Graduate Student Conference at UCLA Cotsen Institute

On 1 November 2019 abstracts (250 words maximum) are due for the Eight Graduate Student Conference at the UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology on the theme “Experiencing Destruction and Regeneration in Archaeology,” to be held on 7-8 February 2020. Further information is available at Abstracts may be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


EAA AM 2020

On 7 November 2019 proposals for sessions are due for the 26th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA AM 2020): Networking! to be held in Budapest from 26-30 August 2020. From 18 December 2019 until 13 February 2020 paper and poster abstract submission will be open; on 22 April 2020 registration and payment is due from presenters (first authors). Further information and forms are available at The meeting will consist of sessions, round tables, and poster presentations focusing on the following main themes:
Networks, networking, and communication: the archaeology of interactions
From Limes to regions: archaeology of borders, connections, and roads
Sustainable archaeology and heritage management in an unsustainable world
Waterscapes: archaeology and heritage of fresh waters
Theories and methods in archaeology: interactions between disciplines
Embedded in European archaeology: the Carpathian Basin
25 years after: The changing world and EAA’s impact since the 1995 EAA Annual Meeting in Santiago


Tennessee Undergraduate Classics Research Conference

On 18 November 2019 abstracts (250 words maximum) are due for the Ninth Annual Tennessee Undergraduate Classics Research Conference, to be held on 22 February 2020 at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Further information and the forms for submission are available at


BANEA 2020

On 1 December 2019 abstracts (200 words maximum) for presentations and posters are due for the 2020 Annual Conference of the British Association for Near Eastern Archaeology (BANEA 2020), to be held on 9-11 January 2020 at the University of Oxford, with the main theme of “Critical Debates in the Archaeology of the Middle East.” Further information is available at

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