Call for papers is open until 10 February. Please check Scientific Programme for more information.
Watch recording of the webinar with Háttér Society on LGBTQIA+ matters in Hungary on our YouTube channel here.
The Annual Meeting (conference) registration is now open.
All delegates have to be current (2022) EAA members and pay the Annual Meeting registration fee. Please check the registration policy tab for more information.
Submitted session proposals are now evaluated by the Scientific Committee and the results will be available from 3 December here.
Session organisers and main authors can download their certificate(s) in the submission software. In case you need certificate as co-author / attendee, please email us at email@example.com. Those requests will be answered after 27 September - thank you for your patience.
You may download the Programme Book and the Abstract Book of 2021 Annual Meeting (6-11 September) here. To attend the meeting, you need to be current (2021) EAA member and register for the Meeting.
The preliminary version of the EAA 2021 scientific programme is available here.
Call for oral and poster contributions for the virtual EAA 2021 AM is closed, we do not accept any late submissions. Thanks to authors of more than 2700 submitted contributions!
The Kiel Annual Meeting will be virtual, not hybrid as originally hoped. Please find more information here.
Call for sessions is closed - we have received 249 session proposals which are now evaluated by the ScC. Call for papers opens on 16 December 2020. Check EAA 2021 website for more info.
Registration for the Kiel Annual Meeting is open. All delegates have to be current (2021) EAA members and pay for AM registration. Please check the registration policy tab for more information.
Please note that EAA Secretariat is closed from 23 December to 2 January.
on Archaeology and Climate Change has been approved by members. Please read the full statement here not only in English but also Spanish and Italian.
Salt. White Gold in Early Europe by Anthony Harding has been published and is available for free online until 4 August here.
Current and Incoming Presidents of the EAA express their worries about the news that the University of Sheffiled is deeming the closure of its Department of Archaeology. Read more here.
With great sadness we share the news of the death of Evžen Neustupný.