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There’s a number of conferences coming up, and I thought you might be interested, so here they come: African Experimental Archaeology Conference, March 20-22, Johannesburg. More info and registration here. The 12th North American Textile Conservation Conference will take place … Continue reading

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I’m back at the work desk, trying to battle my way through stacks of paper that needs to be taken care of, as well as stacks of email that has to be dealt with. It’s amazing how many mails can … Continue reading

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My bags are packed and I am off again once more – the celebratory conference of IG Wolf is taking place this weekend, starting this evening, and it’s promising to be a really interesting programme. The conference includes a concert … Continue reading

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There’s two events coming up where I will give a presentation or paper: the European Textile Forum in November and, shortly after that, the Symposium to celebrate 30 years of Living History by IG Wolf, and I’m really excited about … Continue reading

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Speaking of things from NESAT, and continuing the blog from yesterday – Beatrix Nutz, Rachel Case and Marion McNealy, who did a presentation about the Lengberg finds at NESAT, have also put their presentation online for you to watch (in … Continue reading

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The NESAT is still lingering on for me, not only because I got new ideas and new contacts that I have not yet followed up on completely – it also is still lingering as I need to finish my paper … Continue reading

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Here’s a stack of things you might enjoy… first of all, the children’s quiz show that I was filmed for in January is online for four more days, and you can watch the episode here. (It’s the second question in.) … Continue reading

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