Student poster prize (Update – 25 February 2016)
The student poster prize, sponsored by the Association for Environmental Archaeology, was won by Susan Lyons for her poster Wood Use and Resource from Medieval Corn Drying Kilns in Ireland (400-1400 AD). Congratulations Susan!
Susan’s poster is attached here. SL Kiln Charcoal Poster 2016
Archive: Poster CFP
Looking back, moving forward: 70 years of Environmental Archaeology in Ireland will be a day of lectures, poster displays and interactive discussions that will seek to set out a vision for environmental archaeology in 21st century Ireland.
EAI is now seeking abstracts for its open call for posters that will be displayed on the day of the conference.
The poster session is designed for students and professionals to present their research or ideas on any aspect of environmental archaeology to a larger audience. If you would like to present a poster at the conference, please submit your details including a title and short abstract to Ellen OCarroll (eocarro [at] tcd [dot] ie) by Friday the 29th January 2016.
UPDATE: The deadline has been extended to 8th February 2016.
There will be a prize for the best student poster. This prize has been generously sponsored by the Association for Environmental Archaeology (AEA).
Poster Style Guidelines
- Posters should be produced in portrait format
- Posters must be no larger than A1 size (841 x 594mm)
Contributors are responsible for printing and providing their own posters for display but display boards, velcro adhesive pads or similar fixing materials will be provided.