The EAI conference is underway! Follow live tweets from the event under #EAI2016 on Twitter.
The deadline for sending in poster abstracts has been extended. You now have until 8th February 2016 to send in poster abstracts to Ellen O’Carroll (style guidelines and contact details here). The posters will be displayed during the day of the conference and there is a prize, sponsored by the Association for Environmental Archaeology, for the best student poster.
We are seeking abstracts for our open call for posters to be displayed on the day of the conference (19th February 2016).
The closing date for submission of abstracts is Friday the 29th January 2016.
Details about formats and submission are available here.
There will be a prize for the best student poster. We are grateful to the Association for Environmental Archaeology for sponsoring this competition.
The full programme for the EAI conference is still being finalised, but here’s a short preview of what to expect.
There will be talks about how the techniques of environmental archaeology have contributed to our understanding and knowledge of the following topics: climate change in the past, Irish bog bodies, urban settlement in Ireland, agriculture, and the archaeology of Irish woodlands and wetlands.
We’re also delighted to announce that Gill Campbell (Head of Environmental Studies at Historic England) and Chris Caseldine (Professor of Quaternary Environmental Change at the University of Exeter) have agreed to participate on the day, bringing their extensive experience from working in environmental archaeology in the UK.
Full details will be announced soon. In the meantime, you can register to attend the conference here.