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[…]
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Who else hates Mondays? They’re typically the bane of our existence, where we schlep ourselves into work. If you’re an archaeologist, that means, come rain or shine (usually rain here in Ireland), getting soaked while at the office. So why not start the week off with a laugh? We’re hoping to start a new tradition Read more about Funny Mondays[…]
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