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MERC Sessions at EAA 2018

Posted On: February 1st, 2018

The Society for Medieval Archaeology is delighted to see over 30 MERC -affiliated sessions submitted for the 24th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, which will be held in Barcelona, 5-8th September 2018.  The complete list of sessions affiliated to MERC, therefore focusing on medieval archaeology, are listed below. The call for paper and poster

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SMA Annual Conference 2018

Posted On: February 1st, 2018

Society for Medieval Archaeology 2018 Annual Conference Grave Concerns: Death, Landscape and Locality in Medieval Society ***Registration closes 11th June*** Dates: Friday 13th – Sunday 15th July 2018 Venue: Department of Archaeology and the Calman Centre, Durham University Registration: £30 special rate for members! #graveconcerns Since 1990, a series of major conferences and publications have investigated aspects of death and

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Student Representative: Position Open for 2018

Posted On: January 29th, 2018

Each year the Society for Medieval Archaeology invites a student member to take on the role of Student Representative. Student Reps provide a voice for our growing student membership on SMA Council and also help organise our annual SMA Student Colloquium and career workshops. Other roles include the maintenance of our Facebook page and representing the society at

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The Mick Aston Photographic Competition 2018

Posted On: January 29th, 2018

The Mick Aston Photographic Competition Deadline extended: Photos must be received by 30th September 2018 The late Mick Aston was a skilled photographer and a talented draughtsman. Mick’s camera was never from his side and he took every opportunity to record archaeological sites whenever the opportunity arose. Over a career spanning more than 40 years, he

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CFP EAA (MERC) 2018: Session 92

Posted On: January 9th, 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS EAA 2018 Barcelona (MERC) Session 92 Interpreting and Understanding the Past through Medieval Small Finds Archaeological small finds of the High to Late Middle Ages (c.1100-1550) are amongst the most common artefact types found by archaeologists and others, but not always the focus of rigorous academic study or research. It is not

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Special Anniversary Collection 2017

Posted On: December 3rd, 2017

Special Anniversary Collection 20 articles released for free to celebrate 60 years of the Society for Medieval Archaeology and its journal! The Society for Medieval Archaeology is delighted to announce a special virtual issue of Medieval Archaeology. This is a digital collection of papers released for free in celebration of the 60th anniversary year. It

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