UK Archaeological Science and Association of Environmental Archaeology Spring Conference 2013
11 April 2013
Ends: 14 April 2013
Cardiff University (UK), 11th-14th April
The primary aim of this conference is to promote collaboration and dialogue between archaeological scientists. This group includes those active in environmental archaeological research and this conference will highlight this synergy by hosting a joint conference. To facilitate full involvement one day will focus on archaeological science in environmental archaeology and individual day rates will be available to allow a broad spectrum of participants to attend.
Registration is now open for UKAS2013. Please download and complete a booking form, available on the right hand side of this page, and return to:
or alternatively email completed forms to: UKAS2013@cardiff.ac.uk
Please return all forms by 15th March 2013 to avoid paying the additional late registration fee.
Please check our blog for further announcements and updates http://ukas2013.wordpress.com/
The organising committee invites oral and poster presentations from all areas of archaeological and environmental science but particularly around the themes of
- materials, technologies and skills
- landscape and climate
- lifeways and subsistence
- populations, relations and descent
- heritage science
- archaeological science in the commercial world
We encourage interdisciplinary contributions, as well as those that integrate archaeological science and cultural interpretations. This major international conference is organised by the Department of Archaeology and Conservation, Cardiff University and the Association of Environmental Archaeology.
The conference programme will start with a public archaeological science event and reception and then devote three days to presentations and discussions.
We will also be pleased to respond to informal enquiries (to be directed to the email address above).
Conference organisers: Penny Bickle, Dani Hofmann, Jane Henderson, Paul Nicholson, Rebecca Nicholson, Richard Madgwick, Yiota Manti, Steve Mills, Jacqui Mulville, Dave Watkinson, Tim Young.
c/o Archaeology and Conservation, Cardiff University, John Percival Building, CF10 2TN.
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