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21st EAA Annual Meeting will be held in Glasgow, Scotland, UK, 2-5 September 2015.

 

Registration for EAA Glasgow 2015 is now open at  http://eaaglasgow2015.com/programme/

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Details about exhibition and sponsorship opportunities at the 21st EAA conference in Glasgow are available at http://eaaglasgow2015.com/sponsorship/

The 20th EAA conference in Istanbul has been the largest ever, with more than 2,300 participants, 150 sessions, and over 2,000 papers and posters. To revise the programme, please visit https://www.eaa2014istanbul.org/sayfa/161

Joint SAA-EAA conference Archaeological Perspectives on Slavery and Colonialism will be held in Curaçao, 5-7 November 2015.

The Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe Project is concluded with publication of the Transnational report available here. The National Reports are available by clicking on each country through the map at the project home page www.discovering-archaeologists.eu

 

EAA News

 

The EAA condemns devastation of the Cultural Heritage of the Middle East.

EU Briefings - an updated outline (March 2015) of relevant cultural heritage related information from the European Union, including available funding sources - are available through the members only section in "member services - funding opportunities".

Call for nominations for the European Archaeological Heritage Prize 2015 is now open until 15 June 2015 - please submit using this form.

Letter to our Members - The EAA Secretary and Treasurer provide recap of recent EAA development in a letter to members.

Final EAA membership figures for 2014 are now available through the members only section.

Prof. Willem J.H. Willems passed away on 13 December 2014 after a short illness. A founding member, former Secretary and past President, he was an inspirational policy leader
and advocate for archaeology and archaeological heritage management in Europe. He was also an inspirational teacher, a most generous mentor, a prodigious writer and a highly esteemed colleague. He will be sadly and sorely missed by the EAA, by all its members and by the archaeological profession worldwide. The EAA Executive Board extends its sincere condolences and heartfelt sympathy to his wife and family and to his closest colleagues. If you wish to express  your condolences you can direct a message to: inmemoriamwjhwillems@gmail.com

 

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