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Dig! Conference Panel Discussion

Last Friday marked the final day of Dig: the value of archaeology for society and the economy. This conference, a collaboration between several organisations (see below for a full list), addressed topics concerning economic impacts of archaeology and its sustainability. Dig is also a key part of the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 programme of Read more about Dig! Conference Panel Discussion[…]

Conference Reminder! Dig: the value of archaeology for society and the economy

Conference reminder!   From 5 – 8 November, Dig: the value of archaeology for society and the economy will be held in Kilkenny, followed by a day in Dublin on the 9th. Click here for tickets – there are concession rates! As part of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage (#EuropeForCulture), this is a collaborative event put on by The Heritage Read more about Conference Reminder! Dig: the value of archaeology for society and the economy[…]

Save the Date – Conference Reminder!

This is a save the date reminder! The next AYIA conference will be held at NUI Galway, 20th – 22nd April 2018. See the conference page for more information, or e-mail us at ayiaconference@gmail.com. Don’t forget to check out the Eventbrite page or the Facebook event page! If you need help finding places to stay, Read more about Save the Date – Conference Reminder![…]

ONE WEEK REMINDER! AYIA Call for Papers and Posters

This is the one-week reminder for you to submit an abstract for the 2018 AYIA Annual Conference! Deadline 30 March 2018. The 2018 AYIA Annual Conference will be taking place in NUI Galway, 20 – 22 April. For the conference announcement click here or download it here. Submit to: ayiaconference@gmail.com -200-word abstracts focusing on any archaeology-related Read more about ONE WEEK REMINDER! AYIA Call for Papers and Posters[…]

REMINDER! Call for Papers and Posters!

The 2018 AYIA Annual Conference will be taking place in NUI Galway, 20 – 22 April. For the conference announcement click here or download it here. The call for papers and posters deadline is 30 March 2018, so this is the three-week warning! Submit to: ayiaconference@gmail.com -200-word abstracts focusing on any archaeology-related topic. We want to be Read more about REMINDER! Call for Papers and Posters![…]

Download 2011 AYIA Conference Proceedings

Did you know you can download the 2011 AYIA Conference Proceedings? Click here for the pdf. For this year, it was published with Trowel Vol XIII – 2012.          For information on the current and most recent conferences, click here. To see a list of past conferences and their associated websites, click Read more about Download 2011 AYIA Conference Proceedings[…]

Interested in Achill Archaeology? Want to do a Field School?

   In 1850, a storm exposed the remains of a Neolithic Village at Skara Brae in Orkney, Scotland. Archaeological investigation found that the village was abandoned in the Neolithic period, 4,500 years ago in the aftermath of a huge sandstorm that overwhelmed the village. Presumably a sandstorm was also responsible for the abandonment of the village Read more about Interested in Achill Archaeology? Want to do a Field School?[…]

2018 Conference Call for Papers and Posters

 We have now opened up the call for the AYIA 2018 Annual Conference. We are now accepting abstracts for the next AYIA conference! Abstracts must be no more than 200 words and must focus on an archaeological topic. Submissions must include contact details, a short biography (<50 words), and a 200 character post for Twitter. Read more about 2018 Conference Call for Papers and Posters[…]