Category Archives: CfPs

As every year, sometime in the spring, planning starts for that certain week-long event in November that makes me exhausted, happy, incredibly tired, stressed out and full of old-textile-y bliss all at the same time. Oh, and full of coffee … Continue reading

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Here you go, actual archaeology-related content: The next Experimental Archaeology Conference (the tenth!) will take place in Leiden, Netherlands, Thursday, 20 April, 2017 to Saturday, 22 April, 2017. The Call for Papers is currently up, so if you’d like to … Continue reading

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The 10th Experimental Archaeology Conference will be held in Leiden, Netherlands, on April 20-22 2017. The Call for Papers is still open until September 1, so if you’d like to offer a presentation, you should do so soon. The Virtual … Continue reading

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We’ve been planning the next European Textile Forum for a while – in fact, starting to look for a good date usually takes place very shortly after a Forum has finished, and we have all recovered a little bit. Then … Continue reading

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There are two Calls for Papers open currently that have come to my attention (which usually happens through an email in my inbox). The first one is for Assemblage, Sheffield’s peer-reviewed graduate journal of archaeology. Assemblage is currently seeking submissions … Continue reading

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Somehow I have accumulated a whole stack of things that wait to be shared, and since the holidays are very close now, I’d better start sharing them right away… First of all, there are two calls for papers, both for … Continue reading

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First and foremost – our first Beast Blogtour piece is out! It is posted on the new blog at the Amberley Publishing website, where Gillian and I talk about how we got involved with studying the Middle Ages. Then there’s … Continue reading

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