Calendar for EAA members

  • 1 January - Beginning of the 2022 EAA membership
  • 31 January - Final list of sessions and session organisers for the 28th EAA Annual Meeting in Budapest, Hungary, available
  • 31 January - Call for volunteers opens
  • January / February - Call for nominations to the EAA election circulated to the Members
  • January / February - Call for nominations to the European Heritage Prize circulated to the Members
  • 10 February - Deadline for paper / poster submissions
  • 28 February - Call for volunteers closes
  • 10 March - Deadline for session organisers to evaluate papers / posters / other contributions
  • 10 March - Call for grant applications opens
  • 24 March - Announcement of contributions acceptance / rejection to presenters at the 28th EAA Annual Meeting in Budapest, Hungary
  • 28 March - Announcement of volunteers' acceptance / rejection
  • 31 March - Deadline for early bird membership fee payment
  • 4 April - Deadline for nominations of election candidates by members
  • 7 April - Early bird AM registration fee payment
  • 7 April - Call for grant applications ends
  • 15 April - Deadline for submissions to TEA spring issue
  • 15 - 18 April - EAA Secretariat closed for Easter
  • 19 April - Announcement of grant allocations
  • 21 April - Registration and membership payment deadline for presenters (first authors)
  • 21 April - Deadline for Annual Meeting registration cancellation without cancellation fee

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In Case You Missed It…

In TEA’s recent readership survey, many readers expressed an interest in TEA representing a wider sampling of current events and news across the discipline. Therefore, in continuing collaboration with the EAA’s social media team, we bring you this first beta version of TEA’s new section! ‘In Case You Missed it…’ contains a hand-picked selection of some of the more popular topics and links re-posted on the EAA’s Facebook page. In this way, we can continue to keep up with current news across subjects, specializations and national borders…

What is going on in the world of archaeology? See above map for the locations of the selected highlights described and linked below. This map was generated using ESRI ArgGIS Pro software and basemaps.

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