Special Issue of mediecal Archaeology
Posted On: October 12th, 2017
The Society for Medieval Archaeology is delighted to announce that this year we will publish a special, online issue of Medieval Archaeology.
The special issue will be an online issue only in celebration of the 60th anniversary year. The Editor, President and Secretary are selecting a number of papers which sparked new debate or seminal discoveries from the past 60 years of content.
It will be released as a special issue with a short editorial, available online from November 2017.
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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As well as the opportunity to showcase your work with other enthusiasts, #SMA2021 will take us to some of Hull’s medieval sites. This will include the Old Town, @Hull_Museums and @HullMinster for a special tour to learn about the recent excavations. #medievalarchaeology
We’re at the halfway point! If you have an interest in medieval studies and want to share your work with like minded students and early career academics, there is still plenty of time to get involved. Some exciting news to follow next week! #SMA2021 #medievalarchaeology
Don’t forget our call for papers for the Annual Student Colloquium 2021 #SMA2021 is open until 1st October.
If you are a student or early career academic undertaking medieval research, we would love to see what work you have been doing this year! #medievalarchaeology
Our call for papers is now open for the Annual Student Colloquium 2021. #SMA2021 Hosted at the University of Hull, students and early career academics are invited to share their work and enjoy some of the archaeology in the city. Further details to follow! #medievalarchaeology