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SCAPECON2020

On 30 November 2019 abstracts (300 words maximum) are due for SCAPECON2020: NO(E)SCAPE? Relational archaeology in the Aegean Bronze Age: Breaking boundaries: negotiating change in the Aegean Bronze Age, to be held on 25-27 March 2020 in Groningen, The Netherlands. Further information is available at https://scapecon2020.sciencesconf.org/.

 

Archaeology of the Levant

On 15 December 2019 abstracts (250 words maximum) for posters and papers are due for a conference entitled State of the Field 2020: Archaeology of the Levant, to be held at the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island from 13-14 March 2020. Further information is available at https://blogs.brown.edu/archaeology/workshops/sotf2020/. Topics of discussion will include:
• Current directions, critical trends and lacunae in archaeological research
• Museum, archival studies, and other investigations that rely primarily on archaeological legacy data
• The effects of colonial rule, modern geopolitics, fluctuating national boundaries, war, and migration, among many other factors on the practice and interpretations of archaeological work in the region.

 

TAG 2020

On 15 January 2020 session proposals are due for TAG 2020: Potentials and Limits of Big Data, to be held on 1-3 May 2020 at Stanford University; on 15 March individual paper contributions to an accepted session or a general session are due. Further information is available at https://archaeology.stanford.edu/tag2020.

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