral on the 14th of July to commemorate the life, work and achievements of Professor Dame Rosemary Cramp. Rosemary dedicated her career at Durham University to creating an exceptional Department of Archaeology as well as giving great service to the University and