Edinburgh to host student archaeology conference
The University of Edinburgh is set to host the 3rd Annual Student Archaeology Conference in June 2015. (Published 3 December 2014)
The Annual Student Archaeology Conference is an international event that attracts speakers from across Europe and beyond.
The theme at the forthcoming conference will be ‘Developing Integrated Archaeology'.
The Annual Student Archaeology Conference is a major event that offers an unprecedented opportunity for undergraduate and postgraduate students of archaeology to present their research in progress to an audience of peers.
Edinburgh as host
The University of Edinburgh was selected in open competition to host the event next year. It will be organised by a postgraduate student committee within Archaeology comprising Marta Lorenzon, Cindy Nelson-Viljoen, Rachel Faulkner Jones, Ulle Aguraiuja and staff liaison Lisa-Marie Shillito.
Call for papers
The call for papers is now open. Abstract submissions are welcomed until 5 March 2015.
Visit the ASA website for further details and how to submit your abstract.
If any other students are interested in being involved please get in touch with staff liaison Lisa-Marie Shillito.
More details, call for papers and registration details can be found on the conference website.