SMA Newsletter on TV!
Posted On: May 4th, 2020
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 Facebook!
CALL FOR PAPERS Medieval and Later Pottery Research Group Three-Day Conference, 7–9 October 2022 Grosvenor Museum, Chester The Late Show: Exploring Pottery of the Early Modern and Later Periods To celebrate our recent name change, this year’s Medieval & Later Pottery Research Group conference will focus on pottery of more recent periods. In the
Issue 66.1 of Medieval Archaeology has now been published online and the print copy will soon be arriving with members. Follow the link to Tayor and Francis to read the journal online: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ymed20/66/1?nav=tocList
Online event: ‘The Material Experiences of ‘Peasant’ Life in Medieval Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England (c. 1200–1600)’.
As one part of the upcoming Events for the Society for Medieval Archaeology, we are happy to invite you to virtually attend parts of a workshop on medieval households on June 16th and 17th. Supported by both the Medieval Settlement Research Group, and the Society for Medieval Archaeology as well as the National Monument Service and Transport
Details here: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CQC669/research-associate-archaeology
SMA On Twitter
Medieval and Later Pottery Research Group Three-Day Conference, 7–9 October 2022 Grosvenor Museum, Call for Papers closes soon! https://medievalarchaeology.co.uk/medieval-and-later-pottery-research-group-cfp/
Kicking off the conference marathon with the @SocMedArch conference this weekend. @ANZAMEMS next week and @IMC_Leeds following that with a sneaky trip to York right before Leeds… busy times! Looking forward to meeting people!
Hurrah! The @SocMedArch conference on 'Current Perspectives on Early #Medieval Migration, Mobility & Material Culture' is @OxfordConted this weekend, & tickets for online attendance cost just £15 👏 via https://medievalarchaeology.co.uk/events/conferences/ which also links to the 💫 programme💫 #archaeology2
The Society for Medieval Archaeology Conference begins today, with a focus on “Current Perspectives on Early Medieval Migration, Mobility and Material Culture”. Find out more about Medieval Archaeology and other journals from Routledge here: https://bddy.me/3HTf4Kj @SocMedArch